How to Avoid Costly Program Delays that Compromise Your Airframe Development Goals (co-presented with Northrop Grumman)
As an airframe developer or component supplier, you're constantly challenged with meeting goals that seem to contradict each other. You can make a great product, but exceed the budget. You can come in on budget, but fail to deliver on time. Or you can satisfy the schedule, but create a product that doesn't meet all the specifications.
How do you avoid compromising your goals?
To deliver better airframes to market faster and on budget, you need to spend less time defining and looking for critical airframe assembly data, and more time using it.
This webcast features an in-depth discussion of strategies for capturing key design information and sharing it with your organization and entire supply chain-making it possible to accomplish all of your goals.
You will discover:
- Why CAD alone is not enough for efficient airframe development.
- The value of capturing, communicating, consuming and reusing complete digital definitions of airframes.
- The importance of efficiently managing assembly planning fasteners, joints, parts lists, and inspection planning.
- Why enabling engineers to work how they think drastically improves productivity, efficiency and accuracy.
- How to better balance your goals for delivering products that meet specifications, within budget and on time.
Who should attend:
- Manufacturing Engineers
- Design Engineers
- Aircraft OEMs and Suppliers
- Engineering Managers
- Quality Engineers
Integrated Product Development
Team Lead - Toolset Solutions
As Integrated Product Development Team Lead at Northrop Grumman, Mr. Wynne oversees the implementation of 3D model-based definition systems for Northrop Grumman's design, manufacturing and support teams. He has amassed over 35 years of experience in the aerospace industry. Prior to his current role, Mr. Wynne served as a program manufacturing manager at Grumman's Product Development Center, directing the operations of ongoing aircraft manufacturing effors, and as a producibility engineer working on several major aircraft programs.
Director of Product and Market Strategy
Mr. O'Connor has served in many roles at Vistagy ranging from application support and technical sales management to business development. Prior to joining Vistagy, Mr. O'Connor was a senior design engineer at Lockheed Martin where he led a variety of product design teams.
*Please note: Vistagy, Inc. was acquired by Siemens PLM Software in December 2011 and is now the Specialized Engineering Software Business Segment of Siemens PLM Software.