Aerospace & Defense
Innovation and collaborative, synchronized program management for new programs
Bring your document development and management processes into your PLM environment, keeping technical publications up-to-date with product changes and directly using engineering source data. A structured interface with advanced authoring and publishing tools greatly reduces the effort to generate accurate, effective documents that can be tailored by market, language or product. Use this solution to gain the competitive advantage you need to succeed in the highly complex global Electronics and Semiconductor market.
Explore the key areas of the solution.
Drive collaboration among technical content authors who can access globally distributed engineering data. Accelerate technical document publishing processes and keep up with the fast-paced electronics and semiconductor market.
Manage technical documents from a common bill-of-materials structure. Link document content to source engineering data, allowing document change impact analysis based on engineering changes and easy updating process.
Work in Microsoft Office to author documents such as technical specifications, process descriptions and change orders, use templates and place them directly into workflow or review.
Author and illustrate documents such as product manuals, mechanical and electrical repair guides, and assembly instructions using up-to-date engineering source data.
Manage key text and illustration components so you can create them once and then reuse to create multiple document types. Link components to product source data. Publish automatically to different formats and media.
Create and publish mechanical parts and electronic components catalogs in printed, web or electronic media by reusing engineering or PLM information such as bill-of-materials, CAD, ECAD, EDA, and JT.
In the Electronics and Semiconductor market, global product platforms are becoming increasingly complex due to personalization, regulatory requirements and seamless integration between hardware and software. Documentation supporting these requirements must fit the individual market for language and for the specific configuration of the delivered product. Companies need to produce a variety of documents that incorporate information contained in the PLM system, from multiple domains such as mechanical, electrical and software design, to configuration-specific documents such as work instructions, to highly complex standards. Being able to start earlier in the product development process and having immediate access to complex and rapidly changing product source data generates documentation that is current with product design and ready when products ship.
Siemens PLM Software offers integrated document management and technical publishing solutions that combine the power of the world’s leading global Digital Innovation Platform with sophisticated and easy-to-use authoring tools all in one system.