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2008-2012 DM 449929 01-2009 Copyright © Tekes Digital Product Process
Programme duration: 2008-2012 Programme volume: 100 million euros, of which approx. 40 million euros from Tekes Further information: www.tekes.fi/dtpwww.tekes.fi/dtp For better productivity: product management from concept to recycling. For better productivity: product management from concept to recycling. DM 449929 01-2009 Copyright © Tekes
Digital Product Process Success requires networking, combining know-how, and a solid flow of information in the product process The product process must meet the needs of the customer produce good quality manage the information in the network Challenges of the digital product process DM 449929 01-2009 Copyright © Tekes
Digital Product Process Short time-to-market Capacity and supply chain management Information distribution and change management Compliance with customer requirement Product and process quality and accuracy Productivity and economic efficiency Digitalising product information strengthens operations Services Manufacturing and development Market launch Product definition DM 449918 01-2009 Copyright © Tekes
Digital Product Process To intensify cooperation across organizational boundaries To strengthen research concerning product processes To promote the readiness of industry to exploit research information from leading experts around the world To encourage Finnish companies to use advanced ICT applications for improving competitiveness To ensure growth possibilities for product development and design companies on international markets Objectives of the programme DM 449929 01-2009 Copyright © Tekes Programme mission Advanced ICT utilization in product process ensures information usability throughout the product life cycle.
Digital Product Process The programme is aimed both at enterprises and research units Target groups includes enterprises that supply the customer with a physical product, system or a related service that is developed, planned and supplied as a cooperation of several organisations Target sectors Metal and mechanical engineering industry Construction and construction product industry Machinery and equipment for the energy and environment sector Communications and electronics Wood product industry Bio, pharmaceutical, and food industry Engineering companies Target groups DM 449929 01-2009 Copyright © Tekes
Digital Product Process Main targets of development projects DM 449929 01-2009 Copyright © Tekes Digital product process To intensify cooperation across organisational boundaries Processes and management How to manage information and know- how throughout the life cycle of the product? New tools and standardisation Which systems, tools, and standards need to be developed? Implementation and know-how How can we succeed in implementing new solutions?
Digital Product Process R-taso plans and manufactures staircase and working platform elements The company has developed planning automation as a part of a network supply chain The customer integrates the R-taso product planning module to the overall plan already at the beginning, product planning is a flexible part of the whole Communication with the user in real time during the planning stage Notable benefits are expected contributing to the development and standardisation in the field better competitive position minimising the duration of planning shorter processes Planning as a part of the supply chain Example project 1: R-taso Oy DM 449929 01-2009 Copyright © Tekes
Digital Product Process Simulation of a building project It was important that the different parties participated in the simulation process. This made it necessary to accurately define the assembly orders, site use, crane locations and other necessary initial data. Example project 2: YIT Oy DM 449929 01-2009 Copyright © Tekes Delfoi Oy simulated the building project of the YIT head office The overall schedule of the project was checked through simulation: it was detected that the project would be late The simulation also helped to notice that the crane was located in the wrong place Crane shifts and another assembly team were added according to the simulated utilisation rates Risks can be eliminated with better and earlier planning
Digital Product Process Fläkt Woods Finland is a specialist company in ventilation and air handling Information and life cycle management supporting digital modelling carried out in cooperation with Autodesk Shorter product development time Better quality of product development: information transferred more efficiently from planning to production, parts more compatible Shorter time-to-market Easier customer-specific tailoring Example project 3: Fläkt Woods Finland DM 449929 01-2009 Copyright © Tekes Information and life cycle management
Digital Product Process Hakaniemen Metalli Oy manufactures innovative sheet metal structures with laser technique The company has developed parametric product and system models used in automation of paper and pulp industry component planning and conveyor system configuration Product modelling together with the product development organisation of the customer from the variations of the product family System models can meet the customers needs for change already during the sales phase and the customer can approve of the changes quickly before production Improved accuracy of delivery, overall productivity and customer satisfaction Through renewed product management and know-how, the company has become a system supplier More competitiveness from parametric modelling Example project 4: Hakaniemen Metalli Oy DM 449929 01-2009 Copyright © Tekes
Digital Product Process The product development of wheeled vehicles was speeded up by 20-25% Patria Land & Armament develops and manufactures customer oriented military and special vehicles and related services to international markets Business initiatives: product development & planning unification and reuse of data Business challenges Very short delivery times for vehicles Long waiting time for parts and components Compliance with international official requirements Project success factors Planning system for large assemblies Management and global distribution of planning data User test adapted to the roles of the system users Support from technology partner (Ideal Product Data Oy) Results Added reuse of planning data Less mistakes and better quality Tighter integration with subcontractors Product development process speeded up by 20-25% Example project 5: Patria Land & Armament DM 449918 01-2009 Copyright © Tekes
Digital Product Process International activities Information and expert services for companies Use of the services of international experts Networking with international partners Thematic seminars for companies and researchers Seminars on applying the best procedures in companies DM 449929 01-2009 Copyright © Tekes
Digital Product Process Programme Manager: Kari Penttinen, Tekes Tel. 010 60 55916, kari.penttinen(at)tekes.fi Programme coordinator : Jussi Kanerva, Variantum Oy Tel. 050 555 3225, jussi.kanerva(at)variantum.com Further information: www.tekes.fi/eng/dtpwww.tekes.fi/eng/dtp Contact information DM 449929 01-2009 Copyright © Tekes
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