Revealing the Value of Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace and Defense

DELMIA Quintiq

What aerospace manufacturers need is agility in their design and production processes to help mitigate the variability in supply and demand. Additive Manufacturing (AM) is one innovation in which aerospace companies have significantly invested to try to address some of their unique challenges.

The Return of Demand: How Aerospace & Defense Can Prepare for the Next Normal with Virtual Twins

DELMIA Quintiq

The Aerospace & Defense (A&D) industry is arguably one that was most immediately and severely impacted by the coronavirus crisis. Aerospace & Defense Agility Collaboration/Social Continuous Improvement IIOT Virtual Twin 3DEXPERIENCE aerospace Knowledge retention

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Leveraging Virtual Twin in the Aerospace and Defense Industry

DELMIA Quintiq

The aerospace and defense (A & D) industry is facing numerous challenges following the recent pandemic, dealing with constrained demand and vulnerable supply chains. 3DEXPERIENCE Manufacturing Virtual Twin aerospace defense DELMIA manufacturers virtual twin

Make “Lean” a Part of Collaboration and Teamwork in Aerospace

DELMIA Quintiq

Recent global events have put the Aerospace & Defense sectors in a precarious position. Commercial aerospace is dealing with the sudden drop in demand followed by a gradual ramp-up of production while defense spending has remained strong fueling new production requirements.

As Air Travel Roars Back–How Will Aircraft Suppliers Meet the New Demand?

DELMIA Quintiq

Aerospace & Defense Supply Chain Supply Chain Planning & Optimization A&D aerospace airlines DELMIA supply supply chain travel

Supply chain pain points in the Aerospace and Defense industry

Kinaxis

by Alexa Cheater 7 barriers to aerospace and defense supply chain success. For supply chains in the aerospace and defense industry, keeping pace with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) who are dramatically increasing production rates for components, systems and services, is a major challenge. Aerospace and defense supply chain pain points. These are just a few of the specific aerospace and defense supply chain pain points.

Securing aerospace and defense-critical supply chains

Resilinc

There are few industries where security requirements are as rigorous and intensive as in aerospace and defense. Both reports underscore the importance of training and develop a domestic workforce capable of staffing aerospace and defense industries.

5 Technologies to Boost Efficiency, Traceability for Aerospace and Defense

RFgen

Aerospace and defense contractors face strict oversight and compliance requirements. Manual processes can’t support the increasing complex inventory management needs in the aerospace and defense industry. For aerospace and defense, this includes 5G and Blockchain. Overview.

Three Reasons Aerospace Companies Need to Consider Mobile Barcoding

RFgen

Aerospace contractors have the opportunity to embrace automation technology to improve operations. The Importance of Mobile Barcoding in Aerospace Companies. Here are three reasons aerospace and defense companies need to embrace mobile barcode software. Overview.

[Video] The Value of Supply Chain Quality Management in the Aerospace and Defense Industry

Talking Logistics

Bill Alrich, Customer Solutions Representative at Elemica, discusses the value of supply chain quality management in Aerospace & Defense industry. Podcast version (click to play): Industry Trends Past Episode Past Episode - Elemica Aerospace & Defense Elemica supply chain quality

Addressing Supply Chain Challenges Faced by Aviation, Aerospace & Defense Companies Driven by Complex Global Risk Factors

Maine Pointe

David Grasso, EVP Aviation, Aerospace & Defense, says suppliers facing complex global risk factors should re-evaluate and prepare themselves proactively by working to become more effective organizations.

Strong Relationships Bolster Innovation in the Aerospace Supply Chain

Maine Pointe

Where does innovation come from in the aerospace industry supply chain? It begins with solid data—knowing exactly how, when, and where the supply chain works and where it doesn’t—but it is driven by relationships.

3 Reasons Aerospace Companies Need to Consider Mobile Barcoding

RFgen

Aerospace contractors have the opportunity to embrace automation technology to improve operations. The Importance of Mobile Barcoding in Aerospace Companies. Here are three reasons aerospace and defense companies need to embrace mobile barcode software. Overview.

Aviation, Aerospace & Defense Supply Chains Can Still be Resilient in a Global Emergency

Maine Pointe

The aviation, aerospace & defense (“AA&D”) industry has been rocked by an unprecedented near shutdown of commercial aviation and faced the impact of unpredictable parts shortages as companies shutdown/lockdown facilities across the entire supply chain.

The Value of Supply Chain Quality Management in the Aerospace and Defense Industry

Talking Logistics

Managing quality across the supply chain is critically important for all industries, but especially in Aerospace and Defense. How is technology helping Aerospace and Defense companies to streamline and automate this process? Read more The Value of Supply Chain Quality Management in the Aerospace and Defense Industry. The post The Value of Supply Chain Quality Management in the Aerospace and Defense Industry appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez.

5 Technologies to Boost Efficiency, Traceability for Aerospace and Defense

RFgen

Aerospace and defense contractors face strict oversight and compliance requirements. Manual processes can’t support the increasing complex inventory management needs in the aerospace and defense industry. For aerospace and defense, this includes 5G and Blockchain. Overview.

3 Ways Robotics Are Crucial to Aerospace Manufacturing & Design

GlobalTranz

The United States aerospace manufacturing industry is a highly competitive one. These factors make aerospace manufacturing companies highly valued partners, even internationally. Although the aerospace industry employs countless hundreds of thousands of workers, robots are still necessary to complete many tasks. Robotics Are Crucial to Aerospace Manufacturing & Design. EMI and EMC testing are crucial for the aerospace industry , though the process is cumbersome.

Israeli aerospace firm launches cargo conversion program for Airbus A330

The Supply Chain Journal

Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI) announced Monday it will develop a program for converting Airbus A330-300 passenger aircraft into cargo freighters and produce 30 of them for Dublin-based Avolon, the third-largest aircraft leasing company in the world, between 2025 and 2028.

Watch: Is the 17-Year Battle Between the U.S. and EU on Aerospace Over?

Supply Chain Brain

Laura Fraedrich, global trade and policy attorney with Lowenstein Sandler LLP, explains why the United States and European Union set aside their bitter and longstanding dispute over aerospace subsidies

How Can My Aerospace Organization Maintain Traceability Compliance?

RFgen

Today, aerospace firms looking to service the American military must maintain traceability standards that comply with its unforgiving part validation requirements, which can be found in the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement. Aerospace & Defense Compliance Traceability

Mammoth Freighters invests in aerospace firm to jump-start 777 conversions

The Supply Chain Journal

The investment in an aerospace company gives Mammoth immediate access to production capacity at a time when conversion shops around the world are booked up for months and years because of the escalating demand for all-cargo aircraft.

US aerospace firm adds production line for A321 freighter conversions

The Supply Chain Journal

The U.S. subsidiary of Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co. HAECO) said it will convert Airbus A321 passenger aircraft into freighters under license to 321 Precision Conversions, which has designed the retrofit kit and received regulatory approval for the structural modifications.

Quality, Efficiency Essential as Aerospace Manufacturers Face Complexity

RFgen

Aerospace manufacturers fave a variety of challenges moving forward. Aerospace manufacturers have long had to grapple with a combination of complex workflows, tight profit margins, and strict regulations. Pressure Escalating in Aerospace Manufacturing.

Quality, Efficiency Essential as Aerospace Manufacturers Face Complexity

RFgen

Aerospace manufacturers fave a variety of challenges moving forward. Aerospace manufacturers have long had to grapple with a combination of complex workflows, tight profit margins, and strict regulations. Pressure Escalating in Aerospace Manufacturing.

How Can My Aerospace Organization Maintain Traceability Compliance?

RFgen

Today, aerospace firms looking to service the American military must maintain traceability standards that comply with its unforgiving part validation requirements, which can be found in the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement. Traceability is an imperative concern for modern aerospace organizations. These next-generation workflows give aerospace manufacturers the streamlined tools they need to collaborate with component makers and construct transparent audit trails.

Supply Chain Metrics That Matter: A Focus on Aerospace and Defense

Kinaxis

Supply Chain Metrics That Matter: A Focus on Aerospace and Defense. Increased complexity, slowed growth and shrinking margins are challenging the Aerospace and Defense (A&D) sector. In Supply Chain Metrics That Matter: A Focus on Aerospace and Defense , Supply Chain Insights benchmarks A&D companies against other industries and dives into data from five top A&D companies over the last decade.

No Fly Zone: How the Aerospace Industry Is Handling COVID-19

Supply Chain Brain

With more than 95% of airplanes still grounded around the world, aerospace and defense leaders must reconsider supply-chain resiliency — and how to withstand unpredictable crises

The Complex Risk Factors Facing Aerospace and Defense

Supply Chain Brain

Boeing’s recent crisis represents just one of many complex global risk factors impacting aviation, aerospace and defense supply chains

AB&R® to exhibit at RFID in Aerospace and Defense

AB&R

a nationwide provider of proven supply chain solutions, will be an exhibitor at the RFID in Aerospace and Defense Conference in Arlington, VA on December 12, 2018. The RFID in Aerospace and Defense event will provide information on the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology. Several large aerospace and defense companies are already including RFID technology in their operations to track parts and shipments throughout the supply chain.

Boeing's 737 Production Cut Echoes Throughout Aerospace Industry

Material Handling and Logistics

Boeing’s suppliers cannot dial down production overnight, and changes to aircraft production rates usually take 12-18 months to flow through the supply chain

Aerospace and defense supply chain success story - The 21st.

Kinaxis

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Summary of Development and Manufacture Contracts in the Aerospace and Defense Industries

NC State SCRC

Our third contract research paper is by James Wilkinson, focusing on aerospace contracts which typically entail a great deal of risk (as illustrated by the Boeing 737 MAX incident…). The type of contract of interest in this report is for Development and Manufacture contracts in the Aerospace and Defense industries. Risk in Aerospace and Defense Industries. Specific Risks in Development and Manufacture Contracts in the Aerospace and Defense Industries.

Factors Affecting Logistics Within The Aerospace & Defense Industry

NFI Industries

The aerospace and defense industry makes for a complex and ever-changing supply chain. Over the next twenty years, air travel demand is expected to double 1 and aerospace manufacturing demand is expected to exceed $5.6 Just this past year, military funding for aircraft reduced leading aircraft manufacturers to shift their attention towards commercial aircraft.

Lufthansa Cargo Boosts Handling Performance with New Production Planning System

DELMIA Quintiq

3DEXPERIENCE ab ovo Aerospace & Defense Cargo DELMIA handling Planning air service freight Lufthansa Cargo transportLufthansa Cargo has finalized the implementation of its production planning and control (PPC) transformation project.

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Aerospace Industry Looks Cautiously Into 2017

Loftware

The aerospace and defense sectors are cautiously optimistic about 2017, but still have some worries. While the aerospace and defense sectors are approaching 2017 with a generally positive outlook, there are some potential difficulties worth watching out for. Aerospace and Defense