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Aerospace Industry ERP ImplementationPresented By :Vikas Yadav 59Vikrant Tare 60Vimal Raj Sharma 61Vineeta Gupta 62
Industryaeroengines & aeroengine components:aeroengines aeroengine components (includes compressors, fans, combustors, turbines, controls)aeronautical equipment: avionics mechanical and electrical systems flight simulators nacelles air traffic control equipment furnishings
Industryaerospace specific servicesaerostructures (e.g. wings, fuselages)aircraft (fixed-wing):corporate jetslarge civil aircraftlight, specialised and utility aircraftregional jetsaircraft (other):airships and balloonshelicoptorsmicrolights and ultralightsremote-controlled air vehicles
Industryaircraft, engines, and equipment repairs and maintenancespace technology and applications
Indian Market The largest Indian aircraft manufacturer is Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) which is a Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) owned by the Government of India Pawan Hans Helicopters Limited (PHHL) is an ISO 9002 certified company under the Ministry of Civil Aviation
Indian MarketTaneja Aerospace & Aviation Ltd (TAAL) is currently the only private sector aircraft manufacturing company in India. It manufacturers the P68C (a six-seat twin piston engine aircraft) and the Viator (an eleven seat turbo-prop aircraft). TAAL is also based in Bangalore
BOEINGThe Boeing Company is the largest aerospace company in the world, and the leader in manufacturing both commercial jetliners and military aircraft.
ERP being implemented within Boeing Commercial Airplanes Currently co-exists with the Purchasing Control On-line System (PCOS), which is being phased out by airplane model
The initial release of ERP EDI occurred in November 1996. Purchase Orders and Purchase Order Changes were the first two transactions implemented.
A set of new EDI transactions to support Purchase Sales & Schedules (PSS) was initially released in July 2002.
Benefits Of EDI EDI reduces paperwork (forms handling), data entry labor costs, postage costs, and printing costs. EDI supports the concept of Just In Time (JIT) manufacturing by promoting improvement in flow time to enhance inventory control. EDI drives out inefficiencies in the business process.
Application Integration In addition to the traditional Purchase Order/Purchase Order Change transactions Purchase Schedule functionality has been added to enable Boeing to use alternative methods to communicate requirements.
Key Steps COMMERCIAL AIRPLANES The Commercial Airplanes Supplier Network EDI Group will provide the applicable documents (e.g. implementation guides/mapping specifications) to the trading partner.
TRADING PARTNER The trading partner must map to the new specifications (maps) provided by Commercial Airplanes by: a) mapping internally or b) acquiring overlays from an EDI translation software provider
Trading Partner Agreement Commercial Airplanes and its existing EDI suppliers have signed trading partner agreements that outline electronic business communications
EDI Standards PSS ANSI X12 UN/EDIFACT This will enable all companies within the aerospace industry to use a common format
EDI Integration Test The purpose of the integration testing is to confirm that the trading partner can successfully: Acknowledge an EDI transmission; Translate between the ANSI X12 or UN/EDIFACT format and native application files i.e. confirm the application data is mapped correctly
TESTING It is equally important DURING TESTING for the trading partner to confirm their internal business processes are receiving the data they require, and can interpret the data and understand what data is being sent.
THEREFORE Aircraft builder implements ERP solution to help it drive new efficiencies in manufacture and provide immediate access to data throughout the production supply chain