Reducing Time to Market with Concurrent Design Processes at Stanley Black and Decker

Session Number: 5112
Track: Product Definition
Sub-Categorization: Product Design (PD)
Session Type: Process Session
Primary Presenter: Gary Fisher [Manager, CATIA Best Practices - Stanley Black & Decker]
Co-Presenter 1: Corey Robertson [CATIA & BP Technical Developer/Trainer - Stanley Black & Decker]
Time: Apr 25, 2017 (02:35 PM - 03:25 PM)
Room: Oceans 11

Conference Hot Topics: Implementing PLM - Success and Lessons Learned
Community of Interest: Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Consumer Goods
Industry: Aerospace & Defense, Consumer Goods & Retail, Consumer Packaged Goods & Retail, High-Tech, Industrial Equipment, Transportation & Mobility
Applicable Products: None
What will attendees get out of this presentation?: See Description Above.

Session Description:  This presentation focuses on several key processes developed by the CATIA Best Practices Team to accelerate the product development cycle at Stanley Black and Decker. Interface Control documents (ICDs), Industrial Design Master Models (IDMMs), Master Geometry Models (MGMs), and specific PowerCopies all work together with a Cavity-Core modeling process to enable concurrent design, facilitate design change, and maximize data re-use, streamlining the development process and reducing time to market.

NOTE - if a general session slot is not available, this could be done as a process session. It could also be broken into 2 shorter sessions instead of a single 90 minute session.