The requirements of the existing markets demand more products and services, more customized, more innovative and, above all, in a shorter period of time. Therefore, being extremely efficient in the product/process (design and industrialization) innovation process is more important than ever. This is due to the competition in emerging countries, increasingly better positioned in the industrial sector with a high technology component.
The sophisticated virtual reality tools, design for Six Sigma, PPDIC or others applied to the design process, have proven not to be sufficient to slash the innovation process deadlines nor to incorporate Lean manufacturing criteria from the design itself.
At Sisteplant, we have been working for years with a project methodology developed jointly with collaborators and clients, implemented for the purpose of helping the companies adapt to this new industrial and technology reality.
Over the last few years, collaboration with technology companies from diverse sectors has greatly enriched the experience of project managers, who apply the Lean principles in product design and development processes, leading to a significant reduction of the associated times and costs.
– Optimization of the value generation flow (design innovations for higher market prices)
– Reduction of product development and industrialization times
– Reduction of design and engineering costs
– Reduction of costs and manufacturing times from the product design (oriented to Lean manufacturing)
– Application of Product Development, Value Stream Mapping (PDVSM)
– Organization of the project flow: main lines and auxiliary lines
– Implementation of virtual cells
– Advanced planning of activities, synchronization
– Deployment of visual management tools and objective indicators
– Efficient use of A3
– Standardization of design policies
– QFD Analysis
– AMFE Analysis
– Analysis for continuous improvement
Sectors of application:
|Aerospace||Building sector||Electronics and electrical appliances|
|Energy||Manufacturing of heavy machinery and complex machinery||General engineering|