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What Is Concurrent Engineering?. A method of product design and development Simultaneous vs. Sequential Multi-disciplinary teams Concurrent Design and Analysis Considers all elements of product life cycle Reduces time to market Increased Innovation Increased Product Quality

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What is concurrent engineering
What Is Concurrent Engineering?

  • A method of product design and development

  • Simultaneous vs. Sequential

  • Multi-disciplinary teams

  • Concurrent Design and Analysis

  • Considers all elements of product life cycle

  • Reduces time to market

  • Increased Innovation

  • Increased Product Quality

  • Origin – “Sashimi” system used in Japan at in 1970’s

  • 1984 - “C.E.” first introduced to Western Business

Ray Quintero


Basic principles
Basic Principles

  • Unified Goals and Mission

  • Detailed Planning

  • Continuous Review

  • Analysis

  • Team working

  • Develop metrics

  • Reduce time

Rabeeh Sahranavard


How is it applied
How is it applied?

Jiayin Liu


What is concurrent engineering

When is it used?

Productpositioning

Marketrequirement

Cost

The whole life cycle

Concurrent engineering

Functionality

Manufacturability

Quality control

Scrap and recycling

Lei Tian


Why is it used
Why is it used?

  • Competitive Advantage

  • Several small obstacles to implementing

  • Long term benefits

  • Success of company

  • Increased Performance

Morvarid Amirfathi


Benefits and advantages

Benefits and Advantages

Quality, time, money, competitiveness

Easy design changes, review, less defects

Reaction to changing market

Environmental Impact, responsibility, waste management

Development, adaptation, different industries, laws, regulations, bureaucratic obstacles

Communication, globalization

Max Tubbs