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    Sikström, Moa
    et al.
    University West, Department of Engineering Science.
    Wisén, Nathalie
    University West, Department of Engineering Science.
    Metodutveckling av virtuella byggnationer på Saab Automobile AB2010Independent thesis Advanced level (professional degree), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Saab is in need of an improved method for construction of virtual buildings that the planner can utilize. By creating a process structure in the existing PLM system, that can communicate and consume data from the product structure that already exists, a lot of work could be saved. Presently, the planner uses a visualization program that is connected only to the product structure. The current method with this visualization software is that the planner builds a process structure for each and every new project gate. This structure cannot easily be updated and therefore a new structure must be created before the new project gate. Thus, the virtual builds become resource inefficient.

    By creating a process structure that easily can be updated, the structure could be reused in new gates and projects. This is consistent with the basic ideas behind using a PLM system. There are several obstacles to master before this will be possible. 

    The conclusions of this study are that in the process structure, the articles should be placed under the stations and operations where they are mounted in the actual factory. There is no universal solution as to how the structure should be, but it should reflect the plant processes. In order for the planner to easily take advantage of this structure, it should also be possible to look up articles using a name filter.

    Planners are currently responsible for particular product areas, such as safety related articles. All parts of this product field are installed in separate sections in the plant. In order to efficiently find all the articles in the process structure, the operations should be named after the articles that are assembled under the specific operation.

    A temporary working method has been proposed and the instructions can be found in Appendix B.

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