Auros has a solution for your Manufacturing Engineering needs
Manufacturing Engineering teams are tasked with managing work between Product Engineering and Manufacturing. Since these two different environments are steeped in PLM and ERP, we often find that Manufacturing Engineering teams fall back to relying on spreadsheets to manage their work, because it allows them to control their own view. Unfortunately, this only adds a layer of complexity, as these spreadsheets get copied between projects and the learning that happens becomes buried, lost, or still stuck in the heads of the individuals.
Auros provides Manufacturing Engineering teams with a systematic approach to replacing their documents and allows them to capture, share, and reuse their knowledge so that lessons learned become the mode of communication between Product Engineering and Manufacturing.
Does your organization face any of these Manufacturing Engineering challenges? Auros can help with that.
Engineering lacking capabilities to Design for Manufacturing
Auros reduces the cost of manufacturing by reducing design iterations due to manufacturing feasibility.
Inconsistent Problem Solving Across Facilities
Auros reduces undesirable variation in manufacturing process and methods across distinct manufacturing facilities.
Failure to Share Lessons and Best Practices Across Plants
Auros improves performance through sharing of continuous learning across teams, languages, and time.
Difficulty Maintaining Equipment
Auros provides accurate maintenance procedures and best practices around plant equipment, which improves quality and downtime.
Auros reduces frequency of common issues through improved communication and visibility of launch issues.
Auros Integrates Directly Within Your Existing Workflow
So that your organization can leverage the benefits that the Auros software provides, we have the ability to connect with any web-based API system, including CAD / CAE. This complementary approach allows your organization to utilize the features of Auros directly in your existing workflow. While many customers have used our API toolkit to build their own connectors, Auros software provides out-of-the-box capabilities to connect to a variety of PLM tools; including Teamcenter and the most popular 3D solid modeling systems (NX®, CATIA®, Creo®, and SolidWorks®).
With dozens of available capabilities, Auros also eliminates the need for some of the most commonly used project management systems, including: ad hoc list, checklists, disconnected documents, MS Project Plans, standard work documents, and SharePoint®.
How Auros Can Be Used
Manufacturing Engineering teams can use Auros to address many of their tasks. Some include:
- Sharing and implementing best practices and standard work across plants
- Implementing and delivering DFM standards directly within product design; improving overall manufacturability
- Managing and sharing maintenance procedures and best practices
- Managing, sharing, and resolving the root cause of launch issues
Auros provides the ability to eliminate the delay between Best Practice creation and utilization can provide a competitive advantage for your organization.
Auros allows manufacturing teams to create, maintain and publish manufacturing standards, which can be automatically propagated to the design team.
Auros’s dynamic reporting capabilities allow companies to identify quality issues earlier and provide resolutions much quicker, resulting in reduced warranty costs and improved customer satisfaction.
With Auros, the evaluation can be easily delivered to the evaluator, which can be tracked, monitored, and reported.
The continuous evaluation process in Auros identifies issues and risks earlier in the process, reducing cost and time to market.
Auros converts tacit (tribal) knowledge from the seasoned virtual build participants and converts it into explicit knowledge that can be delivered to less experienced personnel, enabling them to evaluate the products, processes, tools and plant operations with the same level of fidelity.
Learn How the Knowledge Aware Approach Can Help
During the 60-minute consultation, a lead Knowledge Aware consultant will show you everything you need to know about the Knowledge Aware approach, such as: how it works, how other organizations use it, and the opportunities it has for your organization. Your team will learn whether the Knowledge Aware approach is right for your organization and gain a better understanding of how your organizational knowledge can be more effectively captured and reused.