|Product Data Driven Analysis in a Missile Supply Chain|
|Atlanta Electronic Commerce Resource Center (AECRC)|
|Circuit Express, Inc. (CEI)|
|Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC)|
|Georgia Tech Engineering Information Systems Lab (EIS Lab)|
|System Studies and Simulation, Inc. (S3)|
|U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM)|
|U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)|
Overviews key technologies and includes benefits experienced by representative small-medium enterprises (SMEs) in the AMCOM missile supply chain.
Meeting documentation, including agenda, handouts, attendees list, and pictures.
This white paper introduces the concept of an Internet-based Engineering Service Bureau (ESB), and defines both the business need for ESBs and the benefits of ESBs to distributed organizations. It further details the distinctives of an Engineering Service Bureau, as opposed to generic application service providers, and outlines the technical infrastructure needed by both the clients and the service bureau itself. These concepts are illustrated with examples from U-Engineer.com, a pilot commercial service bureau established by the ProAM Project currently in use by several DoD suppliers.
This general purpose toolkit implements advanced analysis integration concepts based on objects and constraints. It provides the basis for product-data driven analysis capabilities in domain-specific applications like XaiTools PWA-B.
An exemplar Internet-based engineering service bureau with self-serve analysis modules for PWA designers and PWB fabricators.
This application, based on the general-purpose XaiTools foundation, provides a PWB layup design tool and PWB warpage analysis modules to help designers and fabricators automate tedious tasks and compare design alternatives.