Digital certification of aviation equipment on the basis of “Siemens PLM Software” technologies
The article is dedicated to the analysis of digital certification of aviation equipment on the basis of multifunctional “Siemens PLM Software” (PLM - Product Lifecycle Management) technologies and “Verification Management” solution. In the theoretical part of the article, the authors point out that during certification a project usually goes through two stages: validation and verification. The first stage involves checking the project requirements for correctness and completeness, while the second stage aims to confirm that the designed aircraft is fully consistent with the validated requirements for it. The article states that the implementation of modern systems engineering practices is based on various instrumental components, methodology, and professional competence and is implemented as part of the general PLM strategy of an enterprise using “Siemens Digital Industries Software” products. In the course of the research, the authors of the article came to the conclusion that “Verification Management” solution in the “Teamcenter Siemens PLM Software” system helps enterprises in the aerospace and defence industries to successfully implement projects on creation of innovative products within a given timeframe and budget. “Verification Management” solution forms a closed traceability cycle for all stages of the control process of project decisions aimed to confirm compliance of the design with specified requirements. “Verification Management Catalyst” module accelerates the enterprise’s transition to digital technology; therefore, this transition improves reliability and productivity while lowering the total cost of ownership. “Teamcenter” system supports verification of the implementation of product development programs, reduces the time and cost of project decisions, which ultimately improves the entire work of the enterprise. “Verification Management” solution is a fully functional lifecycle management solution that is able to transmit product requirements and their changes to all participants of the design process.
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