In this webinar, you will learn how to prepare well:
• create and reference digital twins of your product
• optimizes your design to meet customer requirements
• Improve planning using the original model.
Various pressures lead to changes in air conditioning and supply security, including:
• Low cost, additional competition: funding for ongoing programs is decreasing, leading to smaller and smaller development programs. To win a business, contractors must work hard and get involved in the required violence program or program. This goes down into the supply chain of tier 2 and tier 3 providers.
• Increasing confusion: Over the last decade, Tier 2 and 3 suppliers have almost come to an agreement for parts. But today, OEMs offer Tier 1 contractors the essentials of the oversized system. Much of this complexity falls on Tier 2 and Tier 3 suppliers. These contracts require a number of engineering techniques (mechanical, electrical, electronic, system) as well as complex systems.
• Compliance with management: importers must follow more and more rules. Not only will they design and manufacture parts, assemblies, and systems that are compatible, but they will also demonstrate that they adhere to documentation. This job has teeth. Failure to do so would result in an additional penalty. Small businesses often do not have professionals who know these standards, so they are more at risk than large companies.