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INTRODUCTION

Why choose Solumina for Industrial Equipment?

Industrial equipment manufacturers produce some of the most intricate and complicated products in the world, yet are challenged by market pressures that demand better price, quality and faster innovation. Global supply chains continue to proliferate, with rapid growth of offshore manufacturing centers that are reshaping entire industries from a cost and time-to-market perspective.

 

Benefits of Solumina for Industrial Equipment

Compliance to ISO 9001

Solumina supports compliance to ISO 9001 regulatory standards with extensive integration of Solumina Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO), Supply Quality Management (SQM) and Supply Quality Assurance (SQA).

Enterprise System Integration

Solumina provides systems integration, ranging from Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) systems and a myriad of 3rd party and legacy systems to deliver return on business system investments.

CAPA & NC/CA Support

Solumina supports the entire spectrum of enterprise compliance and quality management applications including Corrective Action/Preventative Action (CAPA), Non-Compliance/Corrective Action (NC/CA), supplier audits, training certifications and more, all specifically tailored to industrial equipment manufacturing.

Real-time Integration

Solumina provides real-time Integration of data and workflow information from the shop floor to the top floor. Industrial equipment manufacturers’ lifeblood is the continual flow of information between engineering and the shop floor. Solumina is purpose-built to streamline and simplify these key functions of manufacturing.

Dynamic Work Instructions

Solumina’s supports real-time updates that span relatively simple illustrations to sophisticated 3D-model animations, videos and dynamic slideshows with built-in data collections and signature prompts. The Solumina work instruction interface can be configured to display only the options required for the current job and provide speed buttons for the most-used commands. These are just a few of Solumina’s advanced features that reduce errors and create a lean environment.

How Virgin Orbit Found an MES to Trust

MES IMPLEMENTATION SUCCESS STORY

 

With cosmic goals and an aggressive production rate, Virgin’s new Orbit division needed a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) it could trust. Read on to learn how Solumina delivered a fast, reliable solution.

Lockheed Martin MS2 Tactical Systems – Clearwater Operations

QUALITY MANAGEMENT SUCCESS STORY

 

At Lockheed Martin’s Clearwater plant in Florida, quality management is not just about compliance to industry and customer requirements―the team has a continuous improvement culture that has led to impressive results, awards and recognition from its customers.

How BAE Systems Implemented a People First MES

SOLUMINA MANAGEMENT, MES IMPLEMENTATION SUCCESS STORY

 

Follow BAE Systems as they quickly learned the importance of capturing the necessary engagement across functions within the project lifecycle, from the generation of requirements to scenario testing and gap identification, to training and post go-live support in order to successfully roll out Solumina.

The Journey to a Paperless Shop Floor Pays Off for General Dynamics AIS

SOLUMINA QUALITY, MES SYSTEM SUCCESS STORY

 

The production facility went from a highly paper-based and manually controlled process to one where the manufacturing and quality management system, Solumina, is the focal point for building hardware.

How Cirrus Aircraft Leverages Solumina

MANUFACTURING EXECUTION SYSTEM SUCCESS STORY

 

Cirrus Aircraft worked closely with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to achieve certification for the Vision Jet, using Solumina MES in place of part piece level conformity. Going digital was a big part of the certification process transformation for Cirrus.

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Solumina simplifies industrial equipment manufacturing.

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