Call for solutions: Smart Engineering Design - Tech Innovation Challenge

Rolls-Royce Defence wishes to use existing data and live feeds of factory data to guide the design of new components. We want a system that allows our design Engineers to quantify the impact of their designs on the manufacturing process in order to improve our manufacturing right-first-time delivery.
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Rolls-Royce Defence wishes to use existing data and live feeds of factory data to guide the design of new components. We want a system that allows our design Engineers to quantify the impact of their designs on the manufacturing process in order to improve our manufacturing right-first-time delivery. This will help to reduce the design iteration time for a new component and reduce the manufacturing cost of producing a part.
 
The solution, if successful in delivering value, will be scaled across multiple global teams and may be rolled out across Rolls-Royce beyond the Defence business. The initial Proof of Concept deployment will be a paid PoC but will almost certainly be deployed for testing and productisation within the Rolls-Royce IT estate, hence any solutions need to be deployable on-premise.
 
The Solution
 
The Solution, to be delivered during the paid-for PoC, should seek to include one or more of the following technology and technology applications
  • The extraction of insight from manufacturing capability data
  • The ability to discern which insights have an impact on right-first-time manufacture
  • Features that are complementary to the existing design software (Siemens NX)
  • The ability to take design boundary conditions and combine them with manufacturing insights to create an initial first design for a component
  • Cloud: Access to data and applications is critical for productivity and profitability
  • Data & AI: Unlock the value of data and inject intelligence into applications to anticipate manufacturing requirements.
 
The solution must be at least an early-stage prototype and meet Technology Readiness Level 4 requirements
 
Applicant's solutions must not include export-controlled technology. It is the individual company’s responsibility to understand the export control regulations around their solutions and those will be governed by both the country of origin and the country they’re exporting to
 
Application deadline: 31st January 2020
 
Source: Rolls-Royce 
 

Rolls-Royce PLC's engineer at computer (credits: © Rolls-Royce PLC / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0))

Illustration Photo: Rolls-Royce PLC's engineer at computer (credits: © Rolls-Royce PLC / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0))

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