Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Diehl Aircabin Selects Siemens PLM Software System


Aviation Daily Feb 02 , 2010 , p. 13
Neelam Mathews

Developers and manufacturers of Diehl Aircabin interiors have selected Teamcenter, Siemens product lifecycle management (PLM) software system.

Teamcenter was selected, Diehl Aircabin said, because of its broad functional range, including its ability to more easily configure and visualize complex processes and its open architecture, which enhances collaboration and opens the way to an end-to-end PLM strategy.

Diehl Aircabin designs, develops and makes cabin modules, crew rest compartments and air distribution systems for the civil aircraft industry, including the new widebody Airbus A350 XWB. Up until 2008, Diehl Aircabin was a wholly owned subsidiary of Airbus and is now one of the major first tier suppliers for aircraft manufacturers.

“Siemens PLM Softwares Teamcenter portfolio will help optimize our engineering process topography, said Markus Marschall, CFO, Diehl Aircabin. “Visualizing all engineering processes in Teamcenter, this system will give us complete control over our complex engineering environments. We will also benefit from Siemens PLM Softwares’ longstanding expertise and PLM market leadership in the aerospace and defense industry.

“The selection of Teamcenter by a leading aviation and space company, such as Diehl Aircabin, further validates the breadth and depth of our solution and the fit of our technology,” said Martien Merks, senior VP and managing director, Germany, Siemens PLM Software.

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