INTRODUCTION Founded in 1916 by Edward William Boeing in Seattle, Washington. Boeing is made up of multiple business units, which are Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA), Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS). Products of Boeing including : Military aircraft Space system Computer services The most largest global aircraft manufactures and the second largest aerospace defense contractor.
Boeing employs more than 170,000 people across United States and in 70 countries. It also transforming the pacific northwest into a major aeronautical center. Boeing provides products and support services to customer in 150 countries. As a major service provider to NASA, Boeing is the prime contractor for the international space system.
PRODUCT OVERVIEWIn war years 1939 -45 B17 Flying Fortress XPBB-1 Sea Ranger B-29 Super fortress Streaman Kaydet XFBB-1 Fighter
Boeing 377 Stratocruiser
Boeing 737300 1967
The future of flight
Boeing 787- Dreamliner
Windshield frames Titanium Frames Flight Deck Door Aluminum floor beams
Passenger door surround Heavy skin around door special criteria to resist ramp rash.
Cargo Floor General OverviewAluminum side guide fitting
Aluminum fittings as needed at roller tray interface
Wing Design Features Small, low drag flap fairings Conventional aileron and flaperon functions
Composite StructuresCarbon laminate Aluminum/Steel/Titanium
Steel 10% Carbon laminate Carbon sandwich Fiberglass Aluminum Aluminum/steel/titanium pylons Titanium 15%
Necessity of good product designProduct development is the process of creating a new product to be sold by a business or enterprise to its customers. The product will attract attention to the company brand. It will increasing revenue stream because of the demand for this product Increasing visibility in the company industry. Allows the company to develop other outcomes, such as product line extension, without major investments or risks. A good process design facilitates effective teamwork
Building Boeings 787 is a global affair
Boeing 787 Dreamliner suppliers (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan)Wings (Latcore, France) passenger doors. (Saab, Sweden) cargo doors, access doors, and crew escape door. (Labinal, France) wiring. (Messier-Dowty, France) landing gear.
CONTINUES Every part of the plane come from different sides around the world Boeing is using sophisticated database management software that allows all of the 787 work sites to be virtually linked 24 hours a day, 365 a year. It will ensure that everyone works out of the same database with one set of drawings.
Ergonomic Factors Ergonomics the science of matching the work to the worker, deals with the characteristics and limitations of people that need to be considered for proper workplace and job design. ergonomics in Boeings a ranges in different areas including: Task design, layout and equipment in a laboratory and a warehouse Helping employees with health problems return to work Training staff in ergonomics principles and noise prevention.
Job Method Job Design is the process of putting together various elements to form a job, bearing in mind organizational and individual worker requirements, as well as considerations of health, safety, and ergonomics. In Boeings Job Methods can helps to determine: what tasks are done When and how the tasks are done how many tasks are done In what order the tasks are done Factors which affect the work Organization of the content and tasks
Quality Management Quality implies to the ability of a product or service to satisfy a stated or implied need. A quality product or service is free from defects and deficiencies. The some quality factor assured by Boeings are Market high quality, superior value products that consistently meet the specifications Create a passion for quality where success and achievement are communicated, recognized and celebrated.
Risk Management Risk management is the identification, assessment, and prioritization of risks. Risks can come from uncertainty in Financial markets, Project failures, Legal liabilities, Credit risk, accidents, Natural causes
Material Management Materials management is concerned with the planning, obtaining, storing and providing the appropriate material of right quality, and quantity so as to co-ordinate and schedule the production activity in an integrative way for an industrial purpose. The objectives of materials management are Efficient materials planning Buying or purchasing Receiving Storing and inventory control Supply and distribution of materials Quality assurance
Health and Safety Issues Boeings is helping to improve airspace efficiency by working in partnership with agencies and other group worldwide. All Boeing manufacturing sites are now ISO 14001 certified ( internationally recognized standard for environmental management ). This certification was part of Boeings ongoing process of decreasing its energy, water and use of hazardous materials. Continually improves its process and facilities for all employees, so it will make the workplace more safer.
Focus more on comfort and reliability. Extensive use of technology. Focus on needs of the market. Global strategic partnership. Efficient production business. Run healthy core business.