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航空・防衛4.0

Aerospace & Defence 4.0

発行 Frost & Sullivan 商品コード 572935
出版日 ページ情報 英文 62 Pages
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航空・防衛4.0 Aerospace & Defence 4.0
出版日: 2017年09月26日 ページ情報: 英文 62 Pages
概要

IIoT(Industrial Internet of Things)は、航空・防衛業界にとって強力なトレンドです。同業界はセンサー技術の実装やコンピュータによる自動化などで、過去数年、IIoTの成熟に寄与してきました。大手航空・防衛企業は継続的な改革をおこない、エッジコンピューティングやビッグデータ、予測分析、クラウドといった要素を使って技術インフラのアップグレードを続けています。デジタル化された機械パーツと接続性の向上があわさり、IIoTはすでに航空・防衛製造の多くの部門で推進されています。他の業種での実装と同じように、航空・防衛業界でのIIoTの目的は、プロセスと製品の効率性改善でもあります。

当レポートは、航空・防衛におけるIIoT導入に対する見解や事例、課題、動向、成長機会の分析などについて取り上げています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

  • 主な調査結果

第2章 IIoT(Industrial Internet of Things) - 調査の視点

  • IIoT - 業界環境における新たなテーマ
  • IIoT - スマートファクトリーの重要な属性
  • 価値命題
  • 当レポートでわかること

第3章 航空・防衛製造におけるIIoTの理解

  • 業界の概要
  • 航空・防衛製造の業界マップ
  • IIoTの能力の航空・防衛製造サプライチェーンへの拡大
  • 航空機製造における製造の接続
  • 航空・防衛製造のにおけるIIoTへのニーズ
  • 航空機製造の各段階におけるIIoTの潜在性とメリット
  • 航空機のデザインと設計におけるIIoTの潜在性
  • 航空機の生産と組立におけるIIoTの潜在性
  • 航空機のサプライチェーンにおけるIIoTの潜在性
  • 航空機のサプライチェーンの分類
  • 航空機のアフターマーケットにおけるIIoTの潜在性

第4章 航空・防衛におけるIIoT実施の事例

  • Airbus社の「未来の工場」への投資のためのIoT導入
  • Rolls-Royce社の航空エンジン欠陥のコスト削減を支援するMicrosoft
  • F-35の寿命最大化にIoTを利用するLockheed Martin
  • エンジンの需要改善にビッグデータを利用するPratt & Whitney
  • 内部の製造プロセス管理にIIoTを利用するGE Aviation

第5章 主な課題

  • インフラの簡素化と枠組みの規格化
  • 膨大な在庫を残す満たされない航空機注文
  • 事例 - Airbusの20年の飛行機の在庫整理を支援するIBM
  • IIoTの重要性を理解しながらも低迷する実装
  • 従来の製造手法に欠けている機械部品のトレーサビリティ
  • 運用のダークデータの活用

第6章 市場予測と動向

  • 飛行機製造の展望 - 地域的予測
  • 航空・防衛業界による活発な健全性評価のためのビッグデータ活用
  • MROへの注目の高まり/アフターマーケット・トレーサビリティ
  • 航空機の活発な健全性評価手段となるIIoT
  • 今後の現場技術者の力となるウェアラブルの成長
  • 航空・防衛製造の注目の技術開発
  • 航空・防衛製造市場の今後の影響因子

第7章 成長機会と行動すべき企業

  • 成長機会1 - 共有デジタル設計
  • 成長機会2 - 自動製造プロセス
  • 成長機会3 - 共有スケジュール
  • 成長機会4 - 信頼性のある配送
  • 成長機会5 - 付加的製造
  • 成功と成長のための戦略的必須事項

第8章 結論

  • 結論
  • 頭字語と略語
  • 法的免責事項

第9章 Frost & Sullivanについて

目次
Product Code: K218-10

IIoT Set to Fuel the Metamorphosis of Aerospace Innovation Across All Stages of the Manufacturing Value Chain

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a powerful trend in the Aerospace & Defense (A&D) industry. This industry has been one of the forerunners in the IIoT maturity spectrum, having implemented sensor technology and computerized automation for several years in the recent past. Successful A&D companies are constantly innovating and are increasingly upgrading their technological infrastructure using elements of IIoT such as edge computing, big data, predictive analytics, cloud and other applications. With the convergence of digitized machine parts and improved connectivity, IIoT is already gaining momentum across several departments of aerospace and defense manufacturing. Like its implementation in any other industry, the objective of IIoT in A&D industry also is in improving process and product efficiencies.

Military and commercial airlines are increasingly generating several terabytes of data every day, as more and more manufacturers are adding sensor technology to these machines. The data that is actually being put to use is all but a small fraction of the huge mountain of data that could be potential sources of additional revenues to the manufacturers. Aircraft health and maintenance, system and component performance, and crucial customer related data are all a part of this mix. And this is where IIoT plays a crucial role in helping manufacturers manage this large volume of data and identify newer service opportunities.

Some of the key benefits of IIoT for the aerospace and defence industry include -

  • Aircraft maintenance and health monitoring
  • Ability to tweak aircraft design and functionalities based on usage behavior
  • Real-time identification of quality issues
  • Quick and easy delivery of software updates
  • Improvement of operational efficiency
  • Enriched design and manufacturing environment
  • Easy tracking and traceability

Leading aircraft manufacturers that have already implemented IIoT in their factory operations are now realizing returns in the form of overall cost reduction, improved process efficiencies, improved product reliability, and enhanced customer experience through predictive maintenance of aircraft. Engine fuel efficiency and performance improvements such as noise and emission cancellation are some of the parameters that are being looked at by aircraft manufacturers. Further, these IIoT solutions are enabling additional revenue streams for OEMs, engine manufacturers, and airline operators alike. In fact, the opportunities are so many that the real challenge is more in identifying where to start implementing IIoT. A lot of airlines companies have already invested or planned their budgets for the near future IIoT implementations, which is why it becomes all the more important to understand what major market players are doing in the space.

Leading aircraft manufacturers who have already implemented IIoT in their factory operations are now realizing returns in the form of overall cost reduction, improved process efficiencies, improved product reliability and enhanced customer experience through predictive maintenance of aircraft. Engine fuel efficiency and performance improvements such as noise and emission cancellation are some of the parameters that are being looked at by aircraft manufacturers. Further, these IIoT solutions are enabling additional revenue streams for OEMs, engine manufacturers and airline operators alike. Infact, the opportunities are so many that the real challenge is more in identifying where to start implementing IIoT. A lot of airlines companies have already invested or have planned their budgets for near future IIoT implementations, which is why it becomes all the more important to understand what major market players are doing in the space.With such rapid advancements of IIoT in aircraft manufacturing, soon millions of sensors will start collecting several zetabytes of aircraft data. It will be exciting to explore and discover ground breaking opportunities that all of this data could bring to the aerospace and defense industry. As far as this industry is concerned, the concept of IIoT is not for distant future. Now is the right time to think and act.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Key Findings

2. INDUSTRIAL INTERNET OF THINGS (IIOT)-A RESEARCH PERSPECTIVE

  • IIoT-Emerging Themes in the Industrial Environment
  • IIoT-Key Attributes of a Smart Factory
  • Frost & Sullivan's Value Proposition in IIoT
  • Frost & Sullivan's Value Proposition in IIoT (continued)
  • Key Questions this Report Will Answer

3. PERCEIVING IIOT IN A&D MANUFACTURING

  • A&D-Industry Overview
  • A&D Manufacturing-Industry Map
  • Extending IIoT Capabilities to Manufacturing Value Chain in A&D
  • Connected Everything of Aircraft Manufacturing
  • Why is there a Need for IIoT in A&D Manufacturing?
  • Key Benefits and Potential of IIoT Across Aircraft Manufacturing Stages
  • Potential of IIoT in Aircraft Design and Engineering
  • Potential of IIoT in Aircraft Production and Assembly
  • Potential of IIoT in Aircraft Supply Chain
  • Anatomy of Aircraft Supply Chain
  • Potential of IIoT in Aircraft Aftermarket

4. KEY USE CASES FOR IIOT IMPLEMENTATION IN A&D

  • Airbus Deploys IoT to Invest in "Factories of the Future"
  • Microsoft Helps Rolls-Royce Cut Down Aircraft Engine Faults
  • Lockheed Martin Uses IoT to Maximise Life of F-35
  • Pratt & Whitney Banks on Big Data to Improve Engine Life
  • GE Aviation Uses IIoT to Manage its Internal Manufacturing Processes

5. KEY CHALLENGES

  • Infrastructure Simplification and Standardisation of Frameworks
  • Unmet Aircraft Orders, Resulting in Mammoth Backlogs
  • Use Case-IBM Watson Helps Airbus Clear a 20-year Plane Backlog
  • Companies Understand Importance of IIoT but Flounder to Implement
  • Traditional Manufacturing Methods Lack Machine Part Traceability
  • Making Sense of Operational Dark Data

6. MARKET FORECAST AND TRENDS

  • Aerospace Manufacturing Landscape-Regional Forecast
  • A&D Industry is Banking on Big Data for Proactive Health Assessment
  • Rising Focus on MRO / Aftermarket Traceability
  • IIoT will be Instrumental in Proactive Health Assessment of Aircrafts
  • Rise of Wearables will Empower Future On-field Technicians
  • Prominent Technology Developments in A&D Manufacturing
  • Future Trends Impacting the A&D Manufacturing Market

7. GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES AND COMPANIES TO ACTION

  • Growth Opportunity 1-Shared Digital Design
  • Growth Opportunity 2-Automate Manufacturing Process
  • Growth Opportunity 3-Shared Scheduling
  • Growth Opportunity 4-Reliable Delivery
  • Growth Opportunity 5-Additive Manufacturing
  • Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

8. THE LAST WORD

  • The Last Word
  • Acronyms & Abbreviations
  • Legal Disclaimer

9. THE FROST & SULLIVAN STORY

  • The Frost & Sullivan Story
  • Value Proposition-Future of Your Company & Career
  • Global Perspective
  • Industry Convergence
  • 360° Research Perspective
  • Implementation Excellence
  • Our Blue Ocean Strategy
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