The challenge for this automobile manufacturer’s EUR 1.5 million warehouse project in Vitoria, Spain, was to incorporate into existing
production processes the correct coordinate system positioning and GIS special functions. Mercedes-Benz España’s digital planning method
was to optimize processes among product development, production planning, and factory operations.
Since MicroStation has the ability to interface to digital factory systems, it was especially well suited as an integration platform for parallel
factory and management planning for all process participants, including external production partners. Shortened planning times due to
collision testing on the model enabled a faster and less complicated construction process, resulting in a reduction of construction costs due
to avoidance of errors.
This RUB 5 million project was part of the overall ESUNPP project within the scope of LUKOIL-Engineering. The goal was to reduce the
duration of the project by real-time monitoring of the project status. This was achieved by uniform access to project information, planning
and tracking deadlines for carrying out work on schedule, automation of routine document tasks, and harmonization of project documents.
Using Project Wise, the team could quickly verify and validate design project estimates and documentation. User-level access controls were
implemented as part of standard system security, with the finished PSD files placed in the system to which the client was provided access.
Minimizing routine operations for the participants of the project led to a reduction in work stress and tension among participants.
LUKOIL-Engineering LLC | Russia
An Integrated System for Managing Research and Development Manufacturing Projects
Mercedes-Benz España S.A. | Vitoria, Spain
High-shelf Warehouse for Frame Sequencing (ASP)
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