Lockheed Martin selects iBASEt digital manufacturing suite
iBASEt's digital manufacturing suite has been selected by Lockheed Martin as the manufacturing execution system (MES) for its aeronautics division, the company announced on 25 April.
The contract will see the implementation of iBASEt's digital manufacturing MES solution across Lockheed Martin's aeronautics division, which designs and manufactures military aircraft.
iBASEt's MES solution offers better visibility, control and velocity to aerospace and defence manufacturers. The solution has been designed to improve manufacturing spans, quality and compliance by giving operators complete visibility into their product production and offering better efficiency and continuous improvement through data capture and analysis.
Naveen Poonian, president of iBASEt, said: ‘As iBASEt continues to expand in aerospace and defence on a global scale, our contract agreement with Lockheed Martin showcases the company's commitment to assisting clients in establishing a foundation for their digital manufacturing.
‘iBASEt's MES solution is designed to help Lockheed Martin modernise manufacturing operations to efficiently meet global demand for aircraft production while helping to reduce operational cost.’
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