Does Boeing’s New Workflow Signal a Shift in Engineering?


Key Points:

  1. With a digital twin engineering workflow, you can visualize your assembly line and design at the same time and you no longer have to wait for a physical prototype to be built before you start putting the assembly line together.
  2. This process requires the right, workflow and change in culture on how teams work together, but if done right it can lower the cost of failure.
  3. You need to be able to design the product up front so that you can later push corrections through software modules to the product as you see issues.


Boeing has plans to switch to an entirely different engineering workflow. They will start to use the digital twin engineering workflow and with that switch the relationship between design team, engineering team and manufacturing team is ever more important. MarketScale talked with Maziar Adl Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Gocious LLC on what sort of impact that this new workflow can have as well as how this method could impact production speed and efficiency.

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