Discover our case study: How Dassault Aviation
optimizes the assembly of the Rafale wings with Diota
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The assembly operations of aeronautical structures require many variable tasks (riveting, drilling, fastener installation…) and present a high complexity that can be a source of errors for the operators.
In order to help operators avoid mistakes, Dassault Aviation uses the Digital-Assisted Operator solution.
How to efficiently guide operators during pinning operations while reducing the risk of errors?
| Diota Solution
Pinning instructions (references and locations), directly from the Dassault Systèmes PLM, are projected exhaustively on the wing structure.
The benefits are multiple and range from quality optimization through better ergonomics to increased productivity.
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Reduce the risk of positioning errors of fasteners during pinning, drilling, and milling operations
Digital pinning instruction sheets (references and locations), directly from Dassault Systems PLM, are projected exhaustively on the structure.
Optimized quality, easier identification and more reliable execution, considerably reduced risk of errors.