Benchmarking Basic And Advanced

Benchmarking and tear down is esentially an idispensable weapon of any company that continually maps the current vehicles across the contemporary vehicles from local or global competetiors in order to map the fall backs and see where are we are standing and what are the oppurtunities and threats prevailing that could impact the business. TDBM is an methodical process of capturing the features that add values to customers and the engineering details that are smartly executed by other car makers globally. TDBM involves comparing the cars with your own car across features, prices, sourcing priorities, materials used, new technology implemented, weights, materials, price points. Mapping all these items across the competetion and making use of these to make your own cars more competent, agile, and a great value add product to customer hence make and build your car brand across years, decades.

What are the contents :

  1. What is benchmarking process and why it is done.
  2. How it is done.
  3. Where it is done.
  4. When it is done.
  5. Who does it.
  6. Basic primary requirements of engineers before they start the benchmarking process.
  7. What it really takes to make benchmarking a success task.
  8. What are the infrastructure level requirements of benchmarking task.
  9. Organising the resources, man-machine, money for the benchmarking process.
  10. What are the time frames to estimate the duration of TDBM.
  11. Why benchmarking shall be done by expert domain engineers only to make it a success task.
  12. How to record observations during benchmarking and how to record it.
  13. How to apply your domain skills to record the observatiions.
  14. How to identify the designers intent and smartness while benchmarking and recording those observations.
  15. Organising the other peripheral data of benchmarking i.e. recording photos, weights, materials, coating, welding, fit and finish, corrosion treatments, length, width, height, technical observation which reveals any special observation about the part .
  16. Compiling the BOM structure, rolled up weights, blank sizes and estimating the DMC.
  17. Presenting the TDBM report to the customers or internal top managements to make out the decisions for the current range of products.
  18. Adding your own technical touch to the benchmarking that offers a immense value to the customer.
  19. Making an add-delete list for your product and listing the trim-down features list.
  20. Benchmarking from ergonomics and regulatory perspectives.

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