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PILOT: PLM helps you streamline workflows and devote more time to engineering and creating innovative products. Manage data and processes, work on collaborative projects and quickly find the information you need.

PILOT: PLM allows you to manage data and processes, organize the teamwork of specialists and quickly find the information you need. Using the PILOT: PLM will help you streamline your workflows and devote more time to engineering and creating innovative products.

PILOT: PLM is a software platform that allows you to create information systems for managing product data taking into account the specifics of any machine-building enterprise, as well as a set of application modules that provide solutions to typical, standardized tasks in specific areas.

The basic functions of the LOTSMAN: PLM software platform are

Pilot modules: PLM allow you to solve problems in such subject areas as technological preparation of production, change management of design and technological documentation, archival accounting of technical documentation, as well as solve other specific problems.

API and SDK development tools, as well as business configuration and administration tools, allow you to configure and scale the LOTSMAN: PLM system in accordance with various enterprise requirements.


LOTMAN product data: PLM is a collection of interconnected information objects having a set of attributes and files describing properties (characteristics), design, manufacturing technology and other information about the product at a certain stage of its life cycle. A complete set of such interconnected information objects describing the product forms an electronic description of the product.

In addition to organizing product data in LOTSMAN: PLM, there are mechanisms that allow you to keep records of documents in various presentation forms (in electronic form, on paper) on various media (paper, files on storage devices) stored or in use, to ensure necessary documents of subscribers (production, engineering services, external contractors) and keep subscriber records.


The structural basic electronic description of the product in LOTSMAN: PLM is the electronic structure of the product (ESI) - a hierarchically related set of information objects of various types, depending on the type of ESI. For example, the constructive electronic structure of the product is represented by such elements as assembly units, complexes, parts, standard and other products, sets. Technological ESI can additionally include technological assemblies, with the help of which the components are structured in one way or another, taking into account the peculiarities of the manufacture of the product (for example, the assembly sequence).

The formation of ESI is possible both by creating information objects by the user in the LOTSMAN: PLM interface, and by automatically creating them based on information from CAD document files.

Configuration management mechanisms in LOTSMAN: PLM allow you to create multivariate product structures, eliminating the need to describe each option in full, instead describing only the differences (options, replacements, options). In the standards of the ESKD series, a similar role is played by executions and production and technological options for manufacturing products. PILOT: PLM provides support for executions and production and technological options (the so-called “permissible replacements”), taking into account all the requirements for their entry in derivatives (design specifications, statements, etc.).


Universal Pilot Integration Mechanism: PLM allows you to interact not only with KOMPAS-3D, VERTICAL and other ASCON products, but also with various third-party solutions. The base delivery contains modules for integration with SolidWorks and AutoCAD. Within the framework of the implementation project, integration with CAD systems such as Inventor, CATIA, Creo, NX, Solid Edge is possible. Interaction with EDA solutions Altium Designer, Delta Design is supported.

The closest integration is implemented for ASCON tool programs: KOMPAS-3D and VERTICAL. In these bundles, information exchange mechanisms are implemented taking into account various requirements of domestic standards (ESKD, ESTD). For example, in the integration links between the LOTSMAN: PLM and such documents as the design specification, assembly drawing, electronic model of the assembly unit, the ESKD requirements for positioning, designing zones on drawings, recording data in various sections of the specification, recording acceptable substitutions and substitute materials are taken into account. These requirements are taken into account in such a way that the user does not need to re-enter data in different documents and in the LOTSMAN: PLM.


The specialized LOTSMAN WorkFlow module, designed to manage the enterprise’s business processes, allows each participant to receive initial data, record the results of their work and transfer tasks to other process participants, and managers get the opportunity to monitor the work and automatically receive notifications of violation of deadlines.

The most common application for the process control subsystem is the approval and approval of documents and data. To support the approval procedures in the LOTSMAN: PLM built-in electronic signature mechanisms (both simple and enhanced). During the verification of the document, the coordinator can, without opening the document in the tool (for example, the CAD system), view its contents in the special secondary presentation workspace. At the secondary presentation, you can not only view documents, but also perform text and graphic annotations, fixing your comments on the contents and design of the document.


Engineering processes require planning and monitoring on an ongoing basis.

Pilot functional: PLM allows you to plan and track the implementation of both individual tasks and their aggregates, organized in work plans at the level of individual specialists, departments, departments and the whole organization. The system allows you to create a plan in the form of a structure of interrelated work, to connect tasks with each other, set planned deadlines, assign performers, and priorities. The display of the work plan is possible both in tabular form and in the form of a Gantt chart. After creating a work plan, the system will help to identify various planning conflicts, for example, related to the excess of the planned load over the available amount of resources


The messaging subsystem allows specialists to exchange messages containing links to objects and documents within the system, significantly accelerating the communication of specialists.


PILOT: PLM allows you to generate reports in office suite formats (Microsoft Office, OpenOffice), as well as using the FastReport report generator. Specialists of the enterprise can independently, or with the help of an integrator, implement any logic for selecting data for output to reports using scripts, configure arbitrary templates (forms) of reports in accordance with the requirements of enterprise standards. The most common standardized reports in accordance with the requirements of the ESKD and ESTD series standards are delivered ready-made (for example, design specification, list of purchased products, list of materials, etc.).