Spirit AeroSystems to use Right Hemisphere

  • 26-Jan-2009 03:55 EST

Right Hemisphere, producer of visual product communication and collaboration solutions, announced on Jan. 20 that the world’s largest supplier of commercial airplane assemblies and components, Spirit AeroSystems, has purchased its software. Spirit plans to use it to generate “visual routers”—or animated, visual work instructions. Once they are in production later this year, the instructions will aid shop-floor personnel building fuselages in Spirit’s expanding Wichita-based manufacturing facilities. Spirit purchased Right Hemisphere’s Deep Server, Deep Access, and Deep Exploration software and will integrate them with its SAP Product Lifecycle Management software.

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