Yaron Zipori

PLM and R&D Data Management Specialist

Information Technology and Services
  1. Zipori Studio
  1. Technion - Israel Institute of Technology,
  2. MAYAD Computing,
  3. Fibronics LTD
  1. Recanati Business School - Tel Aviv University

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Zipori Studio
– Present (22 years 11 months)Haifa, Israel

PLM and R&D Data Management projects leadership


Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
(3 years)Laboratory for CAD and LCE, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Information Systems Projects Manager

MAYAD Computing
(1 year 2 months)

Chief Information Officer (CIO)

Fibronics LTD
(6 years 1 month)Haifa, Israel

Systems Analyst , Programming Team Leader, Information Systems Manager


  1. English


Knowledge management in process planning(Link)

Elsevier ,CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology volume 56, issue 1, year 2007, pp. 175 - 180

Considerable research and development efforts have been devoted to Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP). Nevertheless, because the CAPP problem is complex and is characterized by many interdependent technical and business parameters and variables, no viable off-the-shelf solution is yet available that can be easily or widely implemented in industry. This paper presents an overview of the CAPP field and describes a holistic component manufacturing process planning model based on an integrated approach combining technological and business considerations. The model was derived based on available literature, an overview of the state-of-the-art in Digital Manufacturing, Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and CAPP solution providers, and a survey of Small Medium Enterprise (SME) manufacturers. This model will form the basis for developing improved decision support and knowledge management capabilities to enhance available CAPP solutions.


An analysis of design and digital manufacturing processes in a PLM environment for the aerospace industry(Link)

ASME Proceedings of the 9th Biennial Conference on Engineering Systems Design and Analysis
July 2008

The paper describes the principles and components of the PLM approach and presents a case study involving a PLM implementation at Boeing and Airbus. The case study describes the design and digital manufacturing of the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 787 aircraft. Both companies used similar tools in the PLM environment. At the time of the study (2006), Airbus used Dassault Catia V4 and Catia V5 with the Enovia PLM system, while Boeing used Dassault Catia V5 with Enovia. Major differences were found in system implementation, engineering process definitions and management methods, leading to entirely different results.


Computer aided manufacturability analysis: Closing the knowledge gap between the designer and the manufacturer(Link)

Elsevier ,CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology Volume 57, Issue 1, 2008, Pages 153–158

Manufacturing today is marked by increased competition and dispersed global organization, thus necessitating enhanced collaboration among designers and manufacturers. Nevertheless, while Design for Manufacturability (DFM) has been the subject of in-depth research over the past decades, the supporting software solutions have not as yet matured. In this paper we present a holistic approach and supporting software tool, termed the Computer Aided Manufacturability Analysis (CAMA) tool, for capitalizing on available manufacturability knowledge. This is achieved by closing the knowledge loop between the design and manufacturing environments. CAMA captures the knowledge in a structured manner and incorporates this knowledge within the product design tools (CAD systems), thus enabling improved product timeliness and profitability. CAMA represents proof of concept and constitutes a demonstrative prototype of an adaptive and open DFX tool. It is based on industrial surveys of the Knowledge, Information and Data (KID) flows in CAD, CAPP and CAM processes within the manufacturing outsourcing environment. CAMA differs from other approaches in that it is an open system that enables continuous and intuitive capture, modification and implementation of updated manufacturability KID.



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Recanati Business School - Tel Aviv University

M.Sc, Information Systems

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

B.Sc, Information Systems

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