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  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    Oshkosh Corporation Corporate Overview

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    Oshkosh At a Glance  World’s leading manufacturer of specialty

    vehicles  Our vehicles move people and materials

    at work • Most protect people or property • Many lift people or property • All do so safely and efficiently

     Headquarters in Oshkosh, Wisconsin • Manufacturing in 7 countries with service in 16

    additional nations • Sales in more than 130 countries

     Four industry-leading business segments • Access Equipment • Defense • Fire & Emergency • Commercial

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    Oshkosh Corporation Locations

     Global Locations • Australia • Belgium • Canada • China • France • Romania • Mexico • Brazil

     Domestic – Wisconsin – Pennsylvania – Florida – Iowa – Minnesota – Ohio – Nebraska – Maryland

     Founded in 1917  Approximately 12,000 employees

     Fortune 350 Company  Around 85 offices/production facilities around the globe

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    Transforming – More Diverse, Global Industrial Company

    FY15E Sales (1)

    FY11 Sales

    Defense Non-Defense

    Non-Defense Sales Become Majority of Revenue by FY15

    FY13 Sales

    (1) Based on Company estimates as of September 2012 Analyst Day

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    MOVE – The Right Strategy

     Focuses on drivers that create highest shareholder value  Expected to drive higher incremental margins across non-Defense

    businesses over cycle

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    Powering Our Transformation – The Oshkosh Operating System  Customer-centric application

    of lean principles • Develops talent to deliver value

    for customers

     Improves processes needed to deliver key elements of MOVE

     Supports drive to improve cash flow

     Implementation gaining momentum

     Company-wide foundation for building shareholder value

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    The Oshkosh Operating System Culture

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    Customer Supporting Systems

    Leaders Cascade Training

    Driving Our Customer-Centric Culture OOS Foundational Training

    Customer Satisfaction

    Launched September 2013

    Launched December 2013

    Customer First

    Launched November 2012

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    Transforming Operations – Continuous Improvement Events

    Using Problem Solving Tools to Improve Paint Quality

    Developing Customer-Centric Key Performance Indicators

    Using Process Mapping to Reduce Lead Time

    Improving Station Layout to Reduce Non-Value Added Motion

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    Continue to Advance OOS Culture The OOS Journey

    Phase Zero: Exploration

    Phase One: Building the foundation

    Phase Two: Expanding with tools and deeper thinking

    Phase Three: Integration and reinforcement

    Phase Four: Building the momentum

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    Segment Overview

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    Oshkosh Corporation Moves the World at Work

    COMMERCIALDEFENSE ACCESS EQUIPMENT FIRE & EMERGENCY

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    Oshkosh Defense

    Oshkosh Defense

    MATV

    FMTV

    HET

    MTVR

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    The Oshkosh Defense Advantage

    Defense Engineering & Product

    Development

    Scalable Manufacturing & Operations

    Vertical Integration of Specialized

    Components

    Defense Program

    Management

    Vehicle Fleet Modernization

    Service, Lifecycle

    Sustainment

    Defense industry expertise that leverages the full capabilities of Oshkosh Corporation

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    Oshkosh Access

    Jerr-Dan

    JLG

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    The Access Equipment Advantage

    JLG is positioned for sustained industry leading performance

    Global Leader in Access Equipment

    Industry Leading

    Innovation

    Superior Product Range

    Full Spectrum Parts, Service, and Support

    Flexible Manufacturing

    and Supply Chain

    Global Market Presence

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    Oshkosh Fire and Emergency

    Oshkosh Airport Products

    Pierce

    Frontline

    Kewaunee

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    The Fire & Emergency Advantage

    Innovation Leader

    Premier Distribution and Service

    Unrivaled Product

    Performance

    #1 Brands

    Leading global provider of specialty vehicles that serve, protect and save lives

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    Oshkosh Commercial

    IMT

    McNeilus

    CON-E-CO

    London

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    The Commercial Advantage: Street Smart, Street Tough

    Broadest Product Line

    Direct Distribution,

    Customer Intimacy

    Scalable, Flexible

    Manufacturing & Operations

    Access to Technology, Alternative

    Fuels Leadership

    Innovation and New Product Development

    Best in class Aftermarket Service and

    Support

    Integrated factory

    Refuse collection vehicle product line

    Alternative fuel technology

  • MOVING THE WORLD AT WORK

    Where is Electrical Engineering Used?

    March 11, 20142014 ISI Annual Industrials Conference 21

    Touch Screen CAN Bus Joystick Keypads

    Control Modules Power Distribution

    Wire Harnesses Hydraulic Control

    ECU TCU

    VECU Lighting

    Firmware Application Software Pneumatic Control

    Temperature Sensors Pressure Sensors Speed Sensors

    FETs Current Feedback

    Diodes Component Protection

    Environmental Component Protection

    Op Amps

    Simulation Service Tools

  • What to Expect from a Career in Engineering at Oshkosh Corporation

  • Engineering Career Paths

    • Three primary paths emerge after a few years of employment – Engineering Technical Leader/Expert – Engineering Management – Engineering Project Management

    • All paths are equally critical to the success of the company

    • Employee and company must find best fit for employee to be happy and successful

    • Individual path depends on: – Interests, skill set, personality traits, etc.

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    Manager Technical

    Associate Engineer

    Sr. Engineer

    Engineer

    Principal EngineerProject Engineer

    Sr. Principal EngineerSr. Project Engineer

    Chief Engineer

    Sr. Chief Engineer

    Director

    Sr. Director

    Engineering Path

  • Oshkosh Engineering

    • Oshkosh is a very engineering centric corporation – Engineers have a lot of authority, and responsibility

    • Pride in ownership – We build products that keep people safe while they do their jobs,

    and we’re the best in the world at it.

    • There are many different engineering specialties represented at Oshkosh – All functions are interrelated – Engineers frequently perform and assist in activities outside of their

    specialty

  • Oshkosh Engineering – Design Functions

    • Mechanical Engineering – Select and develop a wide variety of mechanical and structural components to meet

    requirements

    • Electrical Engineering – Select and design components within the electrical system of the product

    • Software Engineering – Develop embedded software to control or monitor subsystems or components on the vehicles

    • Materials Engineering – Select materials (metallic, composite, etc.) and processes to meet requirements, and analyze

    failures down to molecular level

    • Controls Engineering – Develop algorithms or software to control advanced vehicle systems using model based

    development tools or methodologies

    Hydraulics/Pneumatics Engineering – Provides hydraulic/pneumatic expertise and design solutions for all company product lines

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    Metallic Grain Structure Analysis

    Controls Software Design

  • Oshkosh Engineering - Analysis Functions

    • Test and Development Engineering – Facilitate production and development by conducting component, system, and vehicle testing to

    validate quality, performance, or reliability before putting it into widespread use.

    Product Safety Engineering – Establish safety requirements and provide design guidance to eliminate environmental, health and

    safety risk

    Reliability & Maintainability Engineering – Assess potential failure modes and impact of design decisions on the reliability, availability, and

    maintainability of products

    Modeling & Simulation Engineering – Utilize advanced simulation software (vehicle dynamics, fluid dynamics, etc.) to rapidly and efficiently

    assess, in a virtual environment, hundreds of design variables to determine the best solution