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TEC Talk Boston: Manufacturing and Construction Smile

TEC Talk Boston: Manufacturing and Construction Smile

Earlier this week I attended TEC Talk. This is almost traditional gathering organized by TechSoft3D – a software outfit selling visualization software and development tools to many of CAD and other software vendors and industrial customers. If you first time heard about TechSoft3D. The core product was developed many years…

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Siemens Xelerates Beyond PLM

Siemens Xelerates Beyond PLM

Another day and one more conference to follow online. Thanks to social media, twitter and a large group of analysts attending 2019 Siemens Media & Analyst Conference in New York. Few interesting news and data points that I caught during the screening of tweets I wanted to share with you….

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Who needs PLM standards?

Who needs PLM standards?

In the past few weeks, I found the topic of “PLM standards” came across multiple times. I brought the discussion about standards in the last few articles. If you missed my earlier articles, check these links below. Is there a value in PLM data standards? Do we need standards like…

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Digital Lifecycle and Future PLM Networks

Digital Lifecycle and Future PLM Networks

Last week, I presented at ConX19 (Digital Lifecycle and Future PLM Networks) event organized by IpX – The Institute for Process Excellence. If you around for a long time, you might know IpX through the model known as CM2 focused on Configuration Management. With roots into military standards such as…

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What can we learn from PLM Elders?

What can we learn from PLM Elders?

One of the presentations during last ConX19 event last week in San-Diego, was from Craig Brown, former PLM leader of GM, today CIMdata Executive Consultant or how he called himself during the presentation – “PLM Elder”. I captured a few slides to share as well as wanted to share some…

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The role of data flow in future PLM network platforms

The role of data flow in future PLM network platforms

For the last few years, I’m following the implementation of the PLM system and related infrastructure at  Facebook. If you missed my earlier blog from COFES 2019, I shared a glimpse of what Facebook PLM team does. Check it here. The purpose of PLM development at Facebook is to build…

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Conx19 Day 1 – How to make, control and sustain a change?

Conx19 Day 1 – How to make, control and sustain a change?

Yesterday was my first day at Conx19. Great organization and inspiring speakers. I was reflecting on presentation and discussions. Here is my take on everything that was discussed and presented. It is about change management. Change is hard and it is the most unwelcoming thing for companies. It is hard…

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USS Midway – History and Product Lifecycle

USS Midway – History and Product Lifecycle

I’m in San-Diego to attend IpX ConX19 event. Yesterday, I spent half-day visiting USS Midway. It was my second visit to this ship. The first one was a long time ago during one of Solidworks World events in San-Diego. This time, I was able to spend more time on the…

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PLM Digital Value Chain

PLM Digital Value Chain

I’m coming to PI PLMx 2019 San-Diego. If you never heard about PI PLMx, check it out here. One of the very few vendor-independent events in PLM, engineering and manufacturing software. This year event is focusing on my favorite topic – value chain. Back in 2012, I wrote a blog…

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