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IoT platforms and PLM software landscape

IoT platforms and PLM software landscape

I continue to reflect on everything I’ve learned last week at PTC LiveWorx. One of the most important messages was the reassurance of how PLM is important in the overall strategy of digital transformation. According to Jim Hepplemann, CEO of PTC, there is no way you can digitally transform manufacturing…

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CAD events – from monitors to physical products

CAD events – from monitors to physical products

I’ve been asked many times why I like CAD and PLM? One of the main reasons – connection to real-world products. These physical objects – cars, airplanes, houses, computers, but recently much wider scope of products is fascinating. To understand how these things are built is by itself one of…

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LiveWorks 2019 – PLM is Cool

LiveWorks 2019 – PLM is Cool

I’m attending PTC LiveWorx at Boston Convention center. Yesterday, during the keynote, PTC CEO Jim Heppelmann presented current strategic update and vision of PTC in Digital Transformation. For the last few years, PTC was investing a lot in IoT, AR/AI technologies and product using acquisition and new product development. Some…

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Manufacturing Web and  for the Future of Product Lifecycle

Manufacturing Web and for the Future of Product Lifecycle

Earlier this week, I had a privilege to present at IDE 2019 Summer School. The topic Beyond Transformation and Digital Enterprise brought a wide range of discussions from big data, artificial intelligence, product lifecycle and variety of industry examples demonstrating applications current and future of these technologies. In my presentation…

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3DEXPERIENCE cloud – pros, cons, nuts and bolts…

3DEXPERIENCE cloud – pros, cons, nuts and bolts…

Remember a few years ago, we had many discussions about PLM cloud. This is just one example of my article from 2016 – Chasing the right PLM cloud. Fast forward in 2019 and we are past PLM cloud wars. The time of cloud vs no-cloud debates are over and vendors…

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Who needs cloud CAD?

Who needs cloud CAD?

I’ve been catching up on reading during the past long weekend in U.S. GrabCAD article – The Need for Cloud-Based CAD Software caught my attention. The author, Len Williams works for designairspace – a software outfit selling cloud hosting service for CAD workstations. My special attention was caught by the…

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