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PLM v BIM: United Or Separated?

PLM v BIM: United Or Separated?

Crossing boundaries is always lots of fun and opportunities. In blogging, it usually sparks so many discussions between people you can hardly see together. My recent blog PLM v BIM: common or different? surprised with the amount of debates on Facebook among my English and Russian speaking friends. Some of…

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PLM v BIM: Common or Different?

PLM v BIM: Common or Different?

As a matter of fact, PLM and BIM domains are quite independent. Nevertheless, I can hear more and more voices recently trying to create a marriage between these two. The latest one that caught my attention just before New Year party was Jos Voskuil’s blog – 2014 The year the…

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Why PLM and BIM fail in the same way?

Why PLM and BIM fail in the same way?

I want to come back to the topic that drives more of my interest lately – BIM and PLM. In my view, PLM and BIM have some future potential. It will come from “post-interoperability” world – the word when vendors stop fighting data and will start a fight for openness….

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BIM Open Source – Stimulus for PLM?

BIM Open Source – Stimulus for PLM?

Open source is trending. I think, Android success and some other OSS projects created some winds towards future open source adoption. In my view, companies are taking notes. I was reading Graphic Speak article Autodesk releases Revit IFC Explorter as open source. Autodesk today released its Industry Foundation Classes (IFC)…

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COFES, PLM, BIM and Augmented Reality

COFES, PLM, BIM and Augmented Reality

The first day at COFES 2011 over. I hope, you had a chance to follow COFES 2011 via twitter (COFES2011). If not, navigate your browser to the following link. COFES is always a good time to have a conversion with bunch of really smart people. It gives lots of materials for inspiration…

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PLM Practice in Building Industry?

PLM Practice in Building Industry?

I read TechCrunch publication New York City To Put QR Codes On All Building Permits By 2013 this morning. This publication made me think about some common approaches that can be used  in PLM and BIM software. Time ago, I had a chance to share my thoughts about PLM and BIM similarity. According to TechCrucnh:…

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PLM Downstream – Sent from my iPad?

I had a chance to read “Sent from my iPad”  on VEKTORRM last week. Dave Angelotti discussed an option to use iPad as a field device. It seems interesting. It made me think about lots of un-realized options for PLM innovation in downstream. Last year, I wrote – PLM content downstream…

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PLM Downstream – Sent from my iPad?

PLM Downstream – Sent from my iPad?

I had a chance to read “Sent from my iPad”  on VEKTORRM last week. Dave Angelotti discussed an option to use iPad as a field device. It seems interesting. It made me think about lots of un-realized options for PLM innovation in downstream. Last year, I wrote – PLM content…

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PLM and Design Buildings

PLM and Design Buildings

Almost a year ago, I posted PLM and BIM – Common Roots Or Common Future. I think these two domains will have very interesting trajectories in the future. I’m continuously coming back in my thinking about the potential of PLM and BIM together. Last week, I read Solidsmack post – Design Buildings Using…

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PLM and BIM Interplay in Enterprise Data

PLM and BIM Interplay in Enterprise Data

Interesting news drove my attention yesterday. Bentley System made an acquisition of the company called Enterprise Informatics. When I was reading press release, my guess was that Bentley decided to expand their capabilities in data management. Especially, this expansion can be very interesting when working in construction and power process…

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