"Data"

How PLM can ride big data trend in 2015

How PLM can ride big data trend in 2015

Few month ago, I shared the story of True & co – company actively experimenting and leveraging data science to improve design and customer experience. You can catch up by navigating on the following link – PLM and Big Data Driven Product Design. One of the most interesting pieces of…

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PLM: from sync to link

PLM: from sync to link

Data has an important place in our life.┬áShopping lists, calendars, emails, websites, family photos, trip videos, documents, etc. We want our data to be well organized and easy to find. Marketing folks like to use the term – data at your fingertips. However, the reality is just opposite. Data is…

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IoT and PLM have common problem – data interoperability

IoT and PLM have common problem – data interoperability

One of the heavily debated topics in CAD/PLM industry is data interoperability. I remember discussion about data interoperability and standards 10-15 years ago. Even vendors made some progress in establishing of independent data formats, the problem is still here. At the same time, I’m convinced that successful interoperability will play…

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How to visualize future PLM data?

How to visualize future PLM data?

I have a special passion for data and data visualization. We do it every day in our life. Simple data, complex data, fast data, contextual data… These days, we are surrounded by data as never before. Think about typical engineer 50-60 years ago. Blueprints, some physical models… Not much information….

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Importance of data curation for PLM implementations

Importance of data curation for PLM implementations

The speed of data creation is amazing these days. According to the last IBM research, 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. I’m not sure if IBM counting all enterprise data, but it doesn’t change much- we have lots of…

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PLM security: data and classification complexity

PLM security: data and classification complexity

Security. It is hard to underestimate the importance of the topic. Information is one of the biggest assets companies have. Data and information is a lifeblood of every engineering and manufacturing organization. This is a key element of company IP. Combined of 3D models, Bill of Materials, manufacturing instructions, suppliers…

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PLM implementations: nuts and bolts of data silos

PLM implementations: nuts and bolts of data silos

Data is an essential part of every PLM implementation. It all starts from data – design, engineering, manufacturing, supply chain, support, etc. Enterprise systems are fragmented and representing individual silos of enterprise organization. To manage product data located in multiple enterprise data silos is a challenge for every PLM implementation….

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What PLM Architects and Developers Need to Know about NoSQL?

What PLM Architects and Developers Need to Know about NoSQL?

People keep asking me questions about NoSQL. The buzzword “NoSQL” isn’t new. However, I found it still confusing, especially for developers mostly focusing on enterprise and business applications. For the last decade, database technology went from single decision to much higher level of diversity. Back in 1990s, the decision of…

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PLM One Big Silo

PLM One Big Silo

Silos is an interesting topic in enterprise software. And it is a very important topic for product lifecycle management. Why so? Because, PLM is heavily relies on the ability to work and communicated across the organization and extended value chain. Accessing information in multiple departments, functional domains and application is…

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Will PLM Vendors Jump into Microsoft Cloud Window in Europe?

Will PLM Vendors Jump into Microsoft Cloud Window in Europe?

Cloud is raising lots of controversy in Europe. While manufacturing companies in U.S. are generally more open towards new tech, European rivals are much more conservative. Many of my industry colleagues in Germany, France, Switzerland and other EU countries probably can confirm that. Europe is coming to cloud systems, but…

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