"Data"

Why PLM should have “need for speed” collaboration moment

Why PLM should have “need for speed” collaboration moment

Speed is one of the most fundamental competitive advantage these days. Companies are under continuous stress to deliver result faster. This is a time for PLM architects and developers to think about “speed” as a core competitive advantage that can help them to win over existing PLM incumbents. While setup…

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PI OC: Data, connected products and PLM silo

PI OC: Data, connected products and PLM silo

I attended PI OC (Product Innovation Orange County) event organized by Market Key. The event location was beautiful. Dana Point, California is such an idyllic place with stunning views of Pacific ocean. Combined with unusually warm weather, the event was clearly helping to many attendees from Midwest to forget about snow…

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Data as a Platform & Future Manufacturing Intelligence

Data as a Platform & Future Manufacturing Intelligence

Data is the new oil. I’m sure this is not the first time you’ve heard this phrase. But it certainly will not be the last one. If I keep an oil paradigm, data is just like crude. It is very valuable, but it unrefined. it cannot be used. Crude has…

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Data and Networks in Engineering Applications

Data and Networks in Engineering Applications

Cloud applications are getting better these days. However, most of existing mainstream engineering applications are still using files to store and retrieve information. Although a lot being said and done in the past about interoperability and data ownership, it is still a problem for most of organizations. If you think…

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PLM complex data and distributed information

PLM complex data and distributed information

Business environment is changing fast these days. For years, enterprise and manufacturing were very slow moving segments. Long production programs, dependencies on costly manufacturing shops, equipment and tools, slow decision process. All these factors together made manufacturing very conservative domain for technological disruption. Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) programs took years…

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Product Lifecycle and Federated Toolbox

Product Lifecycle and Federated Toolbox

Last Saturday I attended a roundtable discussion at COFES 2016. The name of the discussion – The Federated Toolbox was very promising. The following passage from COFES program can give you an idea of planned discussion. The Federated Toolbox. Excel rules. So do SketchUp, Rhino, and many other products that just…

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PLM IoT platforms: complexity and data scale

PLM IoT platforms: complexity and data scale

Manufacturing companies, analysts and software vendors are sharing excitement about huge potential of IoT and connected products. This is a very good news – I love the idea of things getting connected and optimized. I wish manufacturing industry will operate as smooth as my Waze navigation system by checking road condition,…

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Why Big Data opportunity for product information is huge

Why Big Data opportunity for product information is huge

Time. It is all that matters for business. The demand of customers to solve problems here and now are growing. To present 5 years roadmap is important, but to solve today’s problem is even more critical. If something will kill our business today, then 5 years roadmap can be irrelevant….

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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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