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What is the oldest CAD / PLM software in use today?

What is the oldest CAD / PLM software in use today?

The technology around us is changing very fast. Even if you are 17 year old, you can already find your first computer equipment or electronic toy in a museum. Last weekend, I had a chance to visit Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. If you are checking around San Francisco and…

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PLM Best Practices and Henry Ford Mass Production System

PLM Best Practices and Henry Ford Mass Production System

If you are in PLM business, I’m sure you are familiar with term called “best practices”. The term is widely used to explain how PLM system can be deployed, how to manage data and how to organize and optimize product development processes. So, where are roots of PLM best practices…

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CAD and Design Interaction: 50 years in 3 videos

CAD and Design Interaction: 50 years in 3 videos

My father was engineer. As a child, I’ve been coming to my dad’s office to watch how engineers designed metallurgical plants and heavy industrial machines. Back that days, the design was all about drawing boards and paper. Fast forward in our days. Lots of things changed. Our design interaction is…

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Total PLMification and Paper vs. Software Thoughts

Total PLMification and Paper vs. Software Thoughts

“Hardware is what it is. Software is what it does”. I’ve got this brilliant quote from Dick Morley at COFES Russia last month. It made me think about frustration people have sometimes working with Product Lifecycle Management systems. From my personal experience, the biggest lesson PLM industry must learn is…

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