Archive for January, 2011
3D, Games and Product Development
Almost two years ago, I published the following post – Virtual World: Where is the boarder between game and PLM software? Gaming technology is developing very fast. Today’s games open lots of opportunities to improve existing design and engineering software, as well as to develop a new class of application….
SolidWorks n!Fuze: The Cloud Remake of PLM Collaboration?
This week SolidWorks presents the new product SolidWorks n!Fuze. The actual presentation didn’t happen yet. Today is the 3rd day of SolidWorks World. The 3rd day General Session is usually devoted to Product presentations. After that, I’m going to join the press conference with executive management of DS SolidWorks Corp….
CAD, PLM and End of Microsoft Dominance
Last week, during PLM Innovation Congress in London, I talked about future trends in PLM and engineering software. If you missed my presentation there, navigate your browser to the following link to see my presentation. One of the trends I mentioned is the end of Microsoft’s dominance. This week, on…
SolidWorks: From Files To PLM?
PLM: Share Data or Die
PLM Innovaton 2011: Short Summary and Hashtag Album
PLM Innovation 2011: PLM and Engineering Software Trends
I’m attending PLM Innovation Congress 2011 in London these days. Lots of interesting presentations and discussions are going here. I recommend you to follow #plminnovation2011 twitter stream for updates. Yesterday, I had a chance to talk and run the panel about the future PLM and Engineering Software trends. Here is my presentations…
PLM Collaboration and SaaS Wake-Up Call
I read on Forrester Blog about acquisition of Dimdim by Salesforce.com. T.J. Keits of Forrester is discussing various aspects of Dimdim advantages as well as Salesforce acquisition details. Last year, I had a chance to try out Dimdim and I found the environment very convenient. The following characteristics of Dimdim…
PLM Innovation Congress 2011
I’m going to attend PLM Innovation Congress 2011 in London this week. Navigate to this link to see the program and list of delegates. Please use the following Twitter hashtag #plminnovation2011 to following the event. If you are coming there, I’m looking forward to meet you. I will be live twittering…