Search Results For: “granularity”

“Branch & merge” debates and PDM granularity

“Branch & merge” debates and PDM granularity

Do you remember discussions about true and fake  clouds few years ago? It was a trend among PLM and ERP vendors trying to prove that “my cloud” is the best one. Want to get back and read some of these stories? Here are few links on old posts from me and…

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How Granularity and Google Lockdown will drive PLM Excels

How Granularity and Google Lockdown will drive PLM Excels

One of the technological trends I’m observing these days is a trend towards granularity. Speaking about marketing, the word granularity sounds nice. I don’t know if I have a right to vote about how it sounds with my “broken English”. At the same time, Al Dean of Develop3D opinion about…

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PLM, Granularity and Engineering Numbers

PLM, Granularity and Engineering Numbers

I think, the future of engineering software belongs to solutions that will provide a higher level of granularity. More flexible and granular solutions will be able to provide a better way to be tailored to satisfy customer needs. In the past, I had a chance to write about granularity in…

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PLM Model: Granularity, Bottom-Up and Change

Few weeks ago, I had chance to post about PLM Data Model. I think, PLM space has a real lack of discussions about data modeling. It seems to me, PLM vendors and developers are too focused on process management, user experience and other catchy trends. At the same time, everybody…

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Digital Transformation – Documents, Bridges, and Information Flows

Digital Transformation – Documents, Bridges, and Information Flows

In the manufacturing world, there is a lot of talk about documents and information flow. What’s the difference? And which one is more important? In this blog post, we’ll discuss the differences between documents and information flow, and explain why information flow is so important in manufacturing. There are a…

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CAD & PLM Applications, Data-Centric Architectures, and Cloud-Native Systems

CAD & PLM Applications, Data-Centric Architectures, and Cloud-Native Systems

Engineering and manufacturing systems are moving to the cloud. Born in the cloud, “cloud-native” systems are more efficient, scalable, and reliable than traditional systems. A big part of this shift is data-centric architecture. Data-centric architectures move away from monolithic data management systems towards granular and flexible data model that allows…

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From CAD Files To Engineering Data Platforms

From CAD Files To Engineering Data Platforms

Data is everywhere these days and I see more and more people taking data seriously when it comes to the business and organization of engineering systems. Back two decades ago, CAD file was a foundation of engineering data. In my life, it was AutoCAD, which became the first example of…

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AEC and Digital Thread for Construction Projects

AEC and Digital Thread for Construction Projects

Hexagon’s Article The Digital Thread Comes to BIM brings an interesting perspective on the industrial development of construction projects and how BIM fits in the overall lifecycle of building assets. My favorite passage is this one – This same concept of the digital thread can, and is, being applied to…

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