Posts by: Oleg

The Future of PLM Data Modeling – RDF/OWL vs SQL?

The Future of PLM Data Modeling – RDF/OWL vs SQL?

How do you envision the future of PLM data modeling? In my earlier posts, I was talking about some of the trends that are happening in PLM architecture and technologies these days. If you missed them, here are some of the links to them. A growing role of data in…

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Autodesk Forge, Cloud Information Models, and Digital Thread

Autodesk Forge, Cloud Information Models, and Digital Thread

Earlier this week, I attended Autodesk Forge Data Day in Boston. I could not miss the event with such a fascinating name “data” inside as well as to have an opportunity to meet with the Autodesk development partnership team led by Jim Quanci. Autodesk Forge Platform I’ve been following Forge…

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How PLM Can Build Ontologies?

How PLM Can Build Ontologies?

When I started my work at PLM, everything was about the software. What software to develop and use? It was important to learn about what is the right database and programming language to build software. Much less focus was on how the application is storing the information and managing it…

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Autodesk PLM Trajectories 2022 and Future Platform Openness

Autodesk PLM Trajectories 2022 and Future Platform Openness

I’ve been following Autodesk PLM development for the last decade. It has many turns during that time- from ignoring PLM as a discipline with a famous Carl Bass anti-PLM rap to becoming the first large CAD company to start a cloud PLM business. Here are a few of my previous…

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PLM Strategy For Post COVID Time

PLM Strategy For Post COVID Time

The last three years were one of the most turbulent in the history of PLM. COVID, supply chain challenges and now growing cost of energy sources amid the Ukraine war are creating one of the most challenging environments for manufacturing companies. Altogether, it brings many questions to people that are…

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Microsoft Build 2022 – To Inspire Future PLM?

Microsoft Build 2022 – To Inspire Future PLM?

Earlier last week, I shared my perspective on how I see the future of post-monolithic PLM systems. If you missed that, please check my article – A post-monolithic PLM world: data and system architecture. I can see a future of PLM services, built on top of an open cloud platform…

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A Post-Monolithic PLM world – Data And System Architecture

A Post-Monolithic PLM world – Data And System Architecture

Manufacturing is in the midst of a digital transformation. And it means that the industry is changing. For more than two decades in the industry, I’ve seen a number of PDM and PLM systems, and, although there are many successful PLM systems and implementations, the number of problems in PLM…

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