How do leading manufacturers use cloud software to support product innovation, product development, engineering, and manufacturing? Please share your experience, thoughts, and lessons learned in this new survey on cloud software for product innovation and manufacturing. If you already completed the survey –> please share with a colleague or on social media using the “Share/Save” buttons above.
Jim Brown contributed a guest post to the Siemens PLM Community blog discussing how digitalization impacts the production of consumer packaged goods such as food and beverages. Digital enterprise in the food and beverage industry opens up a number of opportunities to improve manufacturing productivity and agility, all while maintaining or improving cost and quality.
Jim Brown contributed a guest post, Innovation Platforms – the Operating System for the Digital Enterprise, on the value of innovation platforms published in the Dassault Systèmes’ Navigate the Future blog. The post shares the value an integrated platform of solutions provides to engineers, the enterprise, and toward achieving digital transformation. The post also covers
Tech-Clarity’s research report, Composites State of the Market: Using Composites as a Competitive Advantage, examines survey findings on material trends and composites. Over 240 companies participated in the survey. The research finds that new materials are a significant source of product complexity. The research also finds that of new materials, composites in particular, will see a
At Microsoft Envision, Tech-Clarity’s Michelle Boucher will chair a panel that includes: Luis Baldez, Software Strategy Program Manager, 3D Printing, HP Prabhjot Singh, Manager, Additive Manufacturing Lab, GE Global Research Simon Floyd, Director Strategy, Product Lifecycle Management, Microsoft Microsoft Envision takes place in New Orleans to April 4 – April 6. The panel discussion will explore
Developing the STEM Workforce of the Future: Partnering to Meet the Demand for Engineering and Manufacturing Talent discusses the shortcomings of the current education system in producing a sufficient number of qualified candidates to fill engineering and manufacturing jobs. The study doesn’t focus on the gap, but instead identifies some of the causes and explores