Tech-Clarity TV – Practical Advice on Creating the IoT Platform (video)

This episode of Tech-Clarity TV reviews the inherent complexity involved in supporting IoT initiatives and reviews key considerations for a successful IoT program. The video blog shares real-world perspectives from several manufacturers on building versus buying IoT and IIoT infrastructure. For more information, please see a summary of the related Ten Build Buy Factors for IoT Platforms

Solving the PLM Impasse for Midsize Manufacturers – Guest Post on Dassault Systemes

Jim Brown contributed a guest post to the Dassault Systèmes blog sharing some research on PLM for midsize manufacturing companies. The post explains how these smaller companies sometimes feel stuck between the need for a full featured PLM system to get their engineering and product development processes under control and less capable file-sharing systems that

How Top Auto Companies Realize Innovation and Manage Complexity

How Top Auto Companies Realize Innovation and Manage Complexity – Digitalization Drives Innovation and Program Performance in the Automotive Industry shares survey data and insights from the global automotive industry that detail the best practice processes and technologies the leaders use to drive higher profitability in the auto industry. The report shares that automotive OEMs and their

PTC PLM Vision 2014+

PTC is a top three PLM vendor and has a long history in engineering software and PLM. PTC’s strategy is unique, aimed at helping manufacturers achieve “Product and Service Excellence.” While other vendors have invested in “managing products across their lifecycle” – as the PLM standard definition suggests – most have focused primarily on supporting products

Tech4PD Debates Role of PLM in Embedded Software Development

In this episode analysts Jim Brown of Tech-Clarity and Lifecycle Insight’s Chad Jackson debate how PLM can best support the development of embedded software for today’s mechatronic products. Developing the software for today’s systems is complex and should be integrated into the overall product design process, including mechanical and electrical design. The product development and engineering process should be cover

System-Driven Product Development

Jim Brown continues this webcast series by presenting the challenges companies face developing mechatronic products. Jim joins Siemens PLM to discuss the importance of smarter products and how companies can manage the complexity associated with developing them. Watch the Webcast Replay