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How Product Line Engineering (PLE) Creates a Competitive Advantage

How Product Line Engineering (PLE) Creates a Competitive Advantage: Removing Time, Cost, and Complexity from the Systems Lifecycle discusses the growing importance of embedded software in today's products and the resulting complexity. The report highlights the negative impacts of not managing this complexity. … [ read more ]

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Getting Started with PDM (animation)

This short Tech-Clarity TV animation explains how manufacturers can get started with Product Data Management. The video offers findings from The Business Value of Product Data Management that finds that manufacturers can get off to a fast start with preconfigured solutions but still leave themselves room to … [ read more ]

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Webinar: Addressing Bottlenecks in Simulation

Michelle Boucher will share her recent research on Simulation Bottlenecks during a webinar on Thursday September 29 at 2:00 EDT. Digital Engineering's Kenneth Wong will moderate this webinar sponsored by Siemens Femap. This webinar will reveal: The top improvement areas you should focus on to get even … [ read more ]

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Survey: Composites for A&D

Are you in the aerospace and defense industry (A&D) or a supplier for A&D? Do you work with composites? If so, please share your experience with composites by participating in this research and completing the survey. We are exploring topics such as: what is the material make-up of your parts?Are … [ read more ]

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Composite State of the Market (Survey Findings)

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 … [ read more ]

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On this episode Chad and I debate whether 3D CAD is for documenting designs after the fact (very valuable for the enterprise, we both agree) or whether engineers can use the tools as they design. My stance – 3D is for designing. His stance – 2D is the right tool for design, and then it can be pulled into 3D. Watch Tech4PD Episode 4 – CAD: For Design or Documentation.

And don’t forget to vote – one of us is going to take the polar bear plunge.

Oh, and you can find out about the last show as well – did the audience say that social computing is not ready for ad-hoc processes and collaboration and make me get a temporary tattoo? Or did you say it was ready and Chad ended up with the temporary logo emblazoned on him? Watch to find out.

PS – This episode definitely wins for my favorite show screen capture!

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