What does it take to become a model-base enterprise (MBE)? Is your company considering adopting MBE? Are you curious about what others are doing? Would you like to transition from 3D CAD to MBD (Model-Based Definition), but get more from it?
We are researching MBE adoption trends, best practices, and common challenges associated with becoming a model-based enterprise. We invite you to participate in our survey, Becoming a Model-Based Enterprise (MBE). The survey takes just 10-15 minutes. As a thank you, we will send you a copy of the report summarizing the findings.
To better understand this survey topic, the following definitions may be helpful:
MBE (Model-Based Enterprise): An organization that uses MBD to support commissioning, operating, servicing, and decommissioning a product.
MBD (Model-Based Definition): Product and manufacturing information (PMI) is embedded into the 3D CAD model to support downstream processes such as manufacturing, analysis, and inspection.
PMI (Product and Manufacturing Information): The annotations in a 3D model that support various lifecycle activities such as material specifications, tolerances, and inspection requirements.
Semantic PMI: PMI that can be interpreted by software without human involvement or displayed for human interpretation.
Please take the survey to share your thoughts.
In addition, respondents will be entered into a drawing for one of twenty $25 Amazon gift cards.*
Individual responses will be kept confidential. Please feel free to forward this survey to others you feel have an opinion to share.
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