Tech-Clarity takes a jab at collaboration software with this funny infomercial on the fictitious SāmPāg solution. It highlights a real issue about how poorly companies collaborate about their products and product information. The ad is followed by a great discussion with Chad Jackson of Lifecycle Insights on Engineering Change Management and how PLM software can help.
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
In the latest Tech4PD dueling analysts Jim Brown of Tech-Clarity and Lifecycle Insight’s Chad Jackson take on a simulation topic. The show focuses on the use of CAE technologies during concept design. The solutions show a lot of promise and have become much easier, but Jim argues that not enough companies are willing to invest
How will manufacturers benefit from mobile applications to enhance their PLM systems? That is the question Chad Jackson of Lifecycle Insights and Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown debate in the latest Tech4PD episode, Mobile PLM – What’s the Shortest Path to Value. And somebody gets a pie in the face for losing the last debate on systems engineering
One of the highlights of 2012 for me was the launch of the Tech4PD webshow on Engineering.com where Chad Jackson of Lifecycle Insights and I debate important issues around engineering software. Here’s a quick look at how the first episodes have worked out! Thanks to all for your support, the response has been overwhelming and
The latest edition of Tech4PD shares Tech-Clarity’s view that social techniques are ready for prime time in product development. Chad Jackson of Lifecycle Insights contends that it will take time, in particular because social capabilities are more likely to be adopted in formal business processes. I fundamentally disagree and believe that the low-hanging fruit is