Do you worry about overheating in your product designs? Are you sure you have specified the right pump for your system? Do you make design decisions related to air flow, heat transfer, pressure, and other related physical phenomena? Please join, Tech-Clarity’s Michelle Boucher and Chris Watson from Siemens for a webinar titled, “Are you using
How does product design, development, and engineering need to change in order to support digital products? Key Considerations for Selecting a Smart, Connected Product Design Solution eBook shares that today’s new product development (NPD) processes simply aren’t comprehensive enough to effectively design smart, connected products. What do manufacturers need to look for in their engineering
How can monitoring equipment remotely provide value and help get your IoT initiative started? Jim Brown joins PTC’s Michael Anderson for a webcast discussion to find out. Jim will share perspectives from his research including an overview of how remote equipment monitoring via the IoT can help drive significant service improvements. Jim will share tips from his upcoming Remote
Jim Brown joins PTC’s Alan Goldman and Mark Lobo for a web panel discussion on adopting Cloud PLM. Jim will share perspectives from his recent research including cloud PLM benefits and requirements. Jim will share insights from his upcoming Cloud PLM Buyer’s guide including criteria companies should look for in a solution, for adoption, and their vendor partner.
This eBook shares survey results analyzing companies’ ability to hit new product development (NPD) targets, then offers seven practical tips identified by the research as best practice processes, organization, and technology leveraged by the top performing product developers. The research provides recommendations to companies based on the approaches taken by the Top Performers, those that are able to outperform
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