How can food and beverage companies use the digital twin and industrial IoT to dramatically improve production performance? This eBook shares the value of the digital twin and IIoT for companies that produce food and consumer packaged goods. Then, it shares some practical examples and advice to get started down the path to streamline R&D
What challenges do manufacturers encounter when working with contract manufacturers? What should they do to reduce the frustration and streamline the relationship? Jim Brown introduces five questions you may find yourself asking if you’re working with a CMO, CDMO, or other supply chain partners and then offers recommendations based on our experience and research in
Join an interactive discussion between Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown and Autodesk’s Ron Locklin moderated by Advantage Business Media Editor in Chief Janine Mooney as they discuss the history, challenges, benefits, and future of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). The event will be available on Product Design & Development, Manufacturing.net, and Manufacturing Business Technology. Watch the event live, October 31 at
Jim Brown presents on this Industry Week and Aviation Week webcast sharing insights into the new levers of competition for suppliers to the automotive and aerospace industries. He presents with Dassault Systemes Director of Automotive/Transportation Industry Michael Lalande and Aerospace and Defense Business Consultant Paul Granada who share deeper perspectives on their respective industries. Together they share practical ways that suppliers
Jim Brown and Dassault Systémes‘ VP Kendall Pond will present on this Engineering.com webcast sharing insights on the value of PLM for aerospace and automative suppliers that have outgrown their informal data management approaches. Companies in the auto and aero supply chains can learn how to better manage data, processes, and collaboration with Product Lifecycle
Jim Brown shared his views on the value of location independence in this guest post titled Can’t beam me the part? Ok, how about just the 3D printing instructions? on the GrabCAD blog.