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Conference - October 2 & 3, 2012: 19th annual PLM Road Map™ conference. CIMdata's analysts and key industry players shared their experiences in addressing strategic PLM topics.For more information on PLM Road Map click here . Plymouth, MI October 1, 2012
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Why Oracle's Agile PLM? Oracle's complete Agile PLM solutions help companies solve one of today's most complex challenges: how to innovate profitably. As product needs grow increasingly complex on a global scale, old methods of collaboration like manual or point systems - even email - are growing obsolete. Business leaders aiming to optimize all aspects of designing, developing, launching, servicing, and disposing of products in an integrated, best-in-class model are choosing to partner with Oracle to leverage our deep expertise, broad portfolio, and strong community commitment. Oracle's Agile PLM is the industry's most comprehensive enterprise PLM solution, and a key building block required to manage product value chains .
“3D Modelers” usually fall into three major groups: 3D Design Engineers (CAD design) 3D Artists/Animators (Digital Content Creators – DCC) Architects/Interior Designers However, all three groups of “ 3D Modelers ” use very different software tools, and rarely do you see much overlap, as 3D software is built specifically by industry. HOWEVER…when it comes time to communicating these designs, that’s when we can see these groups collide. Typically we see the second group (3D Artists/Animators/Game designers) using Gaming technology to create, well…games.
A quick peek into some research on … how active engineers are with social networks. While attending the PROuser conference, I heard Robin Saitz of PTC talk about a study that they commissioned Forrester Research to develop. The goal of the study was to better understand how active PTC’s customers are in social networks. The results surprised me and they didn’t, it turns out that engineers and product developers are very active with social computing! The Research
Facebook F8 conference this week was a place for some very interesting announcements that, in my view, may have an impact on PLM too. I can recommend you to read a good summary of news introduced by Facebook here . In my view, it presents a very interesting dimension in the future development of Facebook.
This is the home site of Martin Ohly. Originally from the UK and now over 25 years in Germany based in Berlin. I have worked for over 33 years in different areas of engineering and IT. The last 20 years working on large and distributed systems in different application domains - covering factory control, healthcare, SAP deployments, global PLM solutions and most recently concerned with electronic toll collection systems - with many successful and some not so successful large and small projects.