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Autodesk Resuscitates Tinkercad in the Cloud
Autodesk recently signed a definitive agreement to acquire Tinkercad, an easy-to-use browser-based 3D design tool. The addition of Tinkercad to Autodesk is

3d geological modelling  , an easy-to-use browser-based 3D design tool. The addition of Tinkercad to Autodesk is aimed at helping  broaden the consumer-oriented Autodesk 123D family of apps  and supports Autodesk’s vision to help anybody (students, makers, and designers) imagine, design, and create anything. The acquisition will also revive the Tinkercad service and community, despite a previously announced shutdown by its founders and creators. Autodesk intends for the Tinkercad service to remain available as part of its Read More...
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Should SAP Buy PTC?


3d geological modelling  Right Hemisphere’s 2D and 3D viewing and publishing capability had  been deployed for SAP PLM 7.0. According to SAP, markup will also be available in a near release SAP PLM 7.1. Will all these integration efforts be enough? Not for everyone, but probably a good portion of customers will say yes. Another worry about the acquisition is knowledge integration. SAP has been very successful in transactional processes. It might be overwhelmed by the richness of the product knowledge domain if it acquires Read More...
Dalian Shipyard Transforms Shipbuilding in China with PTC Product Development Tools
After adopting two-dimensional computer-aided design (2D CAD) in the 1990s, Dalian Shipyard discovered that 2D technology didn’t meet the real-world challenges

3d geological modelling  solution: CADDS 5i—a complete 3D CAD tool for shipbuilding. Read More...
PLM (Vendors) and Lean Product Development -- Part 2: Dassault Systèmes
Part 1 of this blog post series discussed in general the relationship between product lifecycle management (PLM) and lean product development (LPD), and pointed

3d geological modelling  acquisitions. Being a prominent 3D computer-aided design (CAD) and digital manufacturing provider gives the company many benefits in helping customers have “leaner” product development. These benefits range from gaining a better understanding of product design processes to better CAD integration capabilities. As one of the first PLM vendors to start talking about LPD, DS has created some interesting content on this topic through its Web site. But I will leave the exploration of that to you and now Read More...
Future Trends in Wholesale Distribution—Part 3: Emergent and Emerging Technologies
This last post of the series on the panel discussion at the recent TEC Vendor Challenge gives an overview of several key emergent and emerging technologies that

3d geological modelling  computing Analytics Social media 3D printing Mobility Mobility is rightfully getting a lot of attention in wholesale distribution and elsewhere. While mobile technologies have been around for a while in multiple forms, the more recent ubiquity of devices has resulted in a new mobile revolution. My colleague  Jorge García  has written a terrific piece on this, “ Mobility in Wholesale Distribution .” With devices now shifting more than ever before from the realm of the consumer to the business, Read More...
Metal Shark Boats Selects Rootstock’s Cloud ERP
Rootstock Software, a provider of cloud manufacturing and supply chain management (SCM) applications on the Salesforce Platform (and available on the

3d geological modelling  controls and planning, including 3D modeling and precision cutting. The company, founded in 2005, has quickly established itself by delivering products tailored for the exacting requirements of its customers in the military, law enforcement, and commercial sectors. Metal Shark’s rapid growth, including expansion to an additional facility, precipitated the need to move to more functional enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. Having been a salesforce.com customer relationship management (CRM) Read More...
In Search of Sustainability with Dassault Systèmes
Can PLM technologies help build a more sustainable future for organizations? This article discusses the relationship between PLM and sustainable development

3d geological modelling  the vision to promote 3D as a common communication tool and to expand 3D technologies to a much wider range of users Introduced by Bruno Delahaye, vice president (VP) of ENOVIA, Dassault Systèmes’ strategy on sustainability is consistent with the above-mentioned three-level offerings: 1.  Eco Create : based on Dassault Systèmes’ strengths in product design, the Eco Create level strives for helping customers design products that are more material efficient, durable, optimized, compliant, and Read More...
Acquisition Changes Product Lifecycle Management Landscape
Dassault Systèmes' recent acquisition of MatrixOne could potentially expand its range over a broader set of industry sectors, and may increase its North

3d geological modelling  force in Europe for 3D computer-assisted design (3D CAD) as well as PLM, Dassault Systmes does not seem to garner North American media/analyst attention and respect equivalent to its global position. From a marketing perspective, it is one of those situations where the sum of the parts does not necessarily equal the whole. One clear reason for this is the fact that the Americas represent only 30 percent of the company's total revenues for fiscal year 2005, while Asia represents 23 percent, and Europe Read More...
GE and PTC Expand Their Alliance
PTC and GE Intelligent Platforms recently announced their accelerated joint effort to bring to market a solution that helps manufacturers close the loop between

3d geological modelling  service. Product structures and 3D product representations defined by engineering become the basis for manufacturing routings and manufacturing bills of materials (mBOMs), which are then used to manage shop floor activity and coordinate with enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. Shop floor information, such as the “as-built” BOM, can also be shared with PLM and ERP systems to complete the closed loop with engineering.   The complete view of a finished product can also be shared with a Read More...
Dassault Systèmes-Expanding Product Development and the 3D Experience
The Dassault Systèmes vision is to enable everyone—from product designers, engineers, and suppliers to end users and their respective communities—to create

3d geological modelling  Product Development and the 3D Experience To put it mildly, 2011 was not a great year in almost any respect, except for maybe the modest stock market surge and the Boston Bruins Stanley Cup win. More positive economic news is slow coming, but people are still underemployed, even if they are “privileged” to have a job—a few new burger-flipping or shelf-filling jobs here and there are not much to rave about, no matter how honest the work. December 2011 saw a major economic event in Massachusetts (MA) Read More...
3D Printing: Fact vs. Fiction
3D printing (a.k.a., additive manufacturing) has lately been a hot theme in engineering and manufacturing, and it's still in its infancy. I've attended several

3d geological modelling  Printing: Fact vs. Fiction 3D printing (a.k.a., additive manufacturing ) has lately been a hot theme in engineering and manufacturing, and it’s still in its infancy. I’ve attended several product lifecycle management (PLM) and computer-aided design (CAD) conferences lately, and all had flashy displays from 3D printer providers, such as Stratasys or 3D Systems .   Some impressive showings include ExOne, for its binder jetting technology, currently employed by Ford to create part prototypes, and Read More...
Can Your Product Development Move Closer to Consumers Now?
Half a year ago, I wrote about the need to include customer input in the design process in What Brings Customers Closer to Your Product Development? Recently

3d geological modelling  of accessing and modifying 3D content on the consumer side. As I discussed in the blog post mentioned above, I’m hoping for the democratization of 3D visibility, and I know that there are vendors working on making 3D more approachable. Secondly, compared with retailers, it is probably more difficult for manufactures to react according to consumer opinions. When a prominent voice from the crowd is heard, retailers may adjust their buying, pricing, or promotion decisions promptly. But for manufacturers, Read More...
Businesses in Motion: SAP HANA + Microsoft Kinect, and More
A recent note that landed on my plate really grabbed my attention: As part of a long partnership, Microsoft and SAP jointly gave a demo in which Microsoft

3d geological modelling  same time creating a 3D dashboard view combined with reality, to produce what they call a “spatial operating environment.” So What? While this is just one view of many possible trends in the business software space, we might be witnessing a revolutionary shift in the way users interact with business applications, and at the same time the advent of a new user- and business-centered way to manage information. Of course, these emerging technologies have potential drawbacks and constraints, and only time Read More...
INDYCAR Takes Autodesk’s 3D Software for a Spin
In late November 2012, at the time of the Autodesk University 2012 conference, Autodesk, the leader in cloud-based design and engineering software, and INDYCAR,

3d geological modelling  Takes Autodesk’s 3D Software for a Spin In late November 2012, at the time of the Autodesk University 2012 conference, Autodesk , the leader in cloud-based design and engineering software, and INDYCAR , the auto racing sanctioning body behind popular racing events such as the Indianapolis 500 ,  have signed a three-year technology partnership . INDYCAR already employs Autodesk’s desktop-based software within its operations for a variety of important functions. For example, the organization Read More...
Siemens to Rule the Plant via Kineo, VRcontext, and LMS Acquisitions
Siemens’s Industry Automation division, which includes Siemens PLM Software, continues with its strategy of offering manufacturing organizations virtually

3d geological modelling  In contrast, robots have 3D motion, but can one easily separate their software and hardware? In other words, once a company heads down the robotics path, does it need to own both robotics hardware and software? If so, Siemens Industrial does hardware (whereas PTC and Dassault Systèmes don’t) and could be uniquely qualified in this regard. Miscellaneous BoB Solutions Also in early October 2012, Siemens acquired VRcontext, a Belgian company specializing in 3D visualization and training software for Read More...

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