🔆 WEEKLY WORK HIGHLIGHTS
- Delivering EKL Training for building CATIA smart models to a group of mechanical engineers that are new to programming
- Delivering Teamcenter Services Customization module in the morning batch
- Delivering 3DEXPERIENCE Functional, Configuration & Development training for Northrop Grumman Australia
- Completed Variant Management in 3DEXPERIENCE Customization Training at 7pm batch
- Completed Core Java training for 3DEXPERIENCE Customization 8pm batch
- Covering Windchill Customization for 9pm batch
Why do Companies need a Parts Classification solution?
- Duplicate parts can burden a development organization.
- Many product manufacturing companies are plagued with bloated repositories of duplicate or nearly identical parts.
- Product Developers who cannot easily determine if a component required for their current product design already exists will spend valuable development time reconstructing it.
- The new duplicate model then consumes an additional part number and the proliferation of duplicate parts that grows over time becomes an expensive burden to the company in terms of duplicate analysis and testing, inventory bloat, product design maintenance, etc.
- Parts management capabilities are needed to classify existing parts, establish part libraries, offer sophisticated search options, and promote reuse of existing designs.
📑 Featured Industry News
In this session, we present state of the art of ongoing major activity integrating MBSE with SysML together with design, analysis and model management capabilities in PLM engineering and business model based enterprise environment. We will share 30 years of ongoing effort integrating UML and SysML Object Management Group (OMG) standard based software and systems modeling solutions. This include mapping data, leveraging interchange and modeling standards. Result of work contributes to new version of the UML, SysML and interchange standards. Specifically session will present work in state of the art integrations between SysML and PLM.
Siemens Digital Industries Software announced today that it has achieved the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Manufacturing and Industrial Competency, enabling it to support pioneers like Unlimited Tomorrow, who create high-functioning, personalized prosthetics with the help of Siemens applications powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS).
“With great power comes great responsibility.”
Although it’s a cheesy quote from a comic book-inspired movie, it is surprisingly relevant to the automation industry today. As data becomes increasingly valuable, it unfortunately also becomes more vulnerable to attack from ransomware, hackers, and even malicious insiders.