In the middle of last year, a blockchain committee was set up at the VDMA (German Association for Mechanical and Plant Engineering) to intensify the exchange of information on the technology and to investigate possible applications in more detail. The committee is affiliated with the VDMA’s IT department and is open to all member companies interested in blockchain. New use cases are regularly presented at the committee’s meetings. At the last meeting, PROSTEP showed how the technology can be used to prove beyond doubt the authorship of complex CAD models.
PROSTEP, the fastest growing PLM solutions provider in all aspects of engineering, is proud to sponsor PIDX USA 2022 on May 17-18, 2022 in Atlanta, GA. This premier event for Design, Engineering, and R&D Leaders explores solutions to solve technology’s most complex challenges and enable better product development and digital transformation.
Premier Platinum Sponsors, PROSTEP, the industry leading Dassault partner for PLM integration, migration, and data exchange for manufacturers in industries such as aerospace and defense, automotive and transportation, shipbuilding, consumer goods, and machinery, lends a wide range of technical expertise through its upcoming presentations at COExperience 2022. The 25+ year event, held yearly by COE, the Community and Experts of Dassault Systemes Solutions sponsored by founding partner, Dassault Systemes, brings together industry leaders to share, connect, and lend best practices for Dassault solutions.
PROSTEP’s PLM integration platform OpenPDM can be used in hybrid cloud scenarios since version 9.0. In the future, we will also offer it as an integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS). In close cooperation with Arena, a PTC Business, we are currently developing a cloud-enabled standard integration between PTC’s cloud-native PLM solution Arena, and Atlassian’s ALM application Jira, which is also cloud-native.
Heterogeneous IT system landscapes lead to higher IT costs and make collaboration more difficult. Putzmeister has therefore consolidated the CAD and PDM landscape at its French subsidiary PL2M and integrated it in the group-wide environment. The PLM experts at PROSTEP assumed responsibility for converting and migrating the Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire data, including the design history, to the NX format.
Nowadays, manufacturing industry uses highly complex IT systems to develop equally highly complex products that include an increasing number of electronic and software components. However, the attempt to cast out the devil of complexity with complex PLM solutions is increasingly being stretched to the limit. If users are to get to grips with this complexity, they need applications that are as innovative as they are easy to use.
PROSTEP is bringing a lean, smart web application for generating digital threads to market: OpenCLM ensures data transparency across domain boundaries and makes it possible for everyone involved to trace deliverables and decisions. This makes it easier for companies to get to grips with complex development projects and respond agilely to new requirements.
Many companies have recognized the leading role of PLM for their digitalization initiatives and are faced with the question of whether their existing system landscape is suitable for the challenges of digital transformation. Before
they decide on a new PLM application, they should first gain clarity about what PLM capabilities they will need in
the future. PROSTEP helps them analyze their PLM maturity level and define a sustainable PLM strategy.