Cloud-based applications can be used “as-is” without high initial investments, which makes them particularly interesting for start-ups or newly founded companies like Adient Aerospace. The manufacturer of aircraft seats, a joint venture between car seat manufacturer Adient and aircraft manufacturer The Boeing Company, recently began using PROSTEP’s leading data exchange platform OpenDXM GlobalX as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model from the cloud.
PROSTEP, a PLM consulting and software company is expanding its long-standing partnership with PLM vendor Dassault Systèmes to ensure that it is able to provide its customers with comprehensive support for their digitalization initiatives. The expanded partner agreement now allows PROSTEP to develop integration solutions for the public cloud variant of the 3DEXPERIENCE platform and connect its leading data exchange platform, OpenDXM GlobalX, to 3DEXPERIENCE in a more flexible way.
Leading SIEMENS systems integration partners, PROSTEP, is now a PLATINUM sponsor at this year’s SIEMENS Realize Live 2021 event. As a longtime SIEMENS partner, PROSTEP gives SIEMENS users the engineering products and services to successfully increase productivity, reduce costs, and provide end-to-end traceability with an integrated engineering framework, OpenPDM. OpenPDM connectors extend SIEMENS’ offerings giving users the ability to connect systems of siloed groups more easily. As a result, this enables enhanced collaboration and speeds the workflow of information by providing the latest product information to all users.
Before automated vehicles are allowed to take to the road, their safety must be tested using numerous simulations as not all driving situations can be tested on real roads. In the joint SET Level project, PROSTEP is working together with 19 partners from industry and academia on developing an appropriate simulation technology for this purpose.
Leading ARAS systems integration partners, PROSTEP, is now a PLATINUM sponsor at this year’s ARAS ACE2021 event. As a longtime ARAS partner, PROSTEP gives ARAS users the engineering products and services to successfully increase productivity, reduce costs, and provide end-to-end traceability with an integrated engineering framework, OpenPDM. OpenPDM connectors extend ARAS’ offerings giving users the ability to connect systems of siloed groups more easily. As a result, this enables enhanced collaboration and speeds the workflow of information by providing the latest product information to all users.
The first PROSTEP CONSULTING DAY will be held 15 April 2021 – a date to enter in your calendar. With our interactive online event, we want to show customers and interested parties from manufacturing industry the strategic concepts we use to help them shape digitalization so that they are better prepared to meet the challenges posed by rapid change.
PROSTEP has entered into a strategic partnership with the Dutch technology company AMbrace, which is developing a service platform that makes it possible to 3D print spare parts. AMbrace will use our OpenDXM GlobalX data exchange platform to make 3D print data available in combination with SAMPL technology for the tamper-proof exchange of 3D printing licenses.
January saw the launch of the joint project “ICT-enabled model-based impact analysis in product development”, or ImPaKT for short, which is being funded with the support of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). Within the framework of the project, PROSTEP will be extending its OpenPDM family to include a software module for the cross-domain coordination of changes and validating the functionality of the solution together with industry partners.
The more complex and variant-rich products become, the more time-consuming it is for companies to reliably analyze and evaluate the technical and financial impact of changes. The challenges grow when a large number of partners and domains are involved in the product development process. Impact analyses are designed to help companies identify the possible impact of product changes in advance. A consortium or research institutes, software vendors and user companies, under the leadership of the Heinz Nixdorf Institute at the University of Paderborn, Germany, is developing a model and IT-based approach with the aim of making this type of analysis in product development easier.