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Share Your Digital Thread Story

Have you already worked to implement the digital thread in your own business? If so, we want to hear from you.

Please share your experiences (successful or not) with us. What challenges did you face when implementing the digital thread? Why did you choose to implement the digital thread? What were your positive and negatives experiences with the implementation process and the resulting effects on your product lifecycle?

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Valeo SIEMENS eAutomotive uses OpenDXM GlobalX Secure Data Exchange as SaaS Solution

Software is controlling ever more critical functions in vehicles. In order to ensure integrity, carmakers and automotive suppliers are demanding the highest level of security when exchanging software code. At the same time, they need to be able to integrate new partners in the exchange processes flexibly. This is why Valeo Siemens eAutomotive is using PROSTEP’s secure data exchange solution OpenDXM GlobalX as a service from the cloud.

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ENGDAT OFTP Edition of OpenDXM GlobalX Secure Data Exchange

PROSTEP presents its OpenDXM GlobalX ENGDAT OFTP Edition, which provides easy entry to the world of secure and fully-automated data exchange with ENGDAT via OFTP1 and OFTP2. The application is very easy to use. All internal users need is a web browser that is supported by OpenDXM GlobalX.

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Blockchain Technology is Also the Source of New Application Scenarios for PLM

Recently, the specialist media have been constantly repeating the claim that blockchain technology is capable of revolutionizing the Internet as well as every conceivable area of application. This raises the question of what impact this will have on PLM technology. There are indeed many interesting possible applications in the PLM environment, provided that certain serious technical limitations can be overcome.

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PROSTEP Leads Global Aerospace Company through Teamcenter Migration and Sharepoint Document Management with Plans for Secure Data Exchange

Numerous questions and challenges arise when a PLM migration becomes a company’s strategy to improve their systems. Additionally, increased risks and inexperienced specialists may contribute to longer than expected project times. This is primarily true within the aerospace industry where long product lifecycles and strict traceability requirements are common.

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