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Stitching Together the Digital Thread

A digital thread is the communication framework that connects and integrates product data throughout its lifecycle, and across functional perspectives. It’s the next-gen of “right information, at the right time, to the right person.”

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By the Numbers: Democratization

Gartner, Inc. predicts that by 2019, the analytics output of business users with self-service capabilities will surpass that of professional data scientists. — Gartner, 2018 Gartner CIO Agenda Survey, January 2018

Facts & figures on the impact that democratization of simulation, high-performance computing and data analysis is having on engineering's digital transformation.

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Rize Launches Digitally Augmented AM Parts

Rize APD voxel-level 3D printing includes Digital Rights Management into physical 3D printed parts for compliance, authenticity and traceability.

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Hexagon to Define Digital Thread Potential at Upcoming Conference

Hexagon's conference programming provides a learning environment where attendees discover how the digital thread weaves design and engineering, production and metrology together into one agile, data-driven ecosystem.

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Digitization Drives Advanced Product Development

Ray Kurzweil

Engineering teams who aren’t taking advantage of the latest technologies to create, collect and visualize the abundance of product design information available are at a distinct disadvantage.

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The Multiplication of Disruption

Opportunities from digital disruption will be driven by data, so a solid first step is to ensure everyone is able to make use of the data to work together efficiently.

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Live Panel Discussion: Defining Digital Twins, Nov. 16, 2017

In this online roundtable discussion, DE’s Senior Editor Kenneth Wong will interview industry experts to share their thoughts on the promise of digital twins, the current state of the art, and the challenges being faced during early implementations.

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