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IoT Equals PLM

The possibilities of the Internet of Things (IoT) are well documented.

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Vendors Push Parts Reuse to the Next Level

Aras Innovator can directly import/export SysML models and replicate their structure inside the PLM platform, promoting reuse at a systems level. Image courtesy of Aras.

CAD and product lifecycle management platforms are being modernized with parts classification, Google-like search, and systems modeling capabilities to promote model and parts reuse.

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A Dead End for PLM?

Although PLM has broken out of engineering, it has yet to gain traction for product recovery and recyclability processes crucial to sustainability efforts.

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Physical Digital Convergence: New Innovation Frontier

PTC CEO Jim Hepplemann wove together the company’s forays into IoT, machine learning and analytics, augmented reality, 3D printing, application lifecycle management (ALM), and industrial connectivity.

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IoT Platforms: A Patchwork of Technologies

An IoT development platform should enable design engineers to provide across-the-board connectivity, creating bridges between “things”—that range from sensors and apps to industrial systems—and the cloud and back-end services. To do this, the platform must be flexible enough to work with the full spectrum of interface and communications technologies. Image courtesy of Optimal Design.

An IoT development platform must impart a broad spectrum of functionality. The true measure of success, however, lies in its ability to deliver these capabilities in a seamless, integral fashion.

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PTC Launches ThingWorx 8

ThingWorx 8 features enhanced platform capabilities, role-specific applications for engineering and manufacturing and a new collection of service offerings designed for Industrial IoT customers.

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