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Airbus to acquire 30,000 Aras PLM seats

Airbus to acquire 30,000 Aras PLM seats

Old PLM systems never die at Airbus; Aras Innovator will connect the past to the future. PLM vendor Aras today announced a strategic partner agreement with Airbus to use the Aras Innovator PLM platform for engineering business processes for up to 30,000 users or more. A key use of Aras Innovator will be in the […]

The Archipelago of Things

The Archipelago of Things

We tend to think of the Internet of Things as a vast network that is knitting itself together as devices and computers connect to each other. But rather than a conspiracy of connected things; we’re more likely to see different networks of different things and most of them will do us more good than harm.  The […]

PTC is connecting the digital prototype and the physical product

PTC is connecting the digital prototype and the physical product

Its LiveWorx conference on the Internet of Things has 1,000 more attendees than expected. The yottabytes are coming sooner than you think.  Today’s factories turn digital prototypes into physical products, says PTC CEO Jim Heppelmann. But what becomes of the virtual model after the real one exists? The physical product never connects back to its […]

Lower services revenue, currency issues lead PTC to lower second quarter

Lower services revenue, currency issues lead PTC to lower second quarter

Redefining CAD for a new generation; Onshape debuts

Redefining CAD for a new generation; Onshape debuts

Onshape is the latest entrant to the elite club of professional CAD products. A cloud-based tool designed to foster collaboration, Onshape represents a new approach to design. Will the CAD community accept work flows based in the cloud? This team of veterans from SolidWorks and other CAD and high tech pioneers thinks so.

Flat first quarter revenue report hides the real growth at PTC

Flat first quarter revenue report hides the real growth at PTC

Unlocking the secrets of the human heart with the help of Creo

Unlocking the secrets of the human heart with the help of Creo

PTC collaborates with University of Tokyo to build better replacement hearts.

PTC wants its customers to come aboard with the Internet of Things

PTC wants its customers to come aboard with the Internet of Things

Five billion Internet-connected objects by 2019, and PTC plans to be in the middle of it all. Tom Lansford reports from Stuttgart, Germany. By Tom Lansford PTC is a major player in CAD and PLM. However, the company’s strategic push continues to focus on fulfilling customer needs related to seven major forces impacting the manufacturing […]

By November 24, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
PTC says the plan is working; Q4 and FY ’14 inline with expectations

PTC says the plan is working; Q4 and FY ’14 inline with expectations

PTC puts 2014 in the win column and sees good growth in the future as the industry enters next wave of product design and manufacture technology.

By November 10, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Training entrepreneurs for the Internet of Things

Training entrepreneurs for the Internet of Things

A new partnership between PTC and the University of Utah will help equip a novel student think tank. The new $45 million Lassonde Studio at the University of Utah will become a state-of-the-art collegiate think tank when it opens Fall 2016. One part student residence, one part research center and one part maker garage space, […]

By September 29, 2014 0 Comments Read More →