Siemens’ PAVE360 puts auto manufacturers in the driver’s seat
PAVE360 is designed to bring in all the different companies involved in the design of autonomous systems including people making semiconductors and components, writing custom software, developing sensors, and all the other parties that might be evolved. Siemens sees the automaker at the center of the equation.
Divergent Microfactories wants to redefine the car business
Divergent Microfactories CEO Kevin Czinger unveils the Blade prototype, a car built from 3D printed components. Divergent is selling a process and that process, says Czinger could help save the planet.
Siemens PLM teases Catchbook
Siemens is reaching out: PLM group showed off Catchbook, a tablet based drawing and drafting tool for a wide range of applications from professional to consumer.
Siemens makes PLM new again
Solving complexity becomes the new foundation for innovation. There was a time when the three largest vendors of product lifecycle ...
Siemens PLM claims increased market share in automotive
Siemens says new R&D, increased capabilities in design and simulation have added to automotive revenue line. At Siemens’ recent event ...
Staying synchronous key to success at Siemens PLM Software
“Synchronous” is not just a CAD technology but the guiding philosophy at the PLM leader and its soft-spoken CEO. It ...
Siemens PLM Software looks beyond worldwide slowdowns
There is considerable security in being owned by one of your largest customers, especially one known for taking the long ...
GM names Siemens PLM Supplier of the Year
The award caps a banner year in which Siemens PLM became the leading supplier of design software in automotive. General ...
Siemens PLM Software sees HD-PLM as design evolution milestone
At a recent conference for analysts, executive from Siemens PLM debuted new technology, talked up recent big customer wins, and ...
Meet the New Boss: Chuck Grindstaff to Become President of Siemens PLM
Chuck Grindstaff, the CTO and EVP of Products for Siemens PLM will take over as president of the group on October 1. He will replace Helmuth Ludwig who will handle corporate communications for Siemens Industry Automation. With this announcement, Siemens signals that the transition of the former Unigraphics company into the considerably larger Siemens AG is complete.