Early this year, we launched our Tecnomatix Plant Simulation and RobotExpert free 30-day trial program. It was for the first time in our industry when manufacturing and industrial engineers could learn and evaluate two of most notable digital manufacturing applications – robotics and logistics simulation. Now it gets even better. From today, free of charge […]
Ford Pilots New Siemens Software Using Google Earth Technology to Virtually Navigate Assembly Plants and Enhance Global Manufacturing Collaboration
Earlier today, Ford Motor Company held a media forum at their global headquarters in Dearborn, MI. to showcase a pilot program using new technology built by Siemens PLM Software which utilizes the Google Earth infrastructure. This innovative solution can allow Ford’s manufacturing engineers to easily communicate and collaborate around assembly processes to foster the globalization of […]
Microsoft is ending support for Windows XP on April 8th, 2014. If your company is still running XP on ANY computers, you should act now.
Here are 3 reasons why you should act:
1. Your unsupported and unpatched environments
This is the forth and final segment of the video blog series from an interview with Zvi Feuer, Manufacturing Engineering Solutions for Siemens PLM Software that took place during Connection 2013 in Dallas Texas. Enjoy & Happy Thanksgiving! In case you missed the first three vlogs, part 1: Tecnomatix – Strategic Directions for Our Manufacturing Customers – Part 1, part […]
Guest blog post by my colleague Dan Siqueira, Siemens PLM Software This past weekend Infiniti Red Bull Racing team became Formula One World Champions here in Brazil. The race was at the Interlagos race track in Sao Paulo, which is the same place we hosted the 10th edition of the Maratona da Eficiencia Energetica […]
In the wake of the very well received Femap version 11 I’m pleased to announce that version 11.1 has now been released to manufacture, which means it’s also available for download. Femap 11.1 includes something for everyone with new functionality and enhancements across the simulation process, and not to mention performance improvements.
Numerical Simulation Tech Co. (NST) examines how structures perform under expected loads with the help of Femap. For more than 20 years NST’s specialist computer-aided engineering (CAE) engineers have served customers and provided analysis services to a wide range of businesses and research institutes. Since the early 1990s when use of the personal computer began […]
Meet Nicolas Hunter, Atiba Brereton and Matthew Clarke – three very bright future engineers at Howard University. I first met the trio at the PACE Annual Forum in late July where they won first place in the 2013 Collaboration and Innovation Challenge (CIC). Their project was an “Integrated Transportation System for Future 21st Century Washington, […]
Huntsville, Alabama is hosting a social media tourism symposium this week. When the Huntsville convention and visitors bureau asked if we could help with a center piece, we knew some of our students at the Huntsville center of Technology had created some nice space lander models (we would have done the Greenpower Car but that […]
On August 23rd, Elon Musk Musk of SpaceX posted a video of a “touch-less design system”. The demonstration consisted of NX plus some custom drivers for a Leap Motion Controller. The video quickly went viral. As of today, it has been viewed over 1,700,000 times. At the recent PLM Europe event, we showed more about […]