Data management practices in small-to-medium-businesses (SMB’s) can range from adequate to hair raising. Files are often scattered across several machines, sometimes backed up on that USB thumb drive nobody has seen since last month. Finding the right file version for a review eats up your lunch break. Change tracking is haphazard, at best. But somehow, […]
Every year, in schools all over the world, students gather in teams for the FIRST Technical Challenge (FTC), a robotics competition aimed at grades 7-12. Kids design, build, and program their own robots, winning awards for their performance on the playing field, as well as community outreach, design, and other real-world accomplishments. It’s proven to be […]
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With PTC Live Global kick-off only a few days away, I wanted to take a few moments and ensure that any of our loyal readers/community members who will be attending take up the opportunity to participate in the PTC Creo Battle Royale. We ran this competition for the first time last year and it was […]
Located in the ancient city of Tarsus, Cumitas strives to blend world-renowned components from global manufacturers with the latest technologies. However, the company’s reliance on AutoCAD, a 2D CAD system, more closely aligned it with the regions reputation for antiquity than the cutting-edge.
Good news. If you can’t make it to Boston next week for LiveWorx 2015, you can still stream the major keynote sessions. The definitive Internet of Things (IoT) event of the year, LiveWorx 2015 will feature Jim Heppelmann, Steve Wozniak, Michael Porter, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, and many others. If you haven’t heard about LiveWorx […]
Products now can monitor themselves , control their response to the environment, optimize their own efficiency, and operate autonomously. For CAD and PLM users, it’s not hard to see that all this impacts you more than just a little.
With robots that order their own replacement parts and chairs can tell you who has been sitting in them, the Internet of Things (IoT) promises to make life easier for much of humanity—unless you’re involved in product development.