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Articles By Siemens PLM

    • Industry outlook 2022: Realising the digital future

      The future of industry, broadly speaking, is bright. We are experiencing an extremely exciting time as innovation accelerates across every major industry, from automotive, aerospace, and marine, to consumer products and electronics.

    • Comprehensive digital twin turns complexity into a competitive advantage

      Complexity is disrupting practically every organisation and industry: complexity of product development, manufacturing processes and product utilisation data. Although this can be overwhelming, those organisations that embrace this complexity can use it as a competitive advantage to outperform their competitors. The key is digital transformation.

    • Digitalisation helps Newport News Shipbuilding

      Newport News Shipbuilding uses Siemens software to help steer the Ford class aircraft carriers on a new course of digital transformation. With the goal of creating its first “paperless” ship, the company is digitising its entire process, from design and manufacturing to operations and service.

    • Konecranes adopts IoT technology to bridge virtual and real worlds

      Konecranes, a Finnish company specialising in the manufacture and service of cranes and lifting equipment, has implemented Siemens’ digital innovation platform to accelerate its product development process and connect product and performance data together.

    • How to navigate digital waters

      Mario Caponnetto and Francis Hueber are two naval architects who have been involved in various projects, including the design of several America's Cup yachts. Here they talk about using Simcenter STAR-CCM+ to design Seabubbles, an innovative concept of zero-wave, zero-emission, zero-noise river taxi.

    • New system modeling workbench for Teamcenter enables multi-domain digital twin

      Siemens announced the new system modeling workbench for Teamcenter software, built in partnership with Obeo, to extend Siemens’ model-based systems engineering (MBSE) offering.

    • Digitalisation helps electric cars make more sense

      Uniti is developing an electric car that offers drivers the same seamless digital experience they enjoy with their smartphones. Says CEO Lewis Horne, “We don’t focus so much on your vehicle identification number as your digital identity.” The company used Siemens engineering, manufacturing and production software to take their vehicle from concept to reality in four months.

    • Siemens' Simcenter Testlab drives innovation and productivity in test-based engineering

      Siemens announced the latest release of Simcenter Testlab software, its suite of data collection, analytics, and modeling software for test-based performance engineering in the core fields of noise and vibration, acoustics and durability.

    • The “spirit” of digitalisation

      Campari Group is the world’s sixth largest manufacturer of premium brand spirits and has long since pursued a policy of growth by acquisition. For each newcomer to the group, its products, equipment and assets all have to be integrated into the overarching operations management system. Campari Group achieves this using the Simatic IT Suite from Siemens PLM Software.

    • Digital twin – it’s not just a buzzword

      Businesses are all facing the same issues - the need for innovation and the potential for market disruption. You have two choices when it comes to disruption; you’re either the one doing the disruption or you’re going to have to respond to a competitor disrupting your market. DPA & Connectivity Editor, Paige West, spoke to Tony Hemmelgarn, President and CEO of Siemens PLM Software, about how businesses can leverage the power of a digital twin to enable innovation and resolve disruption.

    • Hackrod & Siemens partner to engineer quirky speedster

      Accelerated by Siemens, Hackrod will create the world’s first car designed in virtual reality, engineered with AI and 3D printed, full size, in structural alloy. The ‘La Bandita’ speedster is intended to serve as proof of concept for an entirely new industrial design to production methodology.

    • Siemens optimises Bombardier's product development processes

      Bombardier is working with Siemens and using Teamcenter to further optimise its engineering processes to develop, produce and support its products.

    • REHAU Automotive deploy Siemens software across 15 plants

      REHAU Automotive, German automotive supplier and polymer specialist, will exclusively deploy Siemens software products to replace several legacy systems in engineering, manufacturing and quality management.

    • Heavyweight manufacturer drives digitalisation

      JCB has become a household name across the world for its distinctive yellow loaders, excavators and tractors. It is possible, however, to order a JCB machine in bright pink. In fact, there are thousands of potential variations to suit all operational and climatic requirements.

    • Multidisciplinary tools for product development in a unified platform

      Siemens announced the latest version of its NX software which delivers the next generation of design, simulation and manufacturing solutions that enable companies to realise the value of the digital twin in the end-to-end process.


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