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Archive for February, 2012

Kenesto: A New Take on PLM

Well, looks like Mike Payne is at it again. The man that’s notable for starting a good number of CAD companies, including PTC, Solidworks and Spaceclaim, is making another run at it. But this time, it’s a little different. While I was out at Solidworks World in mid-February, I had a chance to sit down with

The Misnomer of Simulation Lifecycle Management

It doesn’t seem like it was that long ago when we started hearing about Simulation Lifecycle Management (SLM). But blink your eyes and its five years later. When software providers first started talking about this type of solution, I remember there was quite a bit of confusion. What exactly does it do? Is it like

Elementary Lessons: Acquiring Knowledge and Nurturing Creativity

A few weeks ago, I wrote about a small revelation I had about the lack of acknowledgement in engineering creativity at AU. In that post, I rattled on about the fact that the paramount focus in engineering education as well as ongoing engineering professional development programs focus on the acquisition of technical knowledge and not enough

PLM: The Debate Over The Troubled TLA

It’s funny. It seems that unresolved debates come back in vogue like retro clothes. In recent weeks, I’ve found myself in a spat of conversations about the definition of PLM again. Most of these conversations have been initiated because new software products have launched that challenge what seems to be an accepted definition. As a