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Tata Technologies Becomes the 1st ESO Company to Demonstrate Full Machine Development Capabilities in the Industrial Heavy Machinery Space

Successfully partnered with Hitachi Construction Machinery, Japan, and Tata Hitachi Construction Machinery to develop the new backhoe loader -Tata Hitachi Shinrai  Bengaluru, 13 December 2017 – Tata Technologies, a leading global provider of engineering solutions and manufacturing enterprise IT, today announced that it has successfully collaborated with Hitachi Construction Machinery Japan and Tata Hitachi Construction Leer más

  • loan Clain

PLM+ERP+MES+CRM: The Four Cornerstones of Manufacturing

Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) applications are often referred as a ‘single system of record’ for product data across the product creation lifecycle. As maturity increases, product and process information flows from PLM to downstream systems, namely Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES). As the product matures throughout its lifecycle, the need for closed-loop integration increases. PLM-ERP-MES Leer más

  • Karen Bieniek

Replace Where Used: PLM’s Achilles Heel?

Product development requires an eco-system of inter-dependent capabilities and complementary functions to bring teams together around a product creation and industrialization platform. The so-called platform contributes to converting new ideas into product designs, up to production readiness and serviceability, managing the engineering-enterprise relational data throughout their lifecycle. Most products have multiple variants and successive modifications Leer más

  • Karen Bieniek

Beyond ECAD-MCAD Collaboration

Complex products and services Most complex products are both mechanical and electrical, with the balance rapidly increasingly moving towards innovative electrical engineering as new product and service differentiation. Competitive product development requires robust collaboration between multiple domains, including the tight integration of electrical hardware and software development with traditional mechanical design and enterprise processes. Innovations in connectivity Leer más

  • Karen Bieniek

From Planning to Validation: Putting CAE Back Into Engineering

Putting CAE back into engineering Simply put, Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) is the process of solving complex engineering problems through the use of sophisticated, interactive, graphical software, coupled with mathematical models and optimization systems. The true value of CAE is to foster virtual product development validation by enabling manufacturers to integrate advanced technology into the conceptual Leer más

  • Karen Bieniek