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OSLC ALM-PLM Interoperability Proof of Concept

Session Number: 323
Connection/Track: Integrations
Session Type: Presentation
Primary Presenter: Mike Loeffler [GM]
Time: May 10, 2012 (08:45 AM - 09:25 AM)
Room: Amazon PQ

Presentation Level: All of the above
Connection: Teamcenter
Length: 40
User Role: Support/Developer of Siemens PLM Products at Company I work for (Not Siemens PLM)
Industry Presentation is Most Applicable Towards: Other
Primary Presenter Biography: Mike Loeffler is Systems Engineering IT specialist at GM. Mike is focused on application of IT systems such as Teamcenter to support Systems Engineering across the entire vehicle development life cycle. Mike has vehicle engineering domain experience in both electrical hardware and embedded software development.

Abstract:  This presentation describes results of ongoing work to evaluate interoperability between Teamcenter and various tools from the Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) domain, using the emerging Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) Standard. The standard is already in use to enable collaboration between Change Management, Requirements Management, Source Code Control and other ALM domain tools. To support a complex Mechatronic product (i.e. an Automobile), the standard must also support collaboration with PLM domain tools. Development of this connector has exposed the need for OSLC extensions to cover concepts such as Product Definition and Structure, Effectivity and Variants.

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