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Aerospace Working Group Meeting

Track: Teamcenter User Connection

Session Number: 170083
Date: Wed, May 10th, 2017
Time: 9:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Room: 212

Description:

Agenda

  • Introduction and Overview of the Aerospace Working Group
  • Industry Update - Dave Riemer
  • A&D Council Update & Direction - Lisa Strama
  • Midyear status update of Group projects
    • Project Update #1
    • Project Update #2
    • Project Update #3
  • Project Proposal for future Aerospace Working Group Consideration
  • Close and Thank you
  • Contact Information to join the Aerospace Working Group

 

 

Session Type: Interactive Lecture

Related Industry: Aerospace & Defense
Learning Objectives: This is a recurring Meeting of the Aerospace Working Group to Siemens. This Group is focused on A&D issues as related to NX, Teamcenter, Active Workspace and other Siemens applications. The purpose of this Group, is to execute projects in partnership with Siemens to impact the development of tools and processes that benefit both Siemens, and the Group members with robust applications that support user stories and EPICs defined by the Group.
Applicable Software: CAD Integrations (NX, CATIA, Solidworks, Creo, AutoCAD, Inventor, etc), JT (Usage Scenarios), NX for Design (CAD), NX for Manufacturing, Parasolid, PLM Vis, Simcenter, Simcenter - LMS Imagine.Lab, Simcenter - LMS Samtech, Simcenter - LMS Virtual.Lab, Simcenter - NX Nastran, Simcenter - Simcenter 3D (including NX CAE), Simcenter - STAR-CCM+, Teamcenter BOM Management, Teamcenter Classification, Teamcenter Design Management, Teamcenter Document & Content Management, Teamcenter Integrated Material Management, Teamcenter PLM Deployability, Teamcenter PLM Extensibility (Integrations), Teamcenter PLM Usability (Active Workspace), Teamcenter Product Cost Management, Teamcenter Reporting & Analytics, Teamcenter Requirements Management, Teamcenter Simulation Data and Process Management, Teamcenter Supplier Integration, Teamcenter System Engineering, Teamcenter Visualization, Tecnomatix
Pre-requisites: This Working Group is focused on A&D issues (Aerospace and Defense). So attendees should be interested in A&D issues, and probably have an interest in the A&D Teamcenter Template. Presentations will be focused on User Stories and EPICs built on Siemens toolsets, as applied by the Aerospace and Defense Industry.
Session Type: Interactive Lecture

Related Industry: Aerospace & Defense
Learning Objectives: This is a recurring Meeting of the Aerospace Working Group to Siemens. This Group is focused on A&D issues as related to NX, Teamcenter, Active Workspace and other Siemens applications. The purpose of this Group, is to execute projects in partnership with Siemens to impact the development of tools and processes that benefit both Siemens, and the Group members with robust applications that support user stories and EPICs defined by the Group.
Applicable Software: CAD Integrations (NX, CATIA, Solidworks, Creo, AutoCAD, Inventor, etc), JT (Usage Scenarios), NX for Design (CAD), NX for Manufacturing, Parasolid, PLM Vis, Simcenter, Simcenter - LMS Imagine.Lab, Simcenter - LMS Samtech, Simcenter - LMS Virtual.Lab, Simcenter - NX Nastran, Simcenter - Simcenter 3D (including NX CAE), Simcenter - STAR-CCM+, Teamcenter BOM Management, Teamcenter Classification, Teamcenter Design Management, Teamcenter Document & Content Management, Teamcenter Integrated Material Management, Teamcenter PLM Deployability, Teamcenter PLM Extensibility (Integrations), Teamcenter PLM Usability (Active Workspace), Teamcenter Product Cost Management, Teamcenter Reporting & Analytics, Teamcenter Requirements Management, Teamcenter Simulation Data and Process Management, Teamcenter Supplier Integration, Teamcenter System Engineering, Teamcenter Visualization, Tecnomatix
Pre-requisites: This Working Group is focused on A&D issues (Aerospace and Defense). So attendees should be interested in A&D issues, and probably have an interest in the A&D Teamcenter Template. Presentations will be focused on User Stories and EPICs built on Siemens toolsets, as applied by the Aerospace and Defense Industry.