by Dan Roberts
As we reach the end of the year, it’s interesting to see the most-read articles of the last 12 months. The top ten make interesting reading, especially as two were on last year’s list.
There’s a good mix of IoT, Simulation and BIM, but the big difference from last year is the increase in Event reviews.
I hope you enjoy reading these again, or discovering some that you missed.
Have a great 2019.
Here’s the list:
Summary and notes from the Siemens Innovation Day Dec 2017. Explanation of (and commentary on) the Digital Twin concept.
Cambashi has launched another new market data resource, the Cambashi CAE Observatory. This observatory provides a comprehensive, quantitative view of the Computer Aided Engineering software market. The observatory ensures a sound basis for analyzing size, growth, movement and other trends to support market planning.
Alan Griffiths rounds up the announcements from Cisco’s IoT World Forum 2017. With Cisco, GE, AT&T, Rockwell Automation and IBM.
Cambashi’s Alan Griffiths explores some of the trends and innovations that are emerging in IIoT and the challenges they will help overcome.
Peter Thorne’s insights from the Dassault Systèmes analyst event, covering PLM, 3DExperience and “Product, nature, life”
Cambashi has just completed a research project into the ‘industrial’ application of the IoT. Here, Alan Griffiths discusses how IoT is transforming industry.
Cambashi’s Alan Griffiths met with Aras CEO Peter Schroer to talk about PLM, IoT and MRO
The latest version of Cambashi’s BIM Design Observatory features a powerful new dashboard. Get a sample here.
Alan Griffiths assesses how Oracle is doing on its 3 key objectives. Takeaways from Oracle’s Modern Supply Chain Experience 2018.
Cambashi’s Alan Griffiths gives his highlights from the IFS World conference May 2018 – with emphasis on IoT and Digital Transformation.
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