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Video Interview: Michael Weyrich on CAM/CNC

I tracked down Michael Weyrich for this interview clip.  Michael works on the CAM/CNC integration project and gives a quick review of how we have been able to create detailed simulations of actu……

Video interview: Dr. Wolfgang Schloegl on Automation Designer

There are quite a few presenters tomorrow from groups inside Siemens but outside of PLM Software, including Dr. Wolfgang Schloegl.  Wolfgang will be giving that demo I am so excited to see tomor……

Video Interview: Dan Staples on Synchronous Technology

It’s not all marketing folks at the analyst event.  For this interview I was able to get some time with Dan Staples, the development lead for Solid Edge.  We’ll get a lot more on the detail……

Video interview: Bill Carrelli, the man behind it all

Well it turns out the first person I was able to grab for a quick video interview was the man behind it all, Bill Carrelli.  Bill runs strategic marketing for Siemens PLM Software and has been h……

Speculation continues to swirl around Synchronous Technology

Although this blog launched a few weeks too late to participate in the discussion the week that Synchronous Technology was announced at Hannover Fair, there continues to be a good amount of healthy s……

Things starting to come together in Boston

I got to the Hotel Intercontinental in Boston a few hours ago and things are already coming together.  The control room is in full swing: printing badges, going over agendas…and eating lunch. ……

Enough Rope

I thought I’d check in today and introduce myself. My name’s John Hilbert and I’ll be posting as “Hilby”. I work in the Partner Program Office in Cincinnati Ohio USA. I work a great deal with hund……

Calling all users

I am getting ready to head up tomorrow to Boston for the rest of the week for our analyst event. As I wrote up on Thursday there will be no shortage of coverage from that event you can pick up here ……

Entering the Conversation (from a different direction)

I’m an engineer working in product planning… which means I don’t work in marketing or sales. Think about that. There is an unwritten rule at a lot of companies that you don’t let the enginee……