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Corporate Blog

Designing and Optimizing Factories

The Plant Simulation User Conference 2009 was a very interesting conference with 110 customers participating and 10 of them presenting the usage and success they achieve with Plant Simulation. Additi...

Corporate Blog

Solid Edge Tips & Tricks - Path Navigation in Solid Edge

These shortcuts speed up navigating directory structures directly from the Solid Edge & file open dialogue. Note: The video above is pulled from YouTube. If you subscribe to Siemens PLM ...

Polarion

Managing Requirements your way (Part 4)

While Agile methods are becoming more and more popular in Software Development shops, Requirements Management is a formal discipline widely adopted and adapted in System Engineering and in general in...

Embedded Software

Multi-core, multi-OS confusion

It is increasingly common for embedded designs to be implemented using multiple cores. At Mentor Graphics we are keen to...

Corporate Blog

Tecnomatix Plant Simulation User Conference

On Tuesday, the Plant Simulation User Conference in Stuttgart, Germany will start. I will share details from the conference here on the blog and on Twitter. It will be a very interesting conference w...

Electronic Systems Design

The Halloween Rush

Around the Western world tomorrow, kids of all ages (include some of us adults) will be celebrating Halloween.   For those...

Corporate Blog

EMO: PLM for Machine Builder

Machine tools are products and resources; depending on your view point. For the machine builder it’s a product, while for many manufacturing companies it’s a resource they use to manufacture their pr...

Corporate Blog

Dassault/IBM News

A few folks have asked me what I think of the Dassault/IBM announcement earlier this week. So I thought I’d share some thoughts here and answer any questions you might have. The first question is ...

Embedded Software

Muffins in Colorado

People commonly quote from the song: “Things ain’t what they used to be”. And it is widely felt that the...