Why Simulation Process and Data Management (SPDM) is a must for a successful implementation of MBSE and the Digital Twin?
Simulation teams traditionally worked in silos and have not managed their processes and data practically. This often results in:
- unnecessary overhead in finding data
- catering data to others
- lack of clear traceability
- repetition of work
- lack of confidence in the simulation results etc.
A study by CIMdata found that only 5% of analysts are managing their data. Organizations who realized this problem early on and acted by deploying an SPDM system overcame these problems, benefited through efficiency gains, and in addition are better positioned to support their organizations digital thread strategy.
COVID made things worse, forcing everyone including Analysts to work remotely and pushing them to find more collaborative ways to work efficiently. This would be yet another reason why organizations should invest in SPDM sooner than later.
Realize Live has come around again. Join our virtual conference and tune into the SPDM theme to learn more about how these issues can be overcome and also to learn more about:
- the fundamentals of SPDM,
- its importance in the overall MBSE and digital twin strategy
- how it enables simulation teams to collaborate across the digital thread.
See the above image which show the sessions that are running as part of this theme. The first two sessions talk about the role of simulation & SPDM in digital twin strategy and the important industry trends along with the current state of SPDM – making SPDM understandable for you.
These will be followed by several sessions talking about our vision and strategy (see above) to provide a harmonized simulation and test management across 1D System Simulation, 3D (FEA and CFD) Simulation, and Physical Test, and how Teamcenter Simulation delivers SPDM capabilities for the enterprise with specific examples – making SPDM digestible for you.
To conclude our theme, we will finish a session on how we can help you to assess the SPDM maturity (see image above) of your organization and what concrete steps you can take with Teamcenter Simulation – making SPDM actionable for you.