Bombardier extends the Teamcenter portfolio for PLM

By Katie_Dudek

Siemens and Bombardier are working together to establish new opportunities for product lifecycle management (PLM). 

Bombardier Inc, the world’s leading manufacturer of trains and aircraft, is a multinational aerospace and transportation company based in Canada who was looking to optimize their engineering processes to develop, produce, and support their products.

Teamcenter provides an integrated single source of information and data for programs spanning across mechanical, electrical, systems, software and wire harnesses, for visibility and traceability throughout each stage of the development process. Combined with the use of a digital twin and a globally common process, once implemented Teamcenter can provide Bombardier improved quality of information within an integrated execution strategy.

BOMBARDIER_Blog.jpgBombardier Global 7000 FTV
Bombardier is working with Siemens to further explore and extend the Teamcenter portfolio for product lifecycle management (PLM) to optimize its complex engineering processes to develop, produce and support its world-class products. Bombardier’s latest new aircraft is the Global 7000 jet, the industry’s largest purpose-built business aircraft, whose sophisticated styling and superior performance sets the benchmark for the most exceptional business jet experience. The aircraft is scheduled to enter service in the second half of 2018.


Would you like to learn more? Check out our press release regarding Teamcenter’s interaction in Bombardier’s success. 

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