T-Systems is offering suppliers to Daimler a program that can convert 3D CAD data created with Catia into a format that can still be used following the company switch to a new Siemens NX based software system. The German business services group said its Com/Fox software will be able to handle the conversion without any Read More..
Daimler’s preparations for its planned switch from Catia to Siemens NX are progressing and the carmaker has, in the words of one insider, entered the “hot phase” of the transition. Two-thirds of CAD software users still need to run through their prepatory training before the changeover takes effect April 2015. Daimler announced in 2011 that Read More..
Webasto is upgrading its PLM systems to Catia V6 from V5, software consultancy Cenit said. The upgrade will allow the Germany-based automotive roof specialist to manage all licenses held by its global units centrally Bernd Goellnitz, IT director at Webasto, said in a press release that the company attaches great importance to “the flexible worldwide Read More..
Jaguar Land Rover will use Dassault Systemes product lifecycle management software to increase operational efficiency and reduce complexity in its development. Dassault Systemes, a French maker of CAD and PLM software said Jaguar Land Rover will deploy its V6 software for PLM management, the process that drives and controls all vehicle creation processes. Dassault said Read More..
Hyundai and Kia have adopted Windchill PLM software from US solutions provider Parametric Technology Corp (PTC), the companies said in a press statement. The Korean carmakers conducted an extensive two-year benchmark testing and selection process before deciding on Windchill. The software, which will be adopted in core r&d operations, will consolidate multiple existing systems into Read More..
Daimler said it will, from the summer of 2012, integrate work from moreÂ than 20 development centers and their most important suppliers on a single product development platform provided by Siemens. The move came as a surprise to Dassault Systemes, the French maker of CATIA PLM software, whichÂ renewed its CATIA contract with Daimler for Read More..