Anthony Stroessenreuther

Senior Consultant, Senior Software Developer , ArcherGrey LLC

Tony Stroessenreuther has been developing software in large organizations for 30+ years as a Software Architect and Developer. He has worked on multiple high profile projects for the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of Energy. Tony is currently working to develop a ThingWorx/Windchill embedded solution for Los Alamos National Laboratory where he is part of a team that is extending Windchill with a ThingWorx implementation, and extending the Digital Thread using ThingWorx Flow.

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Monday, May 15 2:15 PM - 2:45 PM 104

PL1222C - ThingWorx as a Digital PLM Extension to Windchill

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) is leveraging ThingWorx’s high customizability to build an efficient data aggregation interface embedded in Windchill to create, store, track & validate Engineering Authorization (EA) data, making it a key part of their Digital Thread. This object-oriented approach relies on the PLM data as the source and harmonizes cross-functional activities that contribute to managing the complexity of the EA. In this session, we will share practical tips and leading practices for implementing ThingWorx Flow and Connector in product development workflows.

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