Jason Kritter

R&D Manager , Los Alamos National Laboratory

Jason Kritter's group supports the software applications that facilitate LANL’s weapons design and production processes, which includes Mechanical Computer-Aided Design (MCAD), configuration management, engineering authorizations, and archival services. We also enable the cross-site collaboration and Digital Engineering transformation within the DOE's Nuclear Security Enterprise.

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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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