Digital technology has disrupted industry after industry – from media and healthcare to energy and transportation. As a result, industrial organizations are reimagining how work gets done, who does what kind of work, and even where that work takes place. By investing in digital technologies, industrial companies are already maximizing revenue growth while reducing operational costs through increased efficiency.
PTC has a portfolio of digital technology that works together to transform how physical products are engineered, manufactured, and serviced. In this episode, we’ll explore how PTC’s digital technologies are fundamentally transforming the physical world. In this fast-paced tour of the technology world, you’ll see examples of how computer aided design (CAD) technology defines the physical, how product lifecycle management (PLM) technology manages
the physical, how industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technology connects
the physical, and how augmented reality (AR) technology augments the physical. In addition, you’ll see how PTC is transforming the digital technology itself with a whole new generation of software as a service (SaaS) solutions that are poised to truly disrupt the physical. Across all areas explored, you’ll see real-world examples and hear from PTC customers from the automotive, medical device, electronics and high tech industries, among others, how they are leveraging PTC technology to digitally transform all physical aspects of their business.
From accelerating the creation of new products to improving the efficiency of manufacturing operations, and optimizing the way service is performed on today’s complex machines, those who embrace digital technologies today are reaping real benefits in the physical world. Hear from a true technology visionary, PTC’s President and CEO, Jim Heppelmann, on how digital can transform physical across your business.
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- Augmented Reality
- Digital Thread
- Digital Twin
- Industrial IoT
- Spatial Computing
- Workforce of the Future