Siemens PLM Invites Users and Non-Users to Realize Live 2019
The educational conference will be divided into several tracks called Connections, with seminars as well as hands-on training and what the company is calling Knowledge Theaters.
Previously available only to Siemens PLM Software customers, Realize Live 2019 will be open to the public June 10-13 at Detroit, Michigan’s Cobo Center. The educational conference will be divided into several tracks called Connections, with seminars as well as hands-on training and what the company is calling Knowledge Theaters.
The tracks include:
- Additive Manufacturing
- Business Process
- Deployment Excellence
- Manufacturing Operations Management
- Mentor – Capital
- Mentor – Xpedition
- NX CAM and Tecnomatix
- NX Product Engineering
- Solid Edge
- Teamcenter – Product Cost Management
In addition, the event will feature a Top Shops benchmarking presentation from Steve Kline Jr., chief data officer for Gardner Business Media (publisher of Modern Machine Shop). Since 2010, Modern Machine Shop’s annual Top Shops survey has gathered performance metrics, machining technology and business practice data from more than 2,000 machining facilities. Mr. Kline’s presentation will highlight some of the significant differences in key performance metrics as well as the various technologies and strategies used at leading U.S. shops. His presentation will also highlight the prime drivers of financial performance at machine shops based on statistical analysis of the Top Shops data.
Realize Live will also feature several peer-to-peer events. A First Timers Program will host networking opportunities for those new to attending the conference. A Women’s Luncheon will provide time for further networking and presentations. Finally, the Digital Enterprise Society (formerly PLM World) will be organizing its mentorship program with attendees.
Those interested in attending can visit siemens.com/plm/realize-live to register.
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