Data Management Resources

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Brochure: DS-E3

Next Generation Data Management for E3.series

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Brochure: DS-CR

PCB Library and Design Data Management

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    Endress+Hauser Standardizes PCB Engineering and Production Processes for Industrial Measurement Products Across Distributed Locations

    Endress+Hauser is a global leader in measurement instrumentation, services and solutions for industrial process engineering.

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      Webinar: Does the Release to Manufacturing Process Keep You up at Night?

      This webinar will examine many of the concerns and challenges faced when producing release packages.

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      Webinar: Best Practices for Using Temporary or Quick Turn Parts

      This webinar will present best practices on how to use and manage temporary parts in a design process.  Presentation will be combined with a live demonstration on how you can eliminate the risk of a temporary part slipping through the release process and into manufacturing.

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      Webinar: Improve Design Data Security across Your Enterprise

      This webinar will examine the challenges behind design data security and explore some of the solutions available today.  Some of the topics will include a project oriented design approach, limited user visibility on the library and design level and how to physically locate IP.

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      Webinar: The Essentials for Multi-site Design

      This webinar explores the tools and processes necessary to implement a successful multi-site or enterprise electronic design engineering flow.

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      Webinar: Protect Your ECAD Library and PCB Design Intellectual Property

      This webinar will demonstrate how next generation ECAD software is being used to address the IP theft challenge with permission controls that enable users to define with a high level of granularity the design information that will be included and excluded from the published data set.

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        Data: The Secret of Success Under Industry 4.0?

        In the world of engineering, many companies store their design data within their organization’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. But the ‘resource’ it focusses on tends to be people and materials. Because of this, most engineering departments also use complementary solutions for Product Life Cycle (PLM), Product Data Management (PDM), Material Requirement Planning (MRP) and Document Management Systems (DMS).

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        A Record-setting Zuken Innovation World Americas

        Zuken Innovation World Americas 2018 took place recently in San Diego and was record-setting!  This was by far the largest ZIW event held in the Americas based on registrations, partners and international visitor attendance. Customer participation also set a record with over 25% of the sessions being delivered by customers. But, breaking records is only part of the story.

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        The Building Blocks of a Digital Twin Strategy for Automotive Wiring Systems

        Because of its influence on weight and cost, accurately digitizing the wiring system is a priority when implementing a digital twin strategy in the automotive and transportation sectors. It’s also one of the most challenging aspects of this task.

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        Controlling the Release Points for Your PLM/PDM System

        There is one thing that all design engineers will agree on: creating and gathering all the required data for PLM is error-prone and can be a royal pain. We all understand the value of releasing our design data to the corporate PLM system but our design process dictates multiple release points, and each one has a different purpose and data requirements.

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        Tech Tip: Managing BOMs Through the Component EOL Cycle with Zuken’s DS-CR

        Electronic components are constantly changing, causing parts to go EOL (End-of-Life) for various reasons: companies go out of business, component product lines change hands, old technology is updated with new. Electronic product manufacturers must be agile to keep their product BOMs (bill of materials) up to date and keep their supply chain humming. Fortunately for them, Zuken’s DS-CR customers leverage component and design data relationships to tackle the problem.

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        Tech Tip: Generating Where-used Reports in DS-CR (Formerly Known as DS-2)

        One of the more powerful capabilities of a good data management system such as DS-CR (formerly known as DS-2) is searching and the ability to generate reports. A great example is the ability to generate Where-used information.

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        3 Simple Steps to Improving Product Quality with a Connected Device

        The IoT Platform has opened up the door for the proliferation of user apps covering games, travel, golf, etc. But what if the IoT Platform could improve your hardware performance and reliability and in turn, product quality? Imagine if you could gather product performance information while your product is being used by the customer. A dream come true! You could identify product weaknesses, eliminate them and build a better product. As your product improves, the repair costs go down, customer satisfaction goes up and everyone wins. And in extreme cases, you could avoid a costly product recall by seeing early warning signs.