Starting today, a new Solid Edge Blog roll out “solidedging”
The blog is own by Dave Ault, a Solid Edge user, who start using Solid Edge with the release ST1.
He own a small job shop where he wear all hats from design to weld to CNC to…..
Dave was also involve in a Solid Edge user group in his region.
So please give Dave a warm welcome by visiting his blog and leave him a comment
Interview M. Joyal from Matritech #Quebec at #plmconx http://t.co/2jtgU7t Des gars bien de chez nous SE french connexion 🙂 #solidedge_fr
PLM world conference is now open and by now we should have Dan Staples speaking his Solid Edge ST4 keynote
Here some tweeter feed to follow
Here some quick news:
@bradholtz: Siemens vs Dassault in automotive wins. Red is DS. #plmconx http://plixi.com/p/98083611
@timecompression: Tony Affuso, chairman and CEO, Siemens PLM Software: “3,00,000 seats of PLM operating daily” [in the Americas] #plmconx
@richardmeagher: Affuso: Siemens 2010 revenue = $200b #plmconx @PLMWorld
@allanbehrens: #Siemens adds 4800 customers last year cites Tony Affuso at #plmconx
@jim_techclarity: Siemens PL Chair Tony Affuso says 5 quarters strong growth, double-digit license growth, strongest sales pipeline ever – #plmconx
@autofieldguide: Tony Affuso, chairman and CEO, Siemens PLM Software: “24 of top automotive companies use our software” #plmconx
Hard to keep up with twitter, better visit the links below to see the re-tweet of the main header
The BBS (i.e. vBulletin and DNEWS) will be moving to the siemens.com domain this Friday, April 8th, 2011. The current URL http://bbsnotes.ugs.com/vbulletin will have a redirect to make the transition a bit easier. The new URL will be http://bbs.industrysoftware.automation.siemens.com. If you are using the BBS from a news client, your client will need to be reconfigured. I posted a newsitem in every newsgroup to address the change. If you are using the BBS via a browser, other than updating your bookmark(s).
For newsreader client use dnews.industrysoftware.automation.siemens.com for the serve
Near 300 slides of PowerPoint presentation about Solid Edge, hours of fun to put on your bedside table 🙂
Blogger Ken Grundey who is on the beta program, gave us it’s fourth review base on Dan Staples keynote at the PLM world.
New radial menu and new interface feature
Few assembly stuff
Looking for more informations, PLM world give access to presentation material to PLM members
Become a member is free what are you waiting for…..
Last minute note:
You must have attended the conference to get the current years conference presentations. After a year, then they’re available to all Citizens
What is curreently available:
Presentation of few enhancements of ST3, made my Dan Staples took about 2 hours. It will not be that easy to report all of this in details.
Note those are only a brief overview of new features in ST3.
Note that SEwST3 just start the beta program phase. Few lucky beta customers have or will make a first contact over the next weeks with ST3 in the Siemens office.
Info in this post may change or be modifying, when the final product will be delivered, it is planned to ship the software around October.
Some pictures in this post are mock-up made from ST2 by Solid DNA to help represent some concepts.
From the PLM world, meet M. John Devitry a passionate teacher who open the minds of his students using Synchonous Technology.
From John Banquer reply i add this little survey
The upcoming user group meeting for Huntsville is firmed up for the SE Huntsville office from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Aug. 18 where the last meeting was held.
8 a.m. is for sign in, meeting start at 9 a.m.
Lunch is included and there are no fees for those of you wondering about this.
A website will be in place shortly to register, stay tune i will communicate when i have the adresse
Folks at Siemens from the Velocity group are planning user conference for the Solid Edge product.
Il y as même une réunion de prévue pour le Québec si vous êtes intéressé envoyé moi un courriel à email@example.com, avec dans le sujet “conférence des utilisateurs Solid Edge”
As announced Friday, a new location and date have been set for the upcoming Siemens PLM Connection 2010 event:
Where: Sheraton Dallas, Dallas, TX (Hotel Information)
When: 28 June – 1 July 2010
In looking for new venues, the most critical goal to achieve was to preserve the total event cost for the attendee. We are pleased to announce that not only does the attendee have more flight options into Dallas than Nashville; there was also a negotiated $119 daily room rate with the Sheraton – a $60 per night savings over Nashville room rates. For more information please refer to: http://event.plmworld.org/hotel-travel/hotel-information/. PLM World will post the link to the housing site here by the end of the week. All attendees will need to rebook their hotel reservations at the Sheraton. For other questions, please read below:
I was registered to attend the conference in Nashville. What do I need to do to register for the conference in Dallas? There is nothing that you will need to do. The registration will just transfer to the rescheduled event in Dallas.
What do I need to do with my hotel reservation? All attendees will need to rebook their hotel reservations at the Sheraton, a link will be provided on our Hotel Page by the end of the week.
If I wasn’t booked at the Gaylord, will my new hotel reservation transfer? No. All attendees will need to rebook their hotel reservations. Remember that there is a savings on the conference registration price when the conference hotel is booked.
If I wasn’t booked at the Gaylord, but would like to now stay at the conference hotel (Sheraton), would I be able to receive a refund of the difference in the conference registration price? Yes, when you book at the conference hotel, we will reimburse you the refund of the conference registration price difference. Please contact Experient Customer Service toll free at (866) 229-3691, local at 301-694-5243 (W Maryland: Silver Spring, Frederick) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Will PLM World help me for having to change my flight plans? PLM World has worked very hard to negotiate a lower hotel rate (~$300 over 5 nights savings) to compensate for the change in travel. We certainly apologize for having to change the event, and have done everything possible to minimize the total conference cost.
Are there any other changes to the event? The schedule may have some minor changes with the shift in dates, but the breakout sessions will still occur, and no major changes to the agenda are anticipated.
What if I can’t attend the event on the new dates? We will allow a transfer of your registration fee. If you are unable to transfer your registration to another employee, PLM World will reimburse you 100% of your conference fee. In either case please contact Experient Customer Service toll free at (866) 229-3691, local at 301-694-5243 (W Maryland: Silver Spring, Frederick) or by email at email@example.com.
Our thoughts are with those impacted by the devastating floods in Nashville, Tennessee and the PLM World board has decided to “relocate” our Siemens PLM Connection user group conference to Dallas on June 27- July 2. The overwhelming feedback from you, the user community, was to continue to have the conference this year and preferably in the next several months. We are very pleased to announce that we have set a new date and location for the upcoming Siemens PLM Connection 2010 event:
Where: Dallas, TX
When: 27 June – 2 July 2010
After looking for other event sites in Nashville during the same time, we were encouraged by the Nashville tourism office to go elsewhere because of the sustained damage, cleanup and needed reconstruction effort. We are currently in the final stages of signing the contract with the hotel in Dallas and will let you know early next week once the contract is in place with the exact details. Your registration will be maintained but you’ll need to rebook your hotel which will be on the site once we announce the venue. In addition, we are also allowing you to transfer your registration to another person if scheduling is an issue.
Please watch for another communication early next week.
Thanks again for your support.
PLM world is comming in few months ( end of May), here a refresh of what was present last year, when simulation was introduce.
For this year, Mark Burhop would like to have your insight prior to get to this year PLM conference. This way he could show you stuff you would like to see.
He also would like to have people interested by the product, to be present for a round table and discuss future developement of the product.
If your company is planning on sending 9 or more people to the conference, make sure to also take advantage of our group registration, which is only available during Early Bird registration.
You can find up to date information on our conference event site, including agenda updates, keynote speakers, training schedules, and PLM World partner information. Our 2010 training schedule has now posted so make sure to take a look today!
Register today and secure your place at the most rewarding event of the year!
For questions please email Kati Kenyon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Nashville, TN May 24-27
Siemens PLM Connection Americas 2010
Last Week to Submit Abstracts!
Last Week to Submit Abstracts
PLM World is looking for Siemens PLM Software Users to present at this years annual conference in Nashville. We are eager to develop our technical agenda this year, and excited to see what people are working on in the office. If your abstract is accepted, you will receive FREE admission to the conference!
→Submit an Abstract
Registration for Siemens PLM Connection Opening in February
It is time to start planning for Siemens PLM Connection 2010. We have preliminary information regarding this years conference on the web on our registration pages. Online registration will be opening in mid-February for all PLM World Members.
For more information on PLM World please visit our website at www.plmworld.org
For more information on Siemens PLM Connection 2010 please visit our event site at www.event.plmworld.org