Competitive speed and cheaper apps spell the end to requirements gathering and testing for new tech.
Stephen J. Andriole
Summary of the discussion on digital operations management in our eight-part Digital Thread video series.
Mark Cotteleer, Paul Michelman, and Brenna Sniderman
In part 8 of our eight-part video series, we explore the potential future applications of the digital thread.
Mark Cotteleer, Mark Vitale, and Kelly Marchese
In Part 7 of our eight-part video series, we synthesize the steps of the digital thread.
Mark Cotteleer, Joe Schibi, and Jonathan Holdowsky
Part 6 of our eight-part video series looks at quality assurance in additive manufacturing.
Mark Cotteleer, Monika Mahto, and Brenna Sniderman
Many companies overlook the potential of new applications for products they have sold for years.
Erwin Danneels and Federico Frattini
Part 5 of our eight-part video series looks at digital additive manufacturing systems.
Mark Cotteleer, Sarah Jersild, and Anh Phillips
Mature companies often lack the vision and the commitment to fully commit to new technologies.
Fernando F. Suarez, James Utterback, Paul von Gruben, and Hye Young Kang
Part 4 of our eight-part video series looks at how digital simulation makes product testing more efficient.
Mark Cotteleer, Joseph Mariani, and Jonathan Holdowsky
In Part 3 of our eight-part video series, we examine how topology optimization makes design more cost-effective.
Mark Cotteleer, Brenna Sniderman, and Hemnabh Varia
Part 2 of our eight-part video series explores design as the starting point for digital production.
Mark Cotteleer, Jonathan Holdowsky, and Monika Mahto
When it comes to patent policies, the U.S. system is not broken — so lawmakers shouldn’t fix it.
David J. Kappos
If managed well, internal crowdsourcing initiatives can open up a rich source of innovation.