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White Paper: Future Direction for Product Lifecycle Management and Model-Based Systems Engineering

Industries such as automotive, aerospace, biomedical, and telecommunications continue to face increasing system and product development challenges that require a strategic response. Organizations must innovate to advance technology at an accelerating rate in areas such as computing, networking, sensors, and materials and insert these technologies into their product development.

While most product development regimes use product lifecycle management (PLM) or model-based systems engineering (MBSE) to organize and streamline their innovation efforts, it's becoming clear to many that merging the two development ideas creates a more effective product development guide.

In this white paper you will learn:
  • What the difference is between PLM and MBSE.
  • Why merging PLM with MBSE makes it possible to develop complex products effectively.
  • How you can integrate PLM and MBSE paradigms without creating chaos within your product development organization scheme.


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