High Tech Innovation in the age of Experience
Olivier Ribet, Vice President of High Tech, Dassault Systèmes
ENOVIA PLM Implementation for Atmel Corporation
The creation of desirable, connected customer experiences is fostered by higher consumer expectations and usages, increased role of software, further miniaturization, new materials, larger ecosystem of suppliers and partners. Watch this session to learn how new collaboration models and engineering approaches induce speed, agility and transparency to the High-Tech innovation process. The practical example of creating a Smart Home appliance will show how to invent, design, validate, produce and launch an innovative connected consumer experience - all on one common platform that synchronizes all innovation disciplines from Ideation to Marketing.
Sankhajit Chakraborty, Senior Manager, WW Manufacturing, Quality and PLM, IT; Atmel Corporation
Atmel is an industry leader in IoT space providing a wide array of semiconductor solutions for Microcontrollers , Touch, Automotive, Security, Memory and wireless segments. Over the years Atmel acquired multiple companies and with them came different Product Data management solutions and processes. There was a need to harmonize these platforms and processes to one standard solution that can provide the necessary data integrity and visibility to achieve Engineering, Costing, Planning and Manufacturing goals. Atmel kicked off a PLM and DFM (Design for Manufacturing) implementation program in 2014 with a goal to have a harmonized solution that will address the fragmentation and data integrity issues with existing partial PDM solutions across the company. The presentation covers the diverse nature of Atmel business, the reason to choose Dassault Systemes as a solution provider and details for the Atmel implementation.
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