37 episodes

Explore the topic of digital transformation in industry in Where Today Meets Tomorrow, a Siemens podcast. The conversations are fun and lighthearted, accessible to everyone from your CTO to your mom. Complexity and change are hallmarks of our industry and modern life generally, but one constant is that all of us working in and impacted by digitalization have a story to tell. What's yours?

Where Today Meets Tomorrow Siemens Digital Industry Software

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Explore the topic of digital transformation in industry in Where Today Meets Tomorrow, a Siemens podcast. The conversations are fun and lighthearted, accessible to everyone from your CTO to your mom. Complexity and change are hallmarks of our industry and modern life generally, but one constant is that all of us working in and impacted by digitalization have a story to tell. What's yours?

    The Battery Podcast Premiere

    The Battery Podcast Premiere

    Siemens Digital Industries Software is launching a new podcast – The Battery Podcast. Understandably, our hosts and guests will be discussing the battery industry as a whole and the many components that create it. The goal is to talk to experts within Siemens, from our partners, our own customers, and general industry experts. Just as the industry covers everything from mine to recycling and everything in between, so will our resident experts.

    In this first episode you will meet Puneet Sinha and Marc Deyda, as we learn about what the battery industry encompasses, what struggles are most common today, and how some of our customers are meeting the challenge. We’ll also cover some of the major topics we hope to tackle with guests in the future.

    What you’ll learn:
    ·      [1:17] The breadth of the battery ecosystem and it’s applications today
    ·      [4:05] What is a Gigafactory and their value for the future?
    ·      [5:50] What are the challenges businesses are tackling today?
    ·      [15:00] How we are helping customers solve their challenges today?

    Guests and hosts:
    Marc Deyda – Host
    Head of Strategy & Communication Battery at Siemens
    Connect with Marc on LinkedIn
    Puneet Sinha – Host
    Senior Director of Battery Industry at Siemens Digital Industries Software
    Connect with Puneet on LinkedIn

    Nick Finberg – Moderator
    Technical marketing writer at Siemens Digital Industries Software
    Connect with Nick on LinkedIn

    • 25 min
    PLM for Component Manufacturers in the cloud provides benefits to small and medium-sized companies

    PLM for Component Manufacturers in the cloud provides benefits to small and medium-sized companies

    PLM for cloud is changing the product development process and having a fundamental impact on the way a business operates.
    In this final podcast of our Teamcenter X solution, Mary McDonald, Global Industry Marketing Leader for small and medium business at Siemens Digital Industries Software, and Tim Yerby, Solution Director for Industrial Machinery at Siemens Digital Industries Software, discuss some of the challenges companies face when doing product development, design, and innovation, implementing a digital environment and new technology.
    Companies are realizing they have limited resources, so what are the challenges and advantages of PLM for component manufacturers relevant to smaller manufacturers?
    This final episode provides key points of what PLM for Component Manufacturers provides:

    Manage CAD and PLM systems in small to medium-sized companies without the luxury of additional staff.

    Understand what will work in your current system that can handle the CAD data without changing the CAD system through PLM.

    Manage the engineering change process, running the course of integrations which does not end with PLM.

    Ensure the organization can utilize your CAD and BOM data (ERP, MRP and manufacturing system.

    Remove barriers that many manufacturers face by helping to create a more efficient process.

    Provide out-of-the-box solutions to most customers, even if it needs some customization; therefore, any consulting or services cost is much smaller.

    Use cloud or SaaS to provide a significant piece of software with a substantial commitment in capital and resources.


    Connect with Tim Yerby:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with Mary Macdonald:
    LinkedIn

    • 12 min
    Teamcenter X provides cloud solutions for medical device management

    Teamcenter X provides cloud solutions for medical device management

    PLM for medical devices covers the need of all teams involved in the whole product life cycle, from the device design development to the production and finally to regulatory submission.
     
    In this fourth podcast in the Teamcenter X solution series, we discover the impact of cloud and PLM on small and medium-sized businesses. Alexandre Berthod, Global Marketing Manager at Siemens Digital Industries Software, and Ryan Bauer, Director of Medical Device & Pharmaceutical Solutions at Siemens, discuss the challenges of developing new medical devices and the following advantages of PLM cloud solutions.
     
    This solution is built on the Siemens Teamcenter platform for enterprise-grade product lifecycle management and preconfigured to support core product development, quality, and regulatory activities for medical device companies.
     
    Cloud solutions offer real benefits, focusing on core areas at a high level, including design, data management, product line management, and quality process management.
     
    This episode includes some of the following key points:

    Monitors the status and performance of your team and their deliverables through multi-domain data management.

    Provides product line management to leverage the system of record to organize and match the medical device, product lines, and all the SKU structures. Also, BOM management assists to organize it for design transfer and communications with regulatory authorities.

    Delivers quality process management to provide advanced capabilities built into map requirements and perform design tracing to provide a framework for risk and change control, coordinating efficiency across an organization, connecting to the design history file in a database manner.

    Provides integrated risk management according to ISO 14971, a standard for the industry to handle hazard analysis and connection into requirements and testing for design trace.

    Delivers a structured way of managing your labeling content into different labeling tools and coordinating UDI information into the product line, SKU management, and data consumption into the labeling.

    Provides validation support on the cloud, having it available for preconfigured help to offer some IQ and OQ documentation during the deployment to speed customers’ time to value.


    Connect with Alexandre Berthod:
    LinkedIn
     
    Connect with Ryan Bauer:
    LinkedIn

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    • 10 min
    PLM for Machine Builders (built on Teamcenter X) addresses manufacturers' challenges working in a CTO and ETO environment

    PLM for Machine Builders (built on Teamcenter X) addresses manufacturers' challenges working in a CTO and ETO environment

    This podcast discusses how the cloud changes the product development process, fundamentally impacting how a business operates. Machine builders can blend their engineer-to-order (ETO) and configure-to-order (CTO) demands. 
     
    Engineer-to-order (ETO) comes inherently with increased risk of doing something for the first time, so it naturally follows that companies must find ways to reuse previous designs, leading to a configure-to-order (CTO) way of working.
     
    In our third podcast in the Teamcenter X solution series, our host Chris Pennington, Global Industry Marketing Leader for Industrial Machinery at Siemens Digital Industries Software, interviews Jaques Mostert, Solution Director for Industrial Machinery at Siemens Digital Industries Software. They will discuss how customers for industrial machinery will always require a level unique to each machine as companies sometimes make different products.


    This episode includes some of the following key points:

    There is some level of reuse possible in production, as it can only be a partial copy of what was done before, resulting in an engineering environment where ETO and CTO practices are mixed.

    Smarter machines become integral to the product, providing greater complexity and profitability.

    A managed environment provides multidisciplinary teams collaborating in one place in real-time.

    ETO/CTO provides out-of-the-box, configured-to-order products.

    The cloud solution gives the ability to take control of CAD data – CAD systems supplied by Siemens and the other main CAD vendors.

    Factories are smarter and more automated, meaning the machines are becoming smarter, connected with more sensors, and controlled by sophisticated automation systems.

     
    Connect with Jaques Mostert:
    LinkedIn
     
    Connect with Chris Pennington:
    LinkedIn

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    • 13 min
    Teamcenter X and AWS provide a cloud-secure comprehensive infrastructure

    Teamcenter X and AWS provide a cloud-secure comprehensive infrastructure

    Amazon Web Services (AWS) is architected to be the most flexible and secure cloud computing environment available today. The core infrastructure is built to satisfy the security requirements of the military, global banks, and other high-sensitivity organizations.
     
    In addition, AWS uses the same secure hardware and software to build and operate each of the regions and service offerings to associate that it is supply-vetted and accepted as safe enough for top-secret information, benefitting all customers globally.

    In our second podcast in the Teamcenter X industry solutions series, we join our host Chris Pennington, Global Industry Marketing Leader for Industrial Machinery at Siemens Digital Industries Software, and Joe Rosing, WW GTM Leader, Industrial Manufacturing at AWS. They will discuss a new perspective on how the cloud changes the product development process and how a business operates. And how AWS makes security a top priority, architected to be the most flexible and secure cloud computing environment available today.
    Malintent can find a server from anywhere, whether it's in the cloud or not. So, AWS has a dedicated team of engineers and investigators who proactively build algorithms and mechanisms to detect and prevent service misuse. They respond quickly if customers or third parties bring suspected misuse to their attention.
     
    This episode includes vital points on the following:

    How AWS provides resiliency in the cloud with a comprehensive infrastructure

    How availability zones isolate faults that could impact workload resilience, preventing them from impacting other zones in the region, ensuring network performance efficiency

    The design principles that assist in automatically recovering from workload failure

    The five reasons for small to medium-sized businesses to operate within the cloud to scale deployment or growth globally

     
    Connect with Joseph Rosing:
    LinkedIn
     
    Connect with Chris Pennington:
    LinkedIn

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    • 9 min
    Teamcenter X SaaS solutions in the cloud

    Teamcenter X SaaS solutions in the cloud

    Software as a Service (SaaS) is a way of delivering applications over the Internet. We have all become users of cloud solutions, often starting with our mobile phones and backing up data to iCloud or Google Drive. However, SaaS applications have become more pervasive in our work lives, with companies like Salesforce leading the way with CRM and Microsoft moving from selling the office suite to a cloud service for document creation and storage.

    Our host Chris Pennington, Global Industry Marketing Leader for Industrial Machinery at Siemens Digital Industries Software, is joined by Michael Boland, Product Manager for Teamcenter at Siemens Digital Industries Software. They will help us understand the advantages of SaaS and what Siemens is doing in this area.

    Fortunately, SaaS can run on any device, PC, laptop or mobile phone. And the Siemens Xcelerator suite of software offers a broad range of capabilities that take the power of cloud and SaaS further through PLM software Teamcenter. Branded as Teamcenter X, it makes PLM adoption even easier by increasing preconfiguration and developing industry-focused solutions ready to go right out of the box.

    This first episode in the series provides an introduction to PLM Machine Builders and the advantages of SaaS.

    Learn from this Episode:

    A definition of SaaS.

    The power of cloud via PLM Software as a Saas solution.

    Managing your data with PLM SaaS.

    How PLM adoption increases through preconfigured solutions.

    Customer trends driving cloud services



    Connect with Michael Boland:
    LinkedIn

    Connect with Chris Pennington:
    LinkedIn

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    • 11 min

Customer Reviews

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4 Ratings

Geoff Koch ,

ok, so I'm biased, but still...

Fun discussions of what can be some fairly in-the-weeds material. Great to work with, Ginni Saraswati, of course, who is comfortable going from digital twin to favorite Disney movie on a dime. And, Ken, I love that quote too: "Second star to the right and straight on 'til morning." I rarely get sentimental in discussions of industrial digitalization but did here!

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