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Started in CAD/CAM technology in 1966. Spent 31 years of my career with Grumman Aerospace Corporation. Designed, crated and maintained major CAD applications in support of Master Dimensions requirement. I was a key member of the ad-hoc committees that introduced/deployed CADAM and subsequently … More »
Intraoperability outside of product design & mfg
July 15th, 2009 by Bill Abramson
I have had a recent discussion with someone who was describing their very seious intraoperability issues. Areas such as flight test and field support experience major problems in accessing product definitions in a form that they can use. Applications used by engineering and manufacturing … among others … do not provide the critical functions these other areas require forcing them to use other non-compatible applications.
What do you think?
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