February 24, 2014 -- Datakit participates in the SIP (Standards & Interoperability PLM) project organized as part of the IRT SystemX, launched in late 2013.
This project focuses on the harmonization of PLM solutions and processes in the manufacturing industry, which notably involves the interoperability of PLM applications and support for standards in use in the PLM world, especially STEP, experiencing fast evolutions: these are strategic aspects for the industry.
SIP is intended to provide a framework for interoperability PLM tests for certification of exchange processors and for preliminary works about development of exchange standards. It brings together expertise from various backgrounds for a more comprehensive approach to the subject.
In this matter, Datakit provides its expertise in interoperability focused on CAD data, high skills in data exchange standards, especially STEP (definition and use), active participation in forums working on these standards, all providing frameworks for their development and deployment.
Datakit is a privately held and leading company founded in 1994, specialized in CAD data exchange solutions and services. It offers standalone converters, plug-ins and SDK that analyze, heal and export a large number of CAD formats. Datakit exposes a wide range of geometrical and semantic data (assemblies, annotations, metadata…) through its varied range of products. It also provides support services for the migration of CAD databases to help customers choose the best data transfer solutions. It works closely together with independent software vendors that currently integrate its CAD data exchange solutions to their own software.
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