PLM International Research Foundation Launch in Brussels will Help Shape the Future of PLM

Oxford, England. Dec 10, 2014 -- The initiative to establish a PLM International Research Foundation (PLM-IRF) has so far involved participants from nearly 30 countries. More than 20 areas of research have been identified that will help the PLM of the future to transcend today's constraints.
 
This has created the clearest and most informed picture of what PLM should look like in 10 year's time. The next step is to hold a round-table meeting so that PLM practitioners and researchers can debate how this advanced scenario can be realised.
 
The PLM-IRF Launch Meeting in Brussels, Belgium on 27-28 January 2015 will be the first first industry-wide event to answer the question: "What research does the world need, to achieve the future PLM capabilities that the world wants?"
 
The Agenda includes keynotes from the European Commission and from industry, and covers all of the aims and proposed structure of the new Foundation. If successful, a Steering Group and a new 'Pathfinder Group' may be created to drive the initiative forward during 2015.
 
This is an international meeting, and is open to participants from any country. We have notable support from the USA and India, and if the Brussels meeting is successful it may be repeated in those countries. However, being at the Launch Meeting in January can give special insights, and opportunites to influence the way that the initiative moves forward.
 
There are full details about the PLM-IRF and the Launch Meeting on the PLMIG web site; and you can request more information via Email Contact. If you can be there in Brussels you can help shape the future of PLM.
 
About the PLM-IRF
The PLM International Research Foundation is an initiative that is currently being led by the PLM Interest Group, the PLM Institute and IFIP WG5.1. The aim is to establish a completely independent, non-commercial body that will support global research into the most advanced elements of PLM for the future benefit of industry around the world.

For more information, please contact:
Roger Tempest
PLMIG


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