ANDOVER, MA and MUNICH, Germany, Oct 19, 2016 – Aras, the next leader in enterprise product lifecycle management (PLM) software, announced the agenda for the ACE 2016 Europe conference. ACE 2016 Europe convenes global leaders to collaborate and connect, with an agenda sharing approaches to the complex challenges facing manufacturing and engineering product teams. The 7th annual event takes place on November 8-9, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.
Details and free registration: www.aras.com/ACE2016Europe.
Peter Schroer, Aras CEO and founder, will open the event with a keynote address focusing on the need to rethink PLM and how it relates to the business of engineering rather than the science of engineering. Professor Dr. Martin Eigner of the University of Kaiserslautern will present the impacts of the Industrial Internet, Industry 4.0 and IoT on PLM.
Customer presentations from Saab, Aeronamic, Romer Labs, Leonardo S.p.A. Helicopter Division and Nidec ASI S.p.A. will focus on their experience with Aras and what role PLM plays in the management of their global development processes.
The agenda features an “unconferenced” session with Peter Schroer, Aras CEO & founder, as well as Rob McAveney, Aras chief architect. In this open format session, attendees can engage with Aras leadership in an open dialogue about technology advances and the vision ahead for Aras PLM.
Other Topics Include:
- Manufacturing Process Planning
- Enterprise Search
- Quality Management Systems
- Variants Management
- Enhanced Visual Collaboration
- Conference Details
Date: November 8-9
Location: Berlin, Germany
Cost: Free to attend – Registration is required
Agenda and Registration: www.aras.com/ACE2016Europe
Aras offers the best product lifecycle management (PLM) software for global businesses with complex products and processes. Resilient PLM platform technology makes Aras more scalable, flexible and upgradable for the world’s largest organizations, and a full set of applications provide complete functionality for the business of engineering. Customers include Airbus, GE, Hitachi, Honda, Kawasaki, Motorola and XEROX. Aras is privately held with global headquarters in Andover, Mass.