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Jonathan Scott

Securing Trilogy’s Parts & Vendors Data

If you’ve been using Parts & Vendors for years like many folks in the engineering community, you were no doubt disappointed when Trilogy Design stopped supporting the product. Just like Trilogy, we hate using spreadsheets to track BOM data, and think OpenBOM is a great way to get out of spreadsheets without having to deploy a full PLM system.
Jonathan Scott
March 29, 2021

Strengthen Your Digital Thread: Inventory and Map

Most people have more product data than they realize, and the places where the digital thread needs to be built out or reinforced is not always obvious. If you’re not sure where to get started, take an inventory of your technical data (digital and analog), map out if and how it connects to your digital thread, and then step back to look at it. If you’re not sure how to do this, let me offer some steps you can take to get it going.
Jonathan Scott
February 1, 2021

Many Paths to a Digital Thread

Digital Thread is a popular buzzword today, and once you learn the definition it is hard to argue against having one in any engineering organization. Agreeing that digital threads are nice, and setting about building a digital thread, are two entirely different things.
Jonathan Scott
August 18, 2020

Why Digital Twin?

What does it take to make better decisions? Some would answer, “Experience.” That is certainly true in some cases, but for deterministic problems, many people would say it takes more information, or better information. What we really need is the ability to predict future outcomes, but that’s not possible. Or is it?
Jonathan Scott
May 14, 2020
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