Aerospace & Defense
Innovation and collaborative, synchronized program management for new programs
Innovation and collaborative, synchronized program management for new programsExplore Industry
Integration of mechanical, software and electronic systems technologies for vehicle systemsExplore Industry
Product innovation through effective management of integrated formulations, packaging and manufacturing processesExplore Industry
New product development leverages data to improve quality and profitability and reduce time-to-market and costsExplore Industry
Supply chain collaboration in design, construction, maintenance and retirement of mission-critical assetsExplore Industry
Integration of manufacturing process planning with design and engineering for today’s machine complexityExplore Industry
Visibility, compliance and accountability for insurance and financial industriesExplore Industry
Shipbuilding innovation to sustainably reduce the cost of developing future fleetsExplore Industry
Siemens PLM Software, a leader in media and telecommunications software, delivers digital solutions for cutting-edge technology supporting complex products in a rapidly changing market.Explore Industry
“Personalized product innovation” through digitalization to meet market demands and reduce costsExplore Industry
Faster time to market, fewer errors for Software DevelopmentExplore Industry
Siemens PLM Manufacturing Education
Modern-day manufacturing education leverages state-of-the-art PLM software and services to teach students about every aspect of manufacturing, including engineering, technology, industrial design, and related software. By using these PLM solutions, today's manufacturing education programs give students a distinct advantage in preparation for highly competitive manufacturing jobs that require full knowledge of modern technology and tools.
Undergraduate and graduate students can use the software in class to acquire skills in simulation, robotics, manufacturing processes, facilities planning and product data management. Secondary students may engage in activities that build their familiarity with manufacturing and encourage them to consider careers in related fields such as science, technology, engineering and math.