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Explore the topic of digital transformation in industry in Where Today Meets Tomorrow, a Siemens podcast. The conversations are fun and lighthearted, accessible to everyone from your CTO to your mom. Complexity and change are hallmarks of our industry and modern life generally, but one constant is that all of us working in and impacted by digitalization have a story to tell. What's yours?

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Explore the topic of digital transformation in industry in Where Today Meets Tomorrow, a Siemens podcast. The conversations are fun and lighthearted, accessible to everyone from your CTO to your mom. Complexity and change are hallmarks of our industry and modern life generally, but one constant is that all of us working in and impacted by digitalization have a story to tell. What's yours?

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English


Episodes

PLM for Component Manufacturers in the cloud provides benefits to small and medium-sized companies

2/15/2023
PLM for cloud is changing the product development process and having a fundamental impact on the way a business operates. In this final podcast of our Teamcenter X solution, Mary McDonald, Global Industry Marketing Leader for small and medium business at Siemens Digital Industries Software, and Tim Yerby, Solution Director for Industrial Machinery at Siemens Digital Industries Software, discuss some of the challenges companies face when doing product development, design, and innovation,...

Duration:00:12:04

Teamcenter X provides cloud solutions for medical device management

2/7/2023
PLM for medical devices covers the need of all teams involved in the whole product life cycle, from the device design development to the production and finally to regulatory submission. In this fourth podcast in the Teamcenter X solution series, we discover the impact of cloud and PLM on small and medium-sized businesses. Alexandre Berthod, Global Marketing Manager at Siemens Digital Industries Software, and Ryan Bauer, Director of Medical Device & Pharmaceutical Solutions at Siemens,...

Duration:00:10:29

PLM for Machine Builders (built on Teamcenter X) addresses manufacturers' challenges working in a CTO and ETO environment

1/31/2023
This podcast discusses how the cloud changes the product development process, fundamentally impacting how a business operates. Machine builders can blend their engineer-to-order (ETO) and configure-to-order (CTO) demands. Engineer-to-order (ETO) comes inherently with increased risk of doing something for the first time, so it naturally follows that companies must find ways to reuse previous designs, leading to a configure-to-order (CTO) way of working. In our third podcast in the Teamcenter...

Duration:00:13:16

Teamcenter X and AWS provide a cloud-secure comprehensive infrastructure

1/25/2023
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is architected to be the most flexible and secure cloud computing environment available today. The core infrastructure is built to satisfy the security requirements of the military, global banks, and other high-sensitivity organizations. In addition, AWS uses the same secure hardware and software to build and operate each of the regions and service offerings to associate that it is supply-vetted and accepted as safe enough for top-secret information, benefitting all...

Duration:00:09:30

Teamcenter X SaaS solutions in the cloud

1/10/2023
Software as a Service (SaaS) is a way of delivering applications over the Internet. We have all become users of cloud solutions, often starting with our mobile phones and backing up data to iCloud or Google Drive. However, SaaS applications have become more pervasive in our work lives, with companies like Salesforce leading the way with CRM and Microsoft moving from selling the office suite to a cloud service for document creation and storage. Our host Chris Pennington, Global Industry...

Duration:00:11:47

The Current Trends in Verification Technology

11/16/2022
An increase in the complexity of designs has led to the adoption of more advanced technology in verification. This is helping companies increase their efficiency and keep the cost reasonable as they meet the needs for more customized products. With many new technologies becoming available, engineers need to focus on solutions that meet their needs effectively. I’m your host, Joe Hupcey, a Verification Product Technologist, and today I’m joined by Harry Foster, Chief Scientist Verification at...

Duration:00:11:17

The Current Trends in ASIC Design and Verification

11/9/2022
Increased electrification and customization have significantly increased the complexity of ASIC hardware design and verification. This has resulted in many projects taking longer period than expected. That’s why companies must develop more efficient design technologies and verification mechanisms. I’m your host, Joe Hupcey, a Verification Product Technologist, and today I’m joined by Harry Foster, Chief Scientist Verification at Siemens EDA. He is also the Co-Founder and Executive Editor of...

Duration:00:12:43

The Current Trends in FPGA verification

11/2/2022
The increased complexity in FPGA design has also increased the complexity of the verification process. Organizations are now looking to leverage new verification techniques and languages. While more tools and languages are now available for verification, engineers must learn the necessary skills to get the most out of them. I’m your host, Joe Hupcey, a Verification Product Technologist, and today I’m joined by Harry Foster, Chief Scientist Verification at Siemens EDA. He is also the...

Duration:00:16:31

The Growing Complexity in Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA)

10/26/2022
Increased complexity is one of the biggest problems that manufacturers are currently dealing with. One of the biggest causes of this is increased electrification and the need for customized products. Adding features to cater to those needs requires redesigning critical components such as the FPGA. I’m your host, Joe Hupcey III, a Verification Product Technologist, and today I’m joined by Harry Foster, Chief Scientist Verification at Siemens EDA. He is also the Co-Founder and Executive Editor...

Duration:00:13:38

Thought Leadership Showcases Digital Innovation

9/9/2022
What is the future of innovative technology and manufacturing? Siemens is on the pulse of groundbreaking technologies. In step with that objective, Siemens Digital Industry Software Thought Leadership Team provides podcasts, blogs, articles and white papers based on the knowledge of engineers and experts in their field, discussing what Siemens is doing and forecasting the landscape of many industries and technologies. We want to share a little about our team, its members, and our work. Our...

Duration:00:11:41

Low-Code and the Case of the Perfect Solution

3/21/2022
Low-code was not built as a full replacement hard coding. In fact, in most cases, it complements it by accelerating the software development process. It therefore shouldn’t be viewed as the answer to everything even though it’s a perfect answer for many scenarios. The challenge is identifying which these scenarios are and proving that it is actually effective for them. That’s why testing out a low-code platform by building a minimum viable product is important before making a decision on...

Duration:00:11:57

Low-Code and the Case of the Rigid Regulations

3/14/2022
In safety-sensitive industries such as aerospace, management needs to keep detailed logs of all their processes. This makes the industry very cautious when adopting any changes. They don’t just run towards the next flashy innovation before thoroughly understanding what its impact on their compliance is. They want efficient systems that are consistent and enable them to remain audit-ready. That’s where low-code comes in. With just some minor changes in what team members do, it is able to...

Duration:00:11:03

Low-Code and the Case of the Customer Cruncher

3/7/2022
Most established organizations are very protective of their legacy systems even when they are clearly inefficient. That’s because their employees’ vast knowledge on how to operate those systems is a big asset to them. They view investing in new systems as possible opportunities that are beyond their risk tolerance. Low-code systems are perfect for such organizations because the transition is fast and many features can easily be customized to meet their needs. It also provides them with an...

Duration:00:12:30

Low-Code and the Case of the Disrupted Developers

2/28/2022
Change is inevitable for any organization looking to remain relevant or progress. However, implementing it is not easy because people who are used to doing things a certain way will likely view it with suspicion. This is one of the biggest obstacles that CTOs that wish to introduce their developers to low-code platforms face. Many software developers are reluctant to embrace it because they feel that it’s here to replace them. It is therefore important for a CTO to explain the value that...

Duration:00:12:37

Low-Code and the Case of the Turbulent Turbines

2/21/2022
Low-code helps companies build applications faster without the need for a large specialized team to start the process from scratch. That speed is just one part of low-code’s magic! Another factor that makes it stand out is the flexibility that comes with the hand-coding capability. Hand-coding capabilities allow companies to build customized applications that deliver the most value to them. This is important for companies that operate in a highly regulated space or have complex business...

Duration:00:13:12

Low Code and the Case of the Inefficient Candy Manufacturer

2/14/2022
Low-code platforms are a great solution when you want to achieve accelerated digital transformation at a lower cost. But, can it really work for big industrial environments? How do you get from problem to solution? First, yes it can. Low-code is very efficient even in big industrial environments when implemented well. This episode will elaborate that in more detail as well as describe the journey involved while deploying low-code. In this first of six episodes investigating low-code myths,...

Duration:00:13:09

Digital Transformation For Quality Management: Episode 5

2/7/2022
Manufacturers are surrounded by data but are starved for insights! In an age where quality-first culture can mean huge profits and increased market share, using data to achieve continuous improvements has become very necessary. However, this is only possible when you have the right tools for correcting, distributing, and analyzing shop floor data. I’m your host, Bettina Pruemper, with Siemens Global Marketing, and today I’m joined by Subba Rao, Director for Innovation to Market at Siemens...

Duration:00:28:44

Digital Transformation For Quality Management: Episode 4

1/31/2022
The cost and value attached to legacy systems represent the biggest impediments to digital transformation for most manufacturers. This is why most of the companies that feel the need to digitalize so as to keep up with current consumer and market needs are opting for solutions that easily integrate their current systems. Solutions such as Mendix’s Low Code make it possible for them to tap into modern solutions while still using their legacy systems. I’m your host, Bettina Pruemper, with...

Duration:00:27:09

Digital Transformation For Quality Management: Episode 3

1/24/2022
One of the most impactful steps that manufacturers can take to set themselves apart is by making quality a priority in every process related to the product. Failure to do this can lead to costly recalls and loss of market share to competitors who might be deemed to have superior products. This is why many companies have adopted a quality culture that traverses all departments that are involved in the manufacturing process. I’m your host, Bettina Pruemper, with Siemens Global Marketing, and...

Duration:00:14:47

Digital Transformation For Quality Management: Episode 2

1/17/2022
Cost has been historically considered an important driver for every business, and sometimes choices to reduce it have been made to the detriment of ensuring quality. But, on the flip side, ensuring quality is the best way to control unexpected costs - and this is a fact that many manufacturers who have incurred the high cost of recalls or faced other quality compliance issues would agree with. By digitalizing quality management, companies can easily turn this delicate aspect of production...

Duration:00:15:12