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Bosch Deploys Siemens PLM Solutions

The company will be using NX and Teamcenter for CAD, PDM and PLM applications.

Bosch, an automotive supplier, has decided to implement Siemens’ suite of CAD, PDM (product data management) and PLM (product lifecycle management) software as its common product development platform in the Electrical Drives division. Starting this summer, the company will begin using NX and Teamcenter for its global operations.

According to a company press release, Bosch’s decision for Siemens software aligns with its goal to optimize the value chain of the Electric Drives division with a modular toolkit-concept. This will also be the basis for digital collaboration between different departments across the product development process. It will also help scale standardization across the department.

“Siemens PLM Software believes that the increasingly complex products today’s automotive suppliers offer require a systems-driven approach to product development that combines systems engineering with an integrated product definition,” said Urban August, senior vice president and managing director, Siemens PLM Software. “To facilitate systems-driven product development (SDPD), Siemens PLM Software provides product line engineering capabilities, a consistent process-enabled framework for mechatronic engineering, advanced modeling and simulation, an intuitive user experience and an open PLM environment.”

For more information, visit Siemens PLM Software.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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