Broadcast One

Weds, Dec 17

  • New York: 10.00
  • London: 15.00
  • Paris: 16.00

Material Intelligence for Siemens NX and Teamcenter

GRANTA MI:Materials Gateway for NX. Search and browse your corporate materials database (and/or Granta-supplied reference information), assign your selected materials to your NX model, and explore the design implications.

Discover Granta's material integration solutions for the leading PLM and CAD/CAE solutions from Siemens PLM

Join us on Wednesday, December 17 to find out how Granta's software helps users of Siemen's CAD/CAE and PLM software, with dedicated MI:Materials Gateway products designed to provide easy access to managed materials data from within your familiar Siemens interface.

See how this benefits engineers, managers, and costing, environmental, or other specialists when they make design decisions, review individual products, or report across product families:

  • Access and use accurate, up-to-date materials data in computer-aided design (CAD), and directly within product lifecycle management (PLM).
  • Benefit from seamless integration with GRANTA MI, the industry-leading system for comprehensive management of the materials data lifecycle.
  • Assess the extent of materials risks—act on the results of “where used?” investigations across multiple product models.
  • Embed the latest tools (e.g., to search materials data, select materials, report on restricted substance risk, or enable eco-design) in your design, engineering, and PLM software.
  • Ensure consistency and control in the use of materials information by deploying approved corporate materials information to engineers and designers across your organization, within their routine workflows.

This webinar will include a presentation and practical demonstrations of the technology.

About the presenter

Dr Arthur FairfullDr Arthur Fairfull, Product Director—Materials Strategy & PLM Integration

Arthur has been deeply involved with strategy, development, and implementation relating to materials information technology for over twenty-five years, working with three generations of materials software technology. His first company, Matsel Systems Ltd (a subsidiary of Elsevier Science Publishers), offered desktop and online materials selection software in the days before the Internet! Arthur held a variety of positions at MSC Software, latterly as Director in Simulation Data Management. Joining Granta in 2006, he now drives Granta's PLM integration initiatives. He has a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from Glasgow University and a PhD in composite materials from the University of Liverpool.