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    Aston Martin Racing favours new Creo platform from PTC(02/03/2011)

    Aston Martin Racing (a joint venture between Aston Martin and Prodrive) has selected and implemented PTC's Creo Elements/Pro for the 3D CAD design of its racing vehicles and PTC's Windchill for product lifecycle management (PLM) in its race car division. Aston Martin is the only manufacturer that produces a car to compete in every category of the FIA GT Championship sports car racing series. Models range from modified standard vehicles to the Le Mans prototype LMP1 Aston Martin.

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    PTC establishes centre of excellence for automotive PLM in Korea(15/02/2011)

    PTC has announced plans to establish a Research and Development Centre of Excellence in Korea, which will focus on the specific PLM requirements of the automotive industry, including the requirement for globalisation, the desire for an open PLM platform, the opportunity to optimise service operations, and the need for tighter integration between CAD, BOM and the Digital Mock-Up for rapidly changing vehicle configurations.

  • PTC releases Mathcad Prime 1.0 engineering calculation software(13/01/2011)

    PTC has released Mathcad Prime 1.0, its next generation engineering calculation software. The powerful capabilities of Mathcad coupled with its open architecture and easy-to-use live mathematical notation enable critical design processes to be streamlined, while its new task-based user interface allows engineers to focus on developing their calculations rather than formatting design documents.

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    PTC re-defines CAD offering in terms of product branding, interoperability and functionality(29/10/2010)

    PTC has launched its Creo design software - the culmination of 'Project Lightning' which the company revealed back in June. Creo is being designed as a scalable suite of interoperable, open, and easy-to-use product design apps. The Creo strategy recognises that product development involves many different users with different needs at different points in the product lifecycle, as PTC president and CEO James Heppelmann explained at the launch on Thursday, October 28.