Global Product Data Interoperability Summit (GPDIS) 2019
Elysium is proud to be exhibiting and presenting at the Global Product Data Interoperability Summit (GPDIS) 2019. This year we are discussing and showcasing Technical Data Packages (TDP) and how they can advance your organization’s interoperability by providing the right information to the right people in an easy-to-use, shareable, non-proprietary format. Elysium’s ASFALIS and Data Package Studio combine high-performance, accurate TDP generation with the ability to fully customize TDP templates or start from scratch. See how ASFALIS and Data Package Studio can be your solution for your 3D data interoperability.
Flexible Technical Data Packages: Templates & Use Cases
Tuesday, September 17th at 8:50 AM – 9:30 AM | Model-Based Definition Track (Palo Verde/Yucca Room)
Technical data packages (TDPs) may consist of a variety of different inputs, structured by the requirements set by the organization. Requirements are often determined by need and usage throughout the company and down the supply chain. The functional needs of a TDP can range from general documentation of a process or product, to detailed work instructions or product data quality reports, to customer deliverable reports or product validation practices, even circling to sales and marketing for the branding or description of a product or process. Functionally, TDPs are designed to be all-encompassing packages that contain complete lifecycle information for an item. This includes but is not limited to, for example, production, engineering and logistical information, 3D models and 2D drawings, product data quality information, specifications, standards or performance requirements. Requirements for TDPs grow and change over time, supported by new standards being developed such as QIF, STEP AP242 and others that support Long-Term Archival and Retrieval (LOTAR) specifications.
Manager of Applications & Services
Creating, modifying and representing TDP information in a recognizable and universally accepted way is very difficult, and often leads to the need or desire to customize the way that content is created or manifested from data available today. The inability to quickly modify and create templates for your data that can be used to process a variety of different inputs to fulfill TDP goals and objectives can be crippling.
Data Package Studio (DPS) provides a way to quickly and easily create and maintain templates for a variety of use cases using a user-interface that was built from the ground up to alleviate the struggles of real-time template creation. HTML and 3D PDF outputs provide multiple ways to view and share deliverables.
This presentation will feature an in-depth look at a variety of use-cases supported by TDPs, including but not limited to the definition of a product, engineering change notices, validation reports and comparisons between revisions of a 3D model. By reducing the amount of time spent customizing or designing templates and providing users with the tools to seamlessly link different data sources together inside of a 3D PDF or HTML report, TDP requirements can be expanded upon faster and represented more clearly without the intervention of a third party. Demos for DPS template creation, HTML/3D PDF outputs and XSB integration/collaboration will be shown.
Our Highlights for GPDIS 2019
- Accelerating the creation of Technical Data Packages
- Delivering the right information to the right person
- Demostrate how Technical Data Packages improve interoperability
|Date:||Sept. 16-19, 2019|
|Venue:||Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak, Phoenix, AZ|