(IDM) Atomic Content - Science got really interesting when we broke chemicals down to the atomic level

Session Number: 5139
Track: Information Management
Sub-Categorization: Information & Data Management (IDM)
Session Type: Process Session
Primary Presenter: Jonathan Scott [Chief Architect - Razorleaf Corp.]
Time: Apr 26, 2017 (03:55 PM - 04:45 PM)
Room: Oceans 9

Conference Hot Topics: Engineering and Business Collaboration
Community of Interest: Academic, Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, ENOVIA, Shipbuilding, SmarTeam
Industry: Aerospace & Defense, High-Tech, Industrial Equipment, Life Sciences, Marine & Offshore, Transportation & Mobility
Applicable Products: CATIA, ENOVIA
What will attendees get out of this presentation?: TBD

Session Description:  Science got really interesting when we broke chemicals down to the atomic level - it drove a new level of understanding and opened up new possibilities. This session will discuss how breaking up traditional engineering deliverables (drawings, for example) into their atomic parts (geometry, BOMs, rev history, etc.) can open up some interesting possibilities for optimizing processes. This is a practical look at what Dassault means when they talk about a "data-driven" architecture.