PTC FORUM Japan 2017

We are happy to invite you to PTC FORUM Japan 2017. The event theme is EXPLORING PHYSICAL DIGITAL CONVERGENCE.

Digital revolution has brought the fusion of  physical and digital worlds. The upsurge of sensor and mobile technologies, the scalability of cloud computing, powerful and real-time analytics and flexibility of embedded systems, enables the potential of connected products. Digital technologies like IoT, AR, and 3D printing are transforming the way products are designed and created.

This point of convergence between the physical and digital is critical for businesses to compete and win. This becomes even more relevant in the era of Industrial IoT as connected machines generate operational data that can utilizedto deliver newer value to customers. PLM binds the product data together from design, manufacturing, service and product operations and enables new business value in today’s connected world.

In order to realize new business value in connected world, we introduce our solution utilizing PLM and IoT.

Join us at PTC FORUM Japan 2017, for a thought provoking session on December 12 and get the insights on next-generation PLM solutions.

Visit our booth to see our showcase of our capabilities on PLM and IoT.

Session Information  

Date & Time   December, 12 2017 at 12:45-13:15  #LS-06 Lunchon Session
Session Title   Digital Continuity through next generation PLM for aftermarket services
Speaker Details   Rajkumar Rajagobalan : DirectorProduct and Engineering Services

(Session language: Japanese)

Booth information 

 Capgemini   Showcase

(Booth No. 6)

 Find out how we can help you build successful products and services through   solutions for Digital Engineering in a connected world. Explore our solutions   and methodologies for:

 PLM: WindChill Suite

 IoT: ThingWorx Suite

 Know more and interact with us at our booth. Please write to us  and book an   appointment today.


See you in Tokyo!

Event details

December 12, 2017 9:00 am
December 12, 2017 7:00 pm
Grand Nikko Tokyo Odaiba