Despite global sales market share stuck at single-digit levels, electric vehicles (EVs) are steadily filling the development pipelines at major OEMs. And as engineers are acutely aware. EVs bring a paradigm shift in the noise, vibration and harshness (NVG) arena. Their harmonic spectra are dramatically different than those of even the smoothest, most refined combustion-engine vehicles and hybrids.
An Interview with Jon Gable, PLM Business Leader, Adaptive Corporation
ConnectPress: Describe the traditional roles of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and how they might work more closely in the all-digital vision of Industry 4.0.
Jon Gable: Essentially, ERP is focused on the operations side of a business—how a company produces a product—that includes tracking cash, materials, production capacity, orders and executions, labor factors, risk, compliance, and more.
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You and your team spent months implementing the shop’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. The costs were more than you care to discuss. Despite this, no one can argue that ERP has helped improve efficiency pretty much across the board; there’ve been far fewer material shortages, you now have greater visibility to practically everything, and […]
Advanced, integrated digital tools can optimize noise, vibration, and harshness as well as range performance on battery powered vehicles.
A Q&A with Razorleaf’s chief architect, Jonathan Scott, and Adaptive Corp’s director of sales, Jon Gable, on the subject of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) for Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs).