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Pentagon PLM lead to Take Second Keynote Spot at 3D Collaboration and Interoperability Conference 2008

02-12-2008 04:28 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Longview Advisors

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Agenda Grows as International experts plan Denver event

Loveland, Colorado, February 11, 2008 — The organizers of the 2008 3D Collaboration & Interoperability Conference and Exhibition published today the official meeting and presentation agenda for the upcoming event, scheduled May 15-16, 2008 at the Denver Athletic Club in Denver, Colorado.

Initial Keynote speaker Dr. Mike Jahadi of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics will kick off this year’s conference, discussing global integration and management of 21st century fighter aircraft. Kevin Borek, PLM Lead at the Pentagon, will address the general assembly on Friday with his presentation on Product Lifecycle Management from the perspective of the Department of Defense (DoD).

This 4th annual industry conference brings together industry leaders who discuss the issues and barriers to sharing and working with 3D product data. The event brings together attendees from automotive, aerospace, heavy equipment, electronics, and other discrete manufacturing industries, along with representatives from government and the defense community. Attendees have a diverse choice of breakout sessions and open-panel discussions, moderated by industry experts. General themes will cover:

• Product Lifecycle Collaboration & Interoperability
• Collaboration & Interoperability Technology
• Standardization in Collaboration & Interoperability
• Data Migration & Legacy Data Management

In addition to the recognized corporate names backing the keynoters for this prestigious event, other experts offering 3D collaboration and interoperability insights include Don Richardson, director of the Manufacturing Industry Unit at Microsoft; Dr. Nathan Hartman, professor at Purdue University; Nate Nalven, PLM Technical Fellow of Northrop Grumman Integrated Systems; Terry Partridge, CAD Manager at Cummins Engine; and Richard Zuray, PLM Technical Principal of The Boeing Company, to mention a few.

Registrations are being taken now. For registration and complete schedule information on the 3D Collaboration & Interoperability 2008 conference, please visit www.3Dinterop.com.

Conference organizers are pleased to announce that Microsoft is now also a sponsor of this 4th annual international conference. To date, sponsors include: Adobe Systems, Anark Corporation, Datakit/Unified CAD, ITI TranscenData, Kubotek USA, Lattice Technology, Microsoft, Proficiency, Right Hemisphere, Spatial Corp., and TransMagic. Promotional sponsors include COE, PDES, Inc. and, conference organizers are pleased to announce that the conference is now sponsored by the 250,000 member ConnectPress collection of CAD Communities.

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Rachael Dalton-Taggart
Strategic Reach PR
Tel: (303) 487-7406
Email: rachael@strategicreachpr.com

ConnectPress is the leading provider of CAD brand specific web content including Proe.com, CATIACommunity.com, SolidWorksCommunity.com, UGSCommunity.com, SolidEdgeCommunity.com, InventorConnections.com, MicroStationConnections.com, and RevitCommunity.com (launch April ’08). Contact Jennifer Swiderski, Marketing Manager +1 505 795 4135 jswiderski@connectpress.com.

The conference is organized by Longview Advisors Inc., which provides consulting services in the business, technology and application of 3D software in product lifecycle management. For more information, please visit www.longviewadvisors.com/.

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