8/24/2017 – Last year, global software company Siemens announced that it would be expanding its Frontier Partner Program, an initiative that partners with startups and gives them access to Siemens’ technology. One of the additions to the program at that time was Identify3D, a company that provides security and traceability software for digital manufacturing. The partnership has worked out ..
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (PRWEB) AUGUST 24, 2017 Today, Identify3D, a software provider for digital manufacturing security and traceability, announced its partnership with global technology leader Siemens to advance their Digital Factory. Identify3D will integrate its technology with Siemens’ Sinumerik computer-numerical control (CNC) and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software. These integrations will be demonstrated on-site at the ..
Identify3D CEO Joe Inkenbrandt speaks at Blockchain event organized by the Open Innovation Club & SAPCompany News
July 31, 2017 – by Maroane Abdallaoui In July, Joe Inkenbrandt, CEO of Identify3D, presented its software solution for securing the digital supply chain at a Techmeeting in San Francisco devoted to Blockchain organized by SAP and the US Chapter of the Global Open Innovation Network. With more than 150 attendees, other large corporations participating ..
May 25, 2017 – by Susan Baniak As digital manufacturing moves swiftly toward the mainstream, the technology is opening new possibilities for industrial companies looking to create small quantities of highly specialized parts, or even individually customizable designs, wherever and whenever they are needed, across the globe. But it also exposes a company’s virtual assets ..
Predicting the future by looking at the past So, where were we in 2011? 3D printing was a concept largely confined to R&D departments. According to the Wohlers report, the market was about $1.6 billion and at that time the prediction for the market was to reach $5.7B in 2017 and about $10B in 2021, ..