Siemens names Identify3D a solution partner

2/12/19 – Protecting integrity of the digital supply chain enables monitoring/lockout of a part program, protecting manufacturer’s IP and ensuring production quality. Siemens introduces its newest solution partner, Identify3D, based in San Francisco, California, with offices in Lexington, Kentucky. Identify3D is unique to the Siemens team, as they enable a secure digital supply chain through data protection, ..

IDENTIFY3D: CREATING A DIGITAL THREAD FOR INDUSTRY 4.0

1/23/19 – Software is “eating the world” and tech has become an essential component of all industries, even those traditionally far removed from high-tech processes. The integration of tech into traditional industry is a key component of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or “Industry 4.0.” Identify3D is at the forefront of this revolution, enabling industrial companies ..

Enterprise blockchain: Enabling trust in digital manufacturing networks

August 6, 2018: IBM’s Blockchain Unleashed blog asked our Chief Scientist Chris Adkins to delve into how Identify3D has worked to incorporate blockchain into our digital supply chain solution. Blockchain is one of the most commonly referenced and least understood technologies of 2018. Factors such as decentralization, cyber-physical security, and transparency have attracted the manufacturing industry ..

By developers, for developers: Identify3D featured for its work on the IBM Blockchain Platform Starter Plan

July 23, 2018 Blockchain has the potential to revolutionize the way that manufacturing supply chains store and transmit information. Extending the Identify3D licensing network to a blockchain will allow greater openness and transparency between organizations utilizing the Identify3D ecosystem. Instead of trusting Identify3D as the centralized broker of licensing and reporting data, the organizations participating in ..

IP protection in high-volume printed parts production

June 18, 2018: Robert Meshel, Director of the Siemens’ Additive Manufacturing Network initiative, recently named data the most valuable asset of Industry 4.0. With the digitization of information throughout the supply chain, intellectual property is more vulnerable than ever to loss or compromise even as it becomes the heart of the global economy. Already, companies ..