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2004

UGS PLM's Boeing Experience - Boeing has deployed Teamcenter to create a single product data management system out of what used to be 14 separate bills of material systems cutting across engineering, manufacturing, and sales, Demir Barlas, Line56, February 19, 2004

2003

Transportable CAD Speeds Complex Airframe Design - Solid Edge and Unigraphics NX software succeeded in reducing costs and assembly time in the design of a cutting-edge aircraft with a carbon fiber skin, Larry Olson, Manufacturing Center, October 2003

Outsourcing the GM Way: Staying Organized - to streamline its efforts and avoid technological chaos, GM has reduced its number of CAD systems (which numbered 26 in the 1980s) down to just one - Unigraphics, Stan Gibson, eWeek, June 23, 2003

2002

The Beagle Has Landed - Unigraphics collaborative product development software enabled the design of Europe's Beagle 2 Mars Mission entry, descent and landing system, CADserver, December 19, 2002

The Need for Speed - UG at the BAR Honda F1 Team - Unigraphics CAD/CAM software helped cut design time for the British American Racing team, CADserver, October 23, 2002

EDS PLM Solutions: Delivering on its Potential - Unigraphics was absorbed by EDS, bought SDRC, changed its name and now moves forward, Martyn Day, July 15, 2002

EDS PLM Solutions Leads CAM Software Market - with Dassault 2nd and PTC 3rd, CIMdata, June 18, 2002

Time Trials - GM moves from using 23 different CAD systems to one (Unigraphics), a move that has helped it achieve an agility not normally associated with the company, Steve Konecki, Information Week, June 3, 2002

Flight of Fancy - the Gulfstream G200 business jet is the first commercial aircraft to be designed using no physical prototypes, everything was done with Unigraphics and controlled by iMan, Charles Clarke, C3, May 2002

EDS Tools Tie Suppliers To GM Design Network - GM expects to use the collaborative-design infrastructure to link as many as 10,000 suppliers into the network in the next two years, Steve Konicki, Information Week, April 11, 2002

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