This page shows some of the journal articles, technical reports, books and theses citing "Product Lifecycle Management: 21st Century Paradigm for Product Realisation", the most frequently cited publication about PLM. The number of citations per year between 2014 and 2020 is as follows: 2014 60; 2015 115; 2016 138; 2017 152; 2018 159; 2019 171; 2020 188.

  1. T. Junell, P. Stenfors (Turku University of Applied Science, Finland); Kone-ja energia-alan insinöörien täydennyskoulutustarpeet: PoraKONE-hankkeen väliraportti Details
  2. E. Döner, E. Efeoğlu (Adana Science and Technology University, Turkey); An agile model of implementing the total innovation management cycle: A case study on global bus & coach manufacturing company in Turkey Details
  3. L. Perotti (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); Analysis of the Odoo software capabilities regarding product lifecycle management, manufacturing execution systems and their integration Details
  4. V. Shvedenko (All-Russian Institute for Scientific and Technical Information, Moscow, Russian Federation), A. Mozokhin (Kostroma State University, Kostroma, Russian Federation); Concept of digital twins at life cycle stages of production systems Details
  5. S. Kujanpää (Tampere University, Finland); Big datan merkitys tuotekehityksessä ja päätöksenteossa Details
  6. A. Costa, T. Alves, H. Frota, A. Silva, M. Júnior, R. Dantas, E. Martins, A. dos Santos (Universidade de Brasília, Brazil); Development of a device for the reintegration of people with incomplete quadriplegia Details
  7. T. Leppänen, E. Mustonen, H. Saarela, M. Kuokkanen, P. Tervonen (University of Oulu, Finland); Productization of Industrial Side Streams into By-Products - Case: Fiber Sludge from Pulp and Paper Industry Details
  8. G. Aid (Ragn-Sells AB, Stockholm, Sweden), D. Lazarevic (Finnish Environment Institute, Helsinki, Finland); From waste management to natural capital management in the circular economy Details
  9. A. Shimelash (Debre Berhan University, Ethiopia); The effects of employees' empowerment on their performance in case of some selected private commercial banks in Debre Berhan town Details
  10. P. Coandă, M. Avram, V. Constantin (Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania); A state of the art of predictive maintenance techniques Details
  11. G. Lashin (Vaillant Group, Remscheid, Germany), R. Stark (TU Berlin, Germany); Virtuelle Produktentwicklung Details
  12. D. dos Santos, D. Reis, A. Fleury (Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil); Project Lifecycle Management (PLM): evolution and state of the art Details
  13. S. Konopatov (Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia); Lifecycle management of high-tech products Details
  14. L. Egbert, M. Quandt, K-D. Thoben, M. Freitag (University of Bremen, Germany); Mobile AR-Based Assistance Systems for Order Picking - Methodical Decision Support in the Early Phases of the Product Life Cycle Details
  15. Y. Xin (Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology, Finland); Knowledge sharing and reuse in product-service systems with a product lifecycle perspective Details
  16. V. Behrens, S. Krause (Mendel University, Brno, Czech Republic); Conception of a model for an internal and international project transfer Details
  17. R. Marchenko, A. Babyr (Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia); Pecularities and risks of business processes in oil refining enterprises Details
  18. V. Zhidchenko, A. Kovartsev (Samara National Research University, Samara, Russian Federation), H. Handroos (LUT University, Lappeenranta, Finland); Application of digital twin and IoT concepts for solving the tasks of hydraulically actuated heavy equipment lifecycle management Details
  19. J. Hafner (University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic); Podnikové informační systémy a jejich využití v podnikové praxi Details
  20. K. Zamazal, A. Denger (AVL List GmbH, Graz, Austria); Product Lifecycle Management in Automotive Industry Details
  21. M. Varl (Kolektor ETRA, Ljubljana, Slovenia), J. Duhovnik, J. Tavcar (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia); Customized Product Development Supported by Integrated Information Details
  22. J. Yu, Y. Sun, W. Zheng, X. Zhou (Nanjing University, China); Smart Factory Production and Operation Management Methods based on HCPS Details
  23. M. Varl (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia); Metoda za povečanje robustnosti konstrukcijskega procesa v individualni proizvodnji Details
  24. H. Eriksson (Lund University, Sweden); Harmonisation of 3D geodata : a prerequisite for a digital information flow for applications in the planning and building sector Details
  25. E. Abe, O. Adisa (University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa), I. Abe (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa); Future of Work and Its Implication on Employee Well-Being in the 4IR Era Details
  26. A. Suvac (Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Romania); Innovative design and manufacturing method of a new product Details
  27. E. Metuge, J. Olaso (University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain); Operational Challenges, From PMO to EPMO Execution and Operation Case Study Within Electricity Producing Companies (Four Selected Companies Within EU28) Details
  28. I. Garina (Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia); Technical and economic aspects of the development and implementation of specialized ontology for product life cycle management in the engineering industry Details
  29. E. Starozhuk, M. Yakovleva (Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia); Analysis of the main risks of reducing the efficiency of industrial enterprises when implementing digital twins into the automated product lifecycle management Details
  30. M. Lochbichler (Universitãt Paderborn, Germany); Systematische Wahl einer Modellierungstiefe im Entwurfsprozess mechatronischer Systeme Details
  31. M. Teresa (Instituto Universitário Militar, Lisbon, Portugal); Gestão do ciclo de vida dos materiais Details
  32. L. Farias, C. Viana, R. Cavalcante, M. Neto, J. Castelo (University of Fortaleza, Brazil); Qualidade percebida e experiência com marcas de fragrâncias mais lembradas Details
  33. L. Farias, C. Viana, R. Cavalcante, A. de Alencar, J. Castelo (University of Fortaleza, Brazil); Top of Mind das Marcas de Fragrâncias Versus a Qualidade Percebida pelos Consumidores das Redes Sociais Details
  34. Y. Menshenin, Y. Brovar, D. Knoll, C. Fortin (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Moscow, Russia), E. Crawley (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA); Digital Engineering Information Exchange Model for Space Missions Architecture: a Case Study of a CubeSat Mission Details
  35. M. Holler, R. Fuchs (ZHAW, Winterthur, Switzerland), Christian Dremel (Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, Germany), B. van Giffen (Universität St. Gallen, Switzerland); Smart Dust und Micro Robots im industriellen Sektor Details
  36. A. Piotrowska-Kirschling, J. Brzeska (Gdynia Maritime University, Poland); Review of chitosan nanomaterials for metal cation adsorption Details
  37. J. Bickford, D. Van Bossuyt, P. Beery, A. Pollman (Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, USA); Operationalizing digital twins through model?based systems engineering methods Details
  38. H. Hannila, S. Kuula, J. Harkonen, H. Haapasalo (University of Oulu, Finland); Digitalisation of a company decision-making system: a concept for data-driven and fact-based product portfolio management Details
  39. R. Riascos (Roche Diabetes Care GmbH, Germany), E. Ostrosi, J-C Sagot (Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, Belfort, France), J. Stjepandić (PROSTEP AG, Germany); An Approach for Agile Engineering Change Management Within Global Product Development Details
  40. K. Haviarová (Masarykovy univerzity, Brno, Czech Republic); Solutions of negative outcomes of an organizational change Details
  41. W. Torres, M. van den Brand, A. Serebrenik (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands); A Systematic Literature Review of Cross-Domain Model Consistency Checking by Model Management Tools Details
  42. T. Mykkänen (Häme University of Applied Sciences, Hämeenlinna, Finland); Improving Product Development Process Details
  43. L. Nandakumar, V. Hariharan (Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden); Product Lifecycle Management pre-study. An investigative case at Industrial Automation, ABB AB Details
  44. P. Junior (Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Brazil); Projeto, logística e gerenciamento de processos voltados para a gestão do ciclo de vida produtos - estudo de caso Details
  45. I. Arromba, P. Martin, R. Ordoñez, R. Anholon, I. Rampasso, V. Martins (University of Campinas, Brazil), L. Santa-Eulalia (Université de Sherbrooke, Canada), O. Quelhas (Federal Fluminense University, Niterói, Brazil); Industry 4.0 in the product development process: benefits, difficulties and its impact in marketing strategies and operations Details
  46. M. Messner (Hoerbiger Service GmbH, Austria), J. Dirnberger (FH Joanneum, Graz, Austria); Product Lifecycle Optimization by Application of Process Mining Details
  47. J. Koskinen, E. Mustonen, J. Harkonen, H. Haapasalo (University of Oulu, Finland); Product-level profitability analysis and decision-making: opportunities of IT application-based approach Details
  48. P. Duarte, F. Nakao, A. Ortenzi (State University of Londrina, Paraná, Brazil); Integrated product development and lifecycle management in building production - A case study for logistic of mortar distribution in building sites Details
  49. M. Reiss (Universität Stuttgart, Germany); Komplexitätsmanagement: Grundlagen und Anwendungen Details
  50. K. Porsev (Yaroslavl State Technical University, Russia); Systematization of quality indicators of information activities of instrument-making companies Details
  51. M. Aurrekoetxea-Casaus, F. Ruiz (Universidad de Deusto, Bilbao, Spain); Facilitators of informal learning in the workplace: the case of two cooperatives in the machine tool sector Details
  52. D. Vasilescu, M. Filzmoser (Vienna University of Technology, Austria); Organizational and Societal Implications of the Adoption of Machine Invention Systems Details
  53. Y. Alani, N. Dawood, S. Rodriguez, H. Dawood (Teesside University, Middlesbrough, UK); Whole life cycle construction information flow using semantic web technologies: a case for infrastructure projects Details
  54. Y. Zhao (Université de Toulouse, France); An ontology-based approach towards coupling task and path planning for the simulation of manipulation tasks Details
  55. J. Niemann (Fachhochschule Düsseldorf, Germany), A. Pisla (Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania); Product Life Cycle and Services Management Details
  56. C. Fortunet, S. Durieux, H. Chanal, E. Duc (Université Clermont Auvergne, Clermont-Ferrand, France); Multicriteria decision optimization for the design and manufacture of structural aircraft parts Details
  57. M. Luthfi, S. Goto, O. Ytshi (Waseda University, Kitakyushu, Japan); Analysis on the Usage of Topic Model with Background Knowledge inside Discussion Activity in Industrial Engineering Context Details
  58. V. Lysak (Khmelnytsky National University, Ukraine); Improving the management efficiency of industrial enterprises by introducing the PLM-module Details
  59. W. Wahbeh, D. Kunz, J. Hofmann, P. Bereuter (Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz, Muttenz, Switzerland); Digital twinning of the built environment - an interdisciplinary topic for innovation in didatics Details
  60. H. Eriksson, L. Harrie (Lund University, Sweden), J. Sun, V. Tarandi (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden); Comparison of versioning methods to improve the information flow in the planning and building processes Details
  61. A. Hartikainen (Tampere University, Finland); Integration between robot cell and ERP Details
  62. H. Vijaykumar, M. Uppin (India); Implementation of Product Lifecycle Management in Small Scale Foundry in the Area of Manufacturing Process Management: A Case Study Details
  63. P. Koch (Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic); Virtual Commissioning for Testing and Optimization of Machinery Details
  64. J. Garcia-Garcia, N. Sánchez-Gómez, M. Escalona (University of Seville, Sevilla, Spain), D. Lizcano (Madrid Open University, Spain), T. Wojdyński (School of Banking and Management, Cracow, Poland); Using Blockchain to Improve Collaborative Business Process Management: Systematic Literature Review Details
  65. M. Hille, F. Bodendorf (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany); Smart Services in der Baubranche Details
  66. L. Schweiger, L. Barth, J. Meierhofer (Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Winterthur, Switzerland); Data Resources to Create Digital Twins Details
  67. M. Erdogan (Duzce University, Turkey), O. Bilisik (Yildiz Technical University, Turkey); Prioritizing the Factors for Customer-Oriented New Product Design in Industry 4.0 Details
  68. P. Gobo (EAESP FGV, São Paulo, Brazil); Um modelo de maturidade da indústria 4.0 aplicado na cadeia de suprimentos Details
  69. Y. Xin, V. Ojanen, J. Huiskonen (LUT University, Lappeenranta, Finland); Sharing and reusing knowledge for innovation and competitiveness in PSS Details
  70. T. Sibalija, S. Zivkovic (Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia); On the virtual optimization of CAI-CAx loop based on the digital twin: sculpture surface demonstrator Details
  71. P. Bouvier-Patron (Université de Toulon, France); Stratégies d'Entreprises et Innovation Frugale Environnementale: Proposition d'une Matrice Stratégique Details
  72. M. Schneider (Karlsruher Instituts für Technologie, Germany); Methodik für Wissens-und Prozessmanagement bei der interaktiven kollaborativen Montage variantenreicher Produkte Details
  73. P. Steck, F. Nyffenegger, R. Hänggi (Hochschule für Technik, Rapperswil, Switzerland), H. Vogt (Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften, Winterthur, Switzerland); Cross industrial PLM benchmarking using maturity models Details
  74. J. Davim (University of Aveiro, Portugal); Manufacturing in Digital Industries: Prospects for Industry 4.0 Details
  75. E. Rigger, S. Bitrus (V-Research GmbH, Dornbirn, Austria), T. Vosgien, P. Szabo (Hilti Befestigungstechnik AG, Buchs, Switzerland), B. Eynard (Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France); Enterprise Architecture Method for Continuous Improvement of PLM Based on Process Mining Details
  76. M. Holler, J. Haarmann (ZHAW, Winterthur, Switzerland), B. van Giffen (Universität St. Gallen, Switzerland), A. Frank (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil); Smart Dust in the Industrial Economic Sector - On Application Cases in Product Lifecycle Management Details
  77. A. Belhi, A. Bouras, M. Patel, B. Aouni (Qatar University, Doha, Qatar); Blockchains: A Conceptual Assessment from a Product Lifecycle Implementation Perspective Details
  78. S. Rädler, E. Rigger (V-Research GmbH, Dornbirn, Austria); Participative Method to Identify Data-Driven Design Use Cases Details
  79. B. Reisdorfer-Leite, M. Marcos de Oliveira, M. Rudek, A. Szejka, O. Canciglieri Junior (Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná, Curitiba, Brazil); Startup Definition Proposal Using Product Lifecycle Management Details
  80. P. Barrios, B. Eynard (Université de technologie de Compiègne, France), F. Loison (Gfi Informatique, Saint-Ouen, France), C. Danjou (Polytechnique Montréal, Canada); PLM Migration in the Era of Big Data and IoT: Analysis of Information System and Data Topology Details
  81. D. Adamenko, S. Kunnen, A. Nagarajah (University Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany); Digital Twin and Product Lifecycle Management: What Is the Difference? Details
  82. K. Ozgenturk, B. Elmali (BMC Automotive Company, Izmir, Turkey), S. Otles (Ege University, Izmir, Turkey); Engineering IT Management on End-to-End PLM Structure in Automotive Sector Details
  83. B. Koomen (University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands); A Knowledge-Based Approach for PLM Implementation Using Modular Benefits Dependency Networks Details
  84. A. Premrl (GEA College, Ljubljana, Slovenia); Poslovni načrt: Konjeniški center Details
  85. J. Kho, J. Jeong (Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, Republic of Korea); System Integration and Functional Priorities to Maximize Profit and Loss for Smart Factory Details
  86. K. Kulshrestha (Jiwaji University, Gwalior, India), S. Gupta (MLB Govt. College of Excellence, Gwalior, India); An Empirical Study of Determinants towards Customer Satisfaction in Major Indian Telecom Companies Details
  87. T. Boyko (Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia); Analysis of the main trends in the development of PLM systems Details
  88. M. Paavel, K. Karjust, J. Majak (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia); Development of a product lifecycle management model based on the fuzzy analytic hierarchy process Details
  89. A. Haider (Capital University of Science and Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan); Antecedents and Outcomes of Perceived Brand Authenticity: A Study of Sustainable Brands Details
  90. G. Bruno, A. Faveto, E. Traini (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); An open source framework for the storage and reuse of industrial knowledge through the integration of PLM and MES Details
  91. E. Mzena (Mzumbe University, Morogoro, Tanzania); The Impact of Advertising in Improving Sales Volume of a New Product: A Case of Nhif-Toto Afya Card Details
  92. S. Bukantaitė (Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania); Factors of Smart Production Processes Modernization Details
  93. J. Siltanen (Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology, Finland); MRO company's material- and information process in the current state and how to improve it Details
  94. S. Yerpude (Symbiosis Centre of Innovation and Research, India), T. Singhal (Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies, Noida, India); Value Enablement of Collaborative Supply Chain Environment Embedded With the Internet of Things: Empirical Evidence From the Automotive Industry in India Details
  95. E. Lou, A. Lee, J. Goulding (University of Salford, UK); E-readiness in construction (ERiC): self-assessment Details
  96. B. MacCarthy, R. Pasley (Nottingham University Business School, UK); Group decision support for product lifecycle management Details
  97. O. Olawale, L. Oyedele, H. Owolabi, A. Gbadamosi, H. Kusimo (University of the West of England, Bristol, UK); Project reputation in construction: a process-based perspective of construction practitioners in the UK Details
  98. J. Vizuete (University of Cincinnati, USA); IIoT based Augmented Reality for Factory Data Collection and Visualization Details
  99. L. Li, Y. Wang, K. Lin (Tongji University, Shanghai, China); Preventive maintenance scheduling optimization based on opportunistic production-maintenance synchronization Details
  100. J. Heihoff-Schwede, L. Kaiser, R. Dumitrescu (Fraunhofer IEM, Germany) ; An MBSE-based approach for the definition and evaluation of Engineering IT architectures Details
  101. S. Schleibaum, J. Mueller (Technische Universität Clausthal, Germany), S. Kehl, P. Stiefel (Volkswagen AG, Germany); Towards automated classification of product data based on machinelearning Details
  102. R. Castaneda (Roche Diabetes Care, Germany), E. Ostrosi, J.-C. Sagot (Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France), T. Majic (Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Diaspora and Homeland, Switzerland), J. Stjepandic (PROSTEP AG, Germany); A method to explore product risk in product lifecycle management of configured products Details
  103. I. Grässler, J. Pottebaum (Paderborn University, Germany); Immersive Abstraction: A new morphology of intuitive interaction with system models Details
  104. I. Ikonen (Häme University of Applied Sciences, Riihimäki, Finland); Implementation of CAD-software Details
  105. J. Qian (Hangzhou Normal University, China), R. Law (Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong), J. Wei (Zhejiang Business College, Hangzhou, China), H. Shen (City University of Macau, Macau), Y. Sun (Shanghai Business School, Shanghai, China); Hotels' self-positioned image versus customers' perceived image: a case study of a boutique luxury hotel in Hong Kong Details
  106. S. Raza (Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman); A systematic literature review of closed-loop supply chains Details
  107. H. Qin, Y. Zhang (Guangdong Institute of Intelligent Manufacturing, China), J. Jin (Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia), S. Hu (Kunming University of Science and Technology, China); Intelligent Design Based on Knowledge Capture and Reuse Details
  108. A. Corallo, M. Latino, M. Menegoli (University of Salento, Lecce, Italy), P. Pontrandolfo (Polytechnic of Bari, Bari, Italy); A systematic literature review to explore traceability and lifecycle relationship Details
  109. J. Salmi (Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, Finland); Developing Item Policy to Enhance Proprietary Item Data Quality Details
  110. A. Limmeri (Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences, Finland); PLM Software suite during new product introduction Details
  111. J. Takkunen (Centria University of Applied Sciences, Kokkola, Finland); Introduction of a product data management system Details
  112. A. Buda, A. Jarynowski, K. Kuzmicz (Glogow, Poland); An attempt to unified approach to the evolution of products in the entertainment industry Details
  113. H. Halttula (University of Oulu, Finland); Enhancing data utilisation in the construction project lifecycle through early involvement and integration Details
  114. M. Leppäniemi (JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Jyväskylä, Finland); Creating a bill of materials for a shoe press roll in a PLM environment Details
  115. N. Brandt, F. Ahlemann (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany); How do you drive? Connected vehicles to innovate product lifecycles Details
  116. H. Reinikka (Tampere University, Finland); Development of product data management of mechanical engineering in project based industry Details
  117. P. Kruse (Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil); Proposal for an economic production lot review for an industry in the health, hygiene and beauty segment Details
  118. J. Conlon (The University of Manchester, Manchester, UK); From PLM 1.0 to PLM 2.0: the evolving role of product lifecycle management (PLM) in the textile and apparel industries Details
  119. R. Vengatesan (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); Analysis of Product and Process Design According to Industrial V 4.0 Perspective Details
  120. I. Gehrke, M. Schauss, T. Gries (RWTH Aachen University, Germany); Experiencing the potential of closed-loop PLM systems enabled by Industrial Internet of Things Details
  121. T. Erik (Moscow Aviation Institute, Russia), Y. Yin (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China); Optimization of vertical stabilizer structure diagram Details
  122. C. Achillas (International Hellenic University, Katerini, Greece), C. Vlachokostas (Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece), C. Koroneos (University of Western Macedonia, Kozani, Greece); Life cycle thinking: towards the sustainable management of resources in aluminium production Details
  123. G. Aid (Ragn-Sells Group, Sweden), D. Lazarevic (Finnish Environment Institute SYKE, Finland); From Waste Management to Natural Capital Management in the Circular Economy Details
  124. G. Kim, J. Hwang (Seoul National University, South Korea); R and D Partner Type, Product Lifecycle, and Innovation Performance of High-technology Ventures Details
  125. M. Riesener, C. Dolle, C. Mattern, J. Kress (RWTH Aachen University, Germany); Circular Economy: Challenges and Potentials for the Manufacturing Industry by Digital Transformation Details
  126. H. Wojciechowski, L. Hadas, F. Karaskiewicz (Poznan University of Technology, Poland); Identification and characteristic of necessary tasks in implementing engineering changes in automotive industry Details
  127. A. Bravo (University of Minho, Portugal); Sistema U-TRACE para rastreabilidade do produto Details
  128. M. Fahmideh (University of Wollongong, Australia) , G. Beydoun (University of Technology Sydney, Australia); Big data analytics architecture design Details
  129. A. Benabdellah, I. Bouhaddou, (ENSAM, Moulay Ismail University, Meknes, Morocco), A. Benghabrit (ENSMR, Mohamed V University, Rabat, Morocco), O. Benghabrit (Faurecia, Meru, France); Design for relevance concurrent engineering approach: integration of IATF 16949 requirements and design for X techniques Details
  130. M. Kambanou (Linkoping University, Sweden); Life Cycle Costing: Understanding How It Is Practised and Its Relationship to Life Cycle Management - A Case Study Details
  131. D. Seven (Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey); CM2-Based Physical Item Hierarchy Implementation for a Product Lifecycle Management System Details
  132. M. Tripaldi (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); Evaluating PLM Implementation in a Medium Enterprise - The cuboGas Case Study Details
  133. R. Alhashimi (University of Huddersfield, England); Economics and Theoretical Underpinning of Firm Structure and Market Competition Details
  134. J. Ribeiro (Universidade PUC Minas, Brasil), F. Ziviani (Universidade FUMEC, Brasil), F. Correa (Universidade UFSJ, Brasil), R. Franca (Universidade UEMG, Brasil), F. Zaidan (IETEC, Brasil); Tecnologias de informacao e gestao do conhecimento na industria 4.0 Details
  135. A. Karkasinas, A. Rentizelas (Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland); Verification and validation: a novel product lifecycle management-based approach Details
  136. S. Hirosaki (Japan); Low-priced price strategy in original pharmaceutical companies Details
  137. H. Ciftci (Hasan Kalyoncu University, Gaziantep, Turkey); Investigation of feasibility for Gaziantep earthquake master plan Details
  138. S. Huopio (Finnish Defence Research Agency, Finland); A Quest for Indicators of Security Debt Details
  139. D. Anderson, R. Cronk, L. Best, M. Radin, H. Schram, J. Tracy, J. Bartram (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA); Budgeting for Environmental Health Services in Healthcare Facilities: A Ten-Step Model for Planning and Costing Details
  140. N. Abdelghafar, M. El-Sharief (Assiut University, Egypt); The Use of Industry 4.0 Concepts in the Retailing Process of the Automotive Industry Details
  141. D. Gross, A. McCommon (University of Arizona, Tucson, USA); Seeking Research and Education Value in Agile Academic Labs Details
  142. F. Martunus (Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, Indonesia); Implementasi face recognition dengan opencv pada "smart CCTV" untuk keamanan brankas berbasis IoT Details
  143. S. Bodi (Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania); Virtual quality management in the era of industry 4.0 Details
  144. M. Kichigina (Voronezh State Technical University, Russia); Development of a data model editor to support the product lifecycle system Details
  145. D. Jones, C. Snider, A. Nassehi, J. Yon, B. Hicks (University of Bristol, UK); Characterising the Digital Twin: A systematic literature review Details
  146. T. Ngo, P. Dang, N. Vo, H. Le, L. Do, L. Doan (University of Danang, Viet Nam); Towards an Effective Solution for Medical Treatment Process based on Product Lifecycle Management Details
  147. N. Milchakova, L. Reshetnikov (University of Tyumen, Tyumen, Russia); An Evolutionary Model of the Product Life Cycle: the Peculiarities of Adaptation Details
  148. J. Närhi (Tampere University, Finland); Modular product in a PLM system Details
  149. M. Heinrichsmeyer, N. Schlüter, A. Ansari (University of Wuppertal, Germany); Algorithm-Based Handling of Complaints Data from the Usage Phase Details
  150. H. Halttula (Topcon Technology Finland Oy, Espoo, Finland), H. Haapasalo (University of Oulu, Finland), R. Silvola (Konecranes, Finland); Managing data flows in infrastructure projects - the lifecycle process model Details
  151. B. Ravishankr, V. Shailaja, M. Appaiah (B.M.S. College of Engineering, Bangalore, India); The Study of Blockchain Technology in Engineering Development: The Case of the Clutch Lever Assembly Details
  152. C. Sillaber (University of Innsbruck, Austria), B. Walt, U. Gallersdörfer (TU Munich, Germany, H. Treiblmaier (MODUL University Vienna, Austria), M. Felderer (Blekinge Institute of Technology, Karlskrona, Sweden); Laying the foundation for smart contract development: an integrated engineering process model Details
  153. N. Kovaleva (Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Moscow, Russia); The features of application of ABC system in cost management at the enterprise of the food industry Details
  154. S. Goto, O. Yoshie, S. Fujimura (Waseda University, Fukuoka, Japan); Empirical Study of Multi-party Workshop Facilitation in Strategy Planning Phase for Product Lifecycle Management System Details
  155. D. Oliveira, M. Gardoni, (École de Technologie Supérieure, Montreal, Canada), K. Dalkir (McGill University, Montreal, Canada); Tracking the Capture of Tacit Knowledge in Product Lifecycle Management Implementation Details
  156. B. Koomen, M. Hoogeboom (University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands), V. Schellens (Avans University of Applied Science, Tilburg, The Netherlands); PLM Implementation Success Rate in SME. An Empirical Study of Implementation Projects, Preliminary Findings Details
  157. S. Peters, G. McSorley (University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Canada), C. Fortin (Skoltech, Skolkovo Innovation Center, Moscow, Russia); A Novel Approach to Product Lifecycle Management and Engineering Using Behavioural Models for the Conceptual Design Phase Details
  158. B. Succar (ChangeAgents AEC, Australia), E. Poirier (ETS, Montreal, Quebec, Canada); Lifecycle information transformation and exchange for delivering and managing digital and physical assets Details
  159. C. Pahins, F. D'Morison, T. Rocha, L. Almeida, A. Batista, D. Souza (Sidia - Institute of Science and Technology, Manaus, Brazil); T-REC: Towards Accurate Bug Triage for Technical Groups Details
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  186. L. Askew, A. Desai (Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Georgia, USA); Green and Environment Conscious Manufacturing and Management Techniques Details
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  115. K. Hu (Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA), J. Acimovic (Penn State University, USA), F. Erize (Dell Technologies, Texas, USA), D. Thomas (University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA), J. Van Mieghem (Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, Evanston, USA); Forecasting New Product Life Cycle Curves: Practical Approach and Empirical Analysis Details
  116. M. Holler, C. Dremel, M. Herterich, F. Uebernickel, W. Brenner (Universitat St.Gallen, Switzerland); Product Lifecycle Management im Konzernumfeld - Herausforderungen, Losungsansatze und Handlungsempfehlungen Details
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  118. Y. Bathla (Obuda University, Budapest, Hungary), M. Al-Bkree; Web application for 3D software comparison considering PLM system Details
  119. A. Fabijan (Malmö University, Sweden); Data-Driven Software Development at Large Scale : from Ad-Hoc Data Collection to Trustworthy Experimentation Details
  120. J. Verrollot (University of Oulu, Finland); Mature supply management as an enabler for rapid product development and product portfolio renewal Details
  121. J. Keinanen (Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Finland); Assessment of Product Data Quality Details
  122. L. Toche Fumchum (ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada); Set-Based Prototyping in the Context of the Configurable Virtual Product: The Construction of the Learning Value Streams (LVS) Model Details
  123. P. Cha (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil); Pricing strategies at innovation diffusion process: Agent-based model simulation applied to Brazilians market of electric car Details
  124. A. Wangila (KCA University, Nairobi, Kenya); Strategies Adopted To Enhance Financial Stability Among Commercial Banks In Kenya Details
  125. C. Li, A. Dodor, F. Boabeng, S. Asim (Jiangsu University, Zhenjiang, China); Is Moderator Opportunity a Trigger Factor for the Contribution of Small Startup Business to the Mechanism Of Self-Organized Entrepreneur Behavior? Details
  126. A. Aravind (Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA); A Study on Understanding the Creation of Component Maintenance Manual Using Model-Based Definition Details
  127. B. Toche, R. Pellerin (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada), G. McSorley (University of Prince Edward Island, Canada), C. Fortin (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Moscow, Russia); A framework to support collaboration during prototyping and testing Details
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  129. Y. Xin, V. Ojanen (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lappeenranta, Finland); The impact of digitalization on product lifecycle management: How to deal with it? Details
  130. D. Morar, H-G Kemper (University of Stuttgart, Germany), H. Lasi (Steinbeis-Stiftung, Stuttgart, Germany); Challenges in Processing Digital and Physical Parts in Additive Manufacturing: An Exploration Details
  131. O. Drozd, D. Kapulin (Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation); Support of the Integrated Circuits Life Cycle Taking into Account the Influence of the Human Factor on Communication Processes Details
  132. C. Holligan, V. Hargaden, N. Papakostas (University College Dublin, Ireland); Product lifecycle management and digital manufacturing technologies in the era of cloud computing Details
  133. A. Alhyari (The British University in Dubai); The Integration of Sustainability in Project Management and Its Impact on UAE Construction Projects Performance Details
  134. F. Sanchez Sabido (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain); Analisis, diseno e implementacion de un sistema de equilibrado en un entorno PLM Details
  135. L. Paukkunen (Aalto University, Finland); Development of metrics and automation for product model verification Details
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  137. F. Carrascosa García (Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain); Analyzing Part Lifecycle inside a manufacturer of chip-making equipment Details
  138. D. Pena Ramírez (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota, Colombia); Diseno y Construccion de un prototipo de maquina de prototipado rapido CNC por FDM Details
  139. M. Valkovicova (PROARCH, Poprad, Slovak Republic); Barriers of corporate social responsibility implementation in Slovak construction enterprises Details
  140. F. Geyer, J. Lehnen, C. Herstatt (Hamburg University of Technology, Germany); Customer Need Identification Methods in New Product Development: What Works "Best"? Details
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  142. N. Sanchez, R. Serrezuela, A. Ramos (University Corporation of the Huila Region, Colombia); Optimization of the Paddy Rice Husking Process, Increasing the Useful Life of the Rollers in FlorHuila S.A. Plant Campoalegre Mills in 2017 Details
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  144. T. Manninen (JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Jyvaskyla, Finland); Development of traceability and inventory management Details
  145. S. Mariamdaran, A. Veloo (University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia); Relationship between information overload syndrome (IOS) and stress management of post graduate students Details
  146. J. Garcia-Garcia, M Escalona, J. Enríquez (University of Seville, Argentina), M. Urbieta, G. Rossi (Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina); Identifying functional requirements inconsistencies in multi-team projects framed into a model-based methodology Details
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  149. M. Coufal (University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic); The National Initiative Industry 4.0 - recommendations for industry and society Details
  150. M. Malavasi, G. Schenetti (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Lean Manufacturing and Industry 4.0: an empirical analysis between Sustaining and Disruptive Change Details
  151. E. Kolonias, N. Mavragani (Western Greece University of Applied Sciences, Patra, Greece); The innovation of open source business resource management systems through adempiere ERP Details
  152. L. Paganin (Federal University of Technology, Curitiba, Parana, Brazil); Ontological model for determination of test planning considering the product usage profile: a case applied in starting motors of agricultural tractors Details
  153. M. Walter, C. Leyh, S. Strahringer (TU Dresden, Germany); Knocking on Industry's Door: Needs in Product-Cost Optimization in the Early Product Life Cycle Stages Details
  154. J. Stark (Geneva, Switzerland); Product Lifecycle Management (Volume 3): The Executive Summary Details
  155. D. Shumway, J. Sadler, J. Salmon (Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, USA); Hybrid state transactional database for product lifecycle management features in a multi-engineer synchronous heterogeneous CAD environment Details
  156. S. Matsumoto, M. Matsuda (Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Kanagawa, Japan); Virtual PCA line constructed for simulation of time series changes of power consumption considering the effect of product flow Details
  157. E. Romare (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden); Forming the future digitalized supply chain through the use of blockchain technology Details
  158. M. Holler (University of St.Gallen, Switzerland); Mapping the Field of Product Lifecycle Management: A Bibliometric Study Details
  159. V. Gecevska (University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Macedonia), F. Cus (University of Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia), F. Lombardi, F. Chiampo (Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy); Product lifecycle management competitive technology solution Details
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  7. J. Schmidt (Federal University of Technology, Paraná, Curitiba, Brazil); Expert system based on ontological model to support the detailed project of products in the context of agricultural machinery Details
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  10. M. Okano (Centro Estadual de Educacao Tecnologica Paula Souza, Sao Paulo, Brazil), M. Fernandes, O. Vendrametto (Paulista University, Sao Paulo, Brazil), O. Sobral dos Santos (Potiguar University, Natal, Brazil); How new IT trends are being accepted in P/OM? Details
  11. K-H. Koskinen (Aalto University, Finland); Lifecycle information management in a product information model Details
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  13. T. Tamminen (Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, Finland); PLM:n kaytto alihankintaverkostoissa Details
  14. R. Ithiru (USIU Africa, Nairobi, Kenya); Strategic Responses to Changes in Business Environment: Case Study of Britam Insurance Company in Kenya Details
  15. M. Marra, C. Di Biccari, M. Lazoi, A. Corallo (Universita del Salento, Lecce, Italy); A Gap Analysis Methodology for Product Lifecycle Management Assessment Details
  16. C. Scheubel (Technical University of Munich, Germany), P. Bierschneider, H. Gierse, R. Hermann, M. Wokusch (Siemens AG, Germany); Valuing Product Lifecycle Management Details
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  30. E. D'Avolio, R. Bandinelli, R. Rinaldi (University of Florence, Italy); A process-oriented framework for PLM implementation in fashion companies Details
  31. M. Stabler, J. Weber (Daimler AG, Sindelfingen, Germany), K. Paetzold (Universitat der Bundeswehr, Neubiberg, Germany); Adapt!Evaluation - Evaluation for Design and Re-Design of Production Systems based on Axiomatic Design Details
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  33. J. Zammit, J. Gao (University of Greenwich, London, UK), R. Evans (University of Westminster, London, UK); The Challenges of Adopting PLM Tools Involving Diversified Technologies in the Automotive Supply Chain Details
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  36. K. Vadoudi (University of Technology of Troyes, France); On the understanding the link between PLM and geography: Proposal of a semantic data model Details
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  64. A. Fedotova, V. Tarassov (Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia), D. Mouromtsev (National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, Saint-Petersburg, Russia), I. Davydenko (Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics, Minsk, Belarus); Lifecycle Ontologies: Background and State-of-the-Art Details
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  70. M. Cina (Aix-Marseille Universite, France); Les nouvelles plateformes de conception, le PLM et leurs implications dans le processus de conception : portees et limites Details
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  84. O. Saarinen (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland); Consideration of environmental aspects in machinery and construction companies in South Karelia Details
  85. R. Quesada Díaz (University of Skovde, Sweden); Support component reusability by integrating augmented reality and product lifecycle management Details
  86. F-M. Binninger (Berlin, Germany); Managing the Diffusion of Innovations, Handbook of the Management of Creativity and Innovation Details
  87. J. Xu (Sichuan University, China), L. Xu (Xihua University, Chengdu, China); Integrated System Health Management: Perspectives on Systems Engineering Techniques Details
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  91. J. Garcia Agis, P. Brett (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway), H. Gaspar (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Aalesund, Norway), A. Keane, A. Ebrahimi (Ulstein International AS, Ulsteinvik, Norway); Preparing for a Digital Future - Experiences and Implications from a Maritime Domain Perspective Details
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  94. S. Wiesner, K-D. Thoben (University of Bremen, Germany); Cyber-Physical Product-Service Systems Details
  95. S. Biffl, D. Gerhard (Technische Universitat Wien, Austria), A. Lüder (Otto von Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany); Introduction to the Multi-Disciplinary Engineering for Cyber-Physical Production Systems Details
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  102. V. Helynranta (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland); A customer-oriented product phase down process in a global company Details
  103. H. Mahmoud (University of Bath, England); Resource-Independent Computer Aided Inspection Details
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  108. S. Václav, S. Lecky (Slovak University of Technology, Trnava, Slovakia); Impact of Computer Aided Assembly Technologies and Simulation in Production Planning Details
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