PLM Green Resources

Coming soon to this new PLM Green Alliance website page will be a collection of useful resources and technical references on the contributions of PLM-enabling technologies and software solutions in Renewable Energy, Greener Products, Circular Economy, Sustainability, Climate Change, Zero Carbon, and much more.

These references can include: white papers, articles, glossary definitions, journal publications, blog posts, webinars, newsletters, presentations, recorded videos, conferences, and profiles of consulting service and software providers working in this space.

Send us your suggestions, along with a link to the source, to be included to info@plmgreenalliance.com. In addition to the below submissions you can find other resources referenced in the feed of our PLM Green LinkedIn Group we invite you to join.

The Exponential Roadmap initiative at https://exponentialroadmap.org/ has released a report on 36 solutions to halve global emissions 2030 at https://exponentialroadmap.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ExponentialRoadmap_1.5_20190919_Single-Pages.pdf .

The first reference that has been submitted is a whitepaper from Keith Hanna, Vice President of Marketing at Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, on “You Can Save The Planet With Design and Engineering Simulation”.

You can save the planet with design & engineering simulation

 

PLM Green Global Alliance

The mission of the new PLM Green Global Alliance (PGGA) is to create a global connection and community between professionals who use, develop, market, or support Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) related technologies and software solutions that have value in addressing the causes and consequences of climate change due to human-generated greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).

We are motivated by the opportunities and challenges to create a sustainable circular economy and green future for our industries, communities, nations, and all life forms on the planet Earth that depend on healthy ecosystems.

PLM Green Global Alliance

We seek to educate, advocate, and collaborate for greater recognition of the role of PLM technologies to help assess, reduce, mitigate, and adapt (when necessary) to the effects of climate change. There are many examples of how PLM-related technologies are doing just that, but very few focused platforms and forums where professional resources and application case studies can be collected, shared, discussed, and promoted for the common good.

We invite anyone with a sincere professional interest in the intersection of PLM and our theme topics – which currently include Climate Change, Sustainability, Green Energy, Circular Economy and Industry 4.0 – to join our recently formed PLM Green Global Alliance LinkedIn Group.

Please note that this is not a forum which will study or debate the environmental sciences of carbon emissions, global warming, or climate change. That function is already covered by many respectable science-based global organizations. These climate experts have concluded that human-generated climate change due to greenhouse gas emissions is happening now and its effects are already becoming severe and may become irreversible as well all devastating if current trends are not arrested.

Members of our informal alliance are invited to share and collaborate across a non-political global community of professionals working with PLM-related technologies that can help transform our economies to be more energy efficient and carbon neutral.

PLM Market Segments

These technologies include but are not limited to: Product Data Management (PDM), Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE), Simulation & Analysis (SA), Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Digital Twins (DT), Digital Manufacturing (DMfg), Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing (AM/3DP), Product Portfolio Management (PPM), Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR), Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), Visualization (Viz), Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (MDO), Multi-Physics Simulationm (MPS), Product Cost Management (PCM), Architectural Engineering Construction/Building Information Management (AEC/BIM), Service Lifecycle Management (SLM), Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM), Configuration Lifecycle Management (CLM), Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), High Performance Computing (HPC) and Enterprise Collaboration & Innovation Management (ECIM).

We invite working professionals, users, researchers, teachers, students, developers, marketers, and followers of these application domains to share example case studies and thought leadership of how PLM-enabling technologies have been used to:

  • make products and processes more efficient and sustainable
  • find and develop new sources of renewable green energy
  • store and transmit alternative energy supplies
  • reduce or sequester human-made carbon emissions
  • capture naturally produced greenhouse and methane gasses
  • pioneer and deploy green manufacturing processes
  • design products and their lifecycles to be environmentally friendly
  • simulate and test global geoengineering technologies as solutions
  • recycle, reuse, or repurpose assets, materials, and natural resources
  • monitor a warming planet, changing weather patterns, and impact of climate change
  • enhance the resiliency and sustainability of infrastructures, communities and economies

On this our new website PLM Green Global Alliance we will soon be collecting, researching, and sharing examples of the above along with thought leadership blogs, white papers, success stories, and other useful resources submitted to us from around the globe. Send us your examples to include to info@plmgreenalliance.org.

Participate in our discussion by joining the newly-formed PLM Green Global Alliance LinkedIn Group at https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12304531/ as well as registering to receive our news by entering your email on the top right of any page on this website. We welcome the contribution your ideas, experience, suggested topics, and help by contacting our founders Rich McFall in North America at rich@plmalliances.com or Jos Voskuil in Europe at tacit@planet.nl.