In this video you learn the theory behind the ThingWorx Studio software and the ThingWorx Studio View app. You learn about the ThingWorx Studio Studio UI and how to navigate it. You learn about some of the different widgets and their unique configuration options. You learn about the different data that can be shared with ThingWorx Studio and what data binding is. Finally, you learn how to save your project and publish your experience, as well as the steps to view the experience in ThingWorx Studio View.... (Show more)(Show less)
The theme continues with Russ Fadel, President of ThingWorx, Dane Taival, VP of Customer Care at Trane North America, and David Riddle, Director of IT for Thermo Fisher Scientific. They share their experiences, and the benefits and challenges they anticipate from the transformation to smart, connected products.... (Show more)(Show less)
In this video, you will learn how to use the View Requirements app to access a read-only view of a document located in Integrity Lifecycle Manager. Users may filter document contents via a case sensitive search feature and a visible fields configuration option.
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Jim Heppelmann, PTC President & CEO, shows how the Internet of Things is changing the world, bridging the physical and digital worlds and discusses the new value opportunities for those who create, operate and service products.... (Show more)(Show less)
This talk presents the nine IoT Settings framework created by the McKinsey Group and provides an introduction on how industry is responding to the need to improve B2B and interoperability to support an ecosystem of IoT products. ... (Show more)(Show less)
In this talk a simple framework is shared on how to design a product that fits an augmented reality use case. The conceptual use case includes product infrastructure, sensors, connectivity, analytics, and smart applications required to realize this solution. ... (Show more)(Show less)
In this talk a simple framework for organizing the technology stack of an IoT product is presented. The five layers include the product infrastructure, sensors, connectivity, analytics, and smart apps.... (Show more)(Show less)