PTC sponsoring contest to highlight design ingenuity
The Redefining Innovation contest is open users of PTC® Pro/ENGINEER® Wildfire® 2.0. Contestants have until January 15, 2008 to submit their ideas for the next breakthrough product.
Recognizing that innovative products drive the manufacturing industry, product life-cycle management (PLM) software supplier PTC has launched a contest to showcase some of the ground breaking designs being created with its CAD software.
The Redefining Innovation contest is open users of PTCwork, and play.
Contest entrants can select any category that best fits the design objective including:
An expert panel of industry analysts, media professionals and a member from the PTC/USER board will judge the entrants based on its uniqueness of concept, approach to unmet customer needs, marketability of product, and ability to manufacture. The winner will be the subject of a feature story in Manufacturing Business Technology magazine.
“Product engineers and designers drive innovation and ultimately create the products that help shape the way we live our lives,” said Rob Gremley, divisional VP, corporate marketing, PTC.
For information on how to enter the Redefining Innovation visit: www.ptc.com/go/redefininginnovation.com .
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