PLANO, Texas,– Siemens PLM Software announced an in-kind software grant with a commercial value of US$78.4 million to Rutgers University to enrich its engineering curriculum and to facilitate transfer of Siemens PLM Software‚â€™s technology to the areas of critical infrastructure lifecycle management in New Jersey and beyond. The in-kind investment includes engineering software student/instructor training and academic support.
As a result of this partnership with Rutgers University, Siemens PLM Software‚â€™s world-class PLM software will be used primarily in undergraduate courses for Automated Manufacturing Systems and Computer Control of Manufacturing Systems. This grant is provided through the Siemens PLM Software‚â€™s GO PLM‚â„¢ (Global Opportunities in Product Lifecycle Management) program.
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