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CORPORATE OVERVIEW
CORPORATE OVERVIEW
www.coretechnologie.com
15/10/2013
CORETECHNOLOGIE PROFILE
CoreTechnologie is the leading global provider of 3D Interoperability Software, the
optimal collaboration with 3D CAD Data is the driving force behind our innovative
products.
CoreTechnologie software and services are used to enable easy communication
between business partners at all levels of the PLM process.
CoreTechnologie success is the result of progressive development, marking a new
generation of sophisticated, yet simple-to-use CAD interoperability software tools. With more than fourteen years of experience on helping organizations to streamline
their interoperability by automating manual workflows into perfectly integrated
processes.
CoreTechnologie is constantly active in R&D and invests over 30% of CT revenue in the
develpment of new functions, products and solutions.
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COMPANY HISTORY
3D_Evolution™
launched
CoreTechnologie
founded
in Germany
1997
2002
Sales and support
office opens in
Tokyo, Japan
3D_Kernel_IO
launched
Ground breaking
for new headquarters
in Mombris -Germany
Launch of feature
based technology
2003
2004
Development center
opens in
Lyon, France 2005
Sales and support
office opens in
Detroit, USA
Certified by German
Automobile
Manufacturers
Association
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2006
2009
2011
Joins LOTAR
2012
CoreTechnologie
expands into
India & Morocco
Launch of New
Graphic Interface – Re
brands 3D_Viewer to
3D_Analyzer
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COMPANY OUTLINE
Name
Headquarters
Founded in
Key resources
Employees
Business
: CoreTechnologie Group : Frankfurt, Germany
: 1997
: Dominique Arnault, COO Armin Brüning, President
Gauthier Wahu, CTO David Selliman, Vice President of North America : 85
: Products
•  3D_Evolution - 3D CAD Interoperability Suite
•  3D_Analyzer - 3D CAD Viewing & Analysis Tool •  3D_Kernel_IO - Software Development Kit •  Data conversion service
•  Client-specific process integration CoreTechnologie prides itself as a private corporation which is 100% debt free
GLOBAL FOOTPRINT
Rossford,
Ohio
Southfield,
Michigan
Lyon,
France
Frankfurt,
Germany
Japan
Casablanca,
Morocco
Korea
India
Achelon/Turin , Italy
MISSION AND VISION
CoreTechnologie Vision:
ü  Keep on innovating to offer the latest and the most sophisticated CAx 3D products
and services
ü  Take the CAx 3D interoperability field to a new dimension CoreTechnologie Mission:
ü  Enable a flexible and easy data Exchange for partners at all levels ü  Help organizations streamline their PLM process
ü  Shape the technology to optimize CAx 3D
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MARKET & INDUSTRY
TIER SUPPLIERS
PARTNERSHIPS
MARKET & INDUSTRY
AUTOMOTIVE
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AEROSPACE
ENGINEERING
DEFENCE
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MARKET & INDUSTRY
SOFTWARE EDITORS
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RESEARCH
CONSUMER GOODS
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PRODUCT OUTLINE
3D Viewer
•  Native reading for all CAD
systems: Feature based, BRep, PMI, Metadata
•  Markup with Measurements
•  3D Analyzer Modules
•  VDA Checker
•  Collision Detection
•  Model Comparison
•  Wall Thickness Checker
•  Backlash
CAD Data Conversion
•  Native reading of all CAD
systems: Feature based, BRep, PMI, Metadata
•  Feature-based conversions
•  VDA Checker with healing
•  Geometry simplification •  All 3D Analyzer Modules
•  Batch Processing
•  FEM Tools suite
•  De-featuring
•  Meta-face
•  Mid-face
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CAD API Libraries
•  Feature Based Reading
•  Native reading of all CAD
systems: B-Rep, PMI,
Metadata
•  Software Development Kit for
reading CAD Interfaces •  All major CAD formats
•  C++ Data Structure
•  Simple Integration
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NATIVE INTERFACES
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CATIA V4
CATIA V5
CATIA V6
PRO/E/ CREO
Siemens NX
IDEAS NX
SolidWorks
Inventor
STEP
ACIS
XT – Format
JT – Format
IGES
DWG
3D PDF
3D XML Rhino
VDA 11 | Fußzeile
All standard and native interfaces are developed and
maintained by CoreTechnologie ensuring a guaranteed support
of the newest CAD format versions. 3D_Evolution reads assembly
structure, attributes, B-REP solids and skins as well as tessellated
models. Furthermore, features with history, PMI, attributes and metadata
are directly accessible without a CAD license or application:
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AUTOMATED GEOMETRY SIMPLIFICATION FOR IP PROTECTION AND
SHRINK WRAP USING 3D_EVOLUTION™
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•  What is the risk?
•  Ways to protect my IP
•  How 3D_Evolution™ can help
•  Batch Process
•  What about CAE?
WHAT’S THE RISK?
Intellectual property is one of
the most critical resources of
any business.
“In the increasingly
globalized economy,
intellectual property
accounts for a growing
share of the value of world
trade, and protecting intellectual property has become a significant global issue.
ThanksAccording
to advances
technologies,
including
the increasing
accessibility
of the theft is
tointhe
U.S. Commerce
Department,
intellectual
property
internetestimated
as well as at
improvements
in manufacturing,
shipping,
more than $250
billion and transportation,
750,000 jobsand
annually.
digital content can be distributed to a worldwide market almost instantaneously,
and even small businesses have unprecedented opportunities to market and
The
International
Chamber
of Commerce
the global fiscal loss to
distribute
their
goods and services
around
the world.”estimates
– Deputy Assistant
intellectual
property
theft is more than $600 billion per year.
Attorney
General Jason
M. Weinstein, Criminal Division, US Dept of Justice
http://www.cybercrime.gov/11-09-09_DAAG-WEINSTEIN-TESTIMONY.pdf
2013 CIC Market Report
74% of companies use EMAIL as an
acceptable method of exchanging
CAD files
79% of Non-Native Formats is STEP
How save is your data?
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“What will happen to my intellectual property once it leaves the security of my
corporate environment or server?" "I know my partners have signed a nondisclosure agreement - but how secure is my intellectual property from any
unintentional disclosure?“ In this market place spanning different countries,
different languages, different laws, along with the ever growing need to share and
collaborate in a digital world, what company has time to be concerned about the safety
of their intellectual property in the hands of their own employees let alone employees
of all the other companies we do business with on a daily basis?
Current and former employees are the most common perpetrators of intellectual
property theft… 26% according to US Attorneys
What can be done?
•  Educate your employees
•  Hire security professionals to help
•  Use automated processes to assist in the protection of IP
•  Educate your employees
More specifically, what about my CAD files?
A recent Aberdeen Group report has some suggestions
WWW.ABERDEEN.COM
To protect their investment in product intellectual property, companies should
evaluate their product innovation, product development and engineering processes to
ensure they effectively: • Adopt "intellectual property friendly" approaches to collaboration including
sharing only the amount of design data required by partners to accomplish their
tasks • Ensure that research and development (R&D) discoveries are captured, evaluated
from a business perspective, and safeguarded by executing the appropriate
protection (i.e., patents, trademarks, trade secrets, defensive publishing)
• Protect product data, including implementing secure product data management
(PDM) and enhanced IT security solutions to safeguard product data within the
firewall and digital rights management (DRM) to protect product intellectual
property "in the wild" when designs are shared with others outside of the corporate
firewall
3D BENEFITS VS RISKS
Benefits:
•  With the use of 3D Viewers, non engineering departments can improve
time to market. •  Reading the tessellated 3D models allow for load and file size reduction. •  CAD/CAE and CAM departments can ensure that distribution of 3D data
are exact representations. 3D BENEFITS VS RISKS
Risks:
•  Native CAD data could be considered as one of the most valuable assets
within a company due to the wealth of information
•  Feature Parameters
•  Detailed functional tolerance and annotations
•  Product Manufacturing information (PMI)
•  General dimensioning & Tolerance (GD&T)
•  Dimensions
WHAT ABOUT LIGHT WEIGHT … STEP, IGES, JT?
3D Documents may reveal a great amount of data about a specific product.
IP theft can be accomplished on these lightweight representations by
software-based reverse engineering.
•  Competitors have the ability to look at a published 3D design and
discover the principles of the product and its parts
•  Measurements can be taken
•  Assembly construction can be re-created
•  Rapid prototypes can be created from a 3D Printer from lightweight
models
CAST STUDY EXAMPLE
I make engines
I need to share my engines with everyone
Everyone wants to ensure that my engines fit into the vehicles
I need to share the CAD files with those people, but I don’t want to give the
house away
And I want it to be automated
CASE STUDY EXAMPLE
I service engines
I need to see how this oil pan fits onto the engine block
I am not a CAD user. Nor do I have a powerful computer
How can I see just the area of the models with full detail and limited info about the rest?
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Here is how 3D Evolution can assist in protecting your IP

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