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Integration of Social Media with Product Data Management for Collaborative Product Design
Do, Namchul;
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 Abstract
Social media (SM) for expressing thoughts and opinions of people in network communities can support collaboration among stakeholders in business activities. To enhance collaboration for product design, this study integrates SM with a product data management (PDM) system that manages main product development processes and data in manufacturing companies. This study proposes a text messaging SM model that shares core components of PDM systems and uses product structures in PDM systems as networks for SM broadcasting. The SM model is implemented with a research purpose PDM system and applied to product design experiments to show feasibility of the proposed SM model in PDM systems.
 Keywords
Social Media;Product Design Collaboration;Product Data Management;
 Language
Korean
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