ThingWorx Navigate licensing opens many users a way to access PLM data and functionality at an attractive price tag when they don’t need to use the full power of Windchill functionality. This licensing and packaging has changed over the past 1.5 years and this is the perfect time to share an update on available license types and answer essential questions like...
Join our ThingWorx Navigate Experts - Christoph Braeuchle, Emily Larkin and Steve Scheib to understand how ThingWorx Navigate licensing works and which options are available.
good morning, i need more informations regardin Thingworx Navigate View terminal or Designed Computer.
Our customer need a license to permit several people in shopfloor viewing windchill datas. The customer has Totems (or PCs in operation- assembly lines) and these Totems are used by more or less 300 people distributed in 3 shifts and 6 totems. these people have non access to IT LDAP and are very dynamic in terms of usage in operation and in terms of people joining and leaving the company. according to your presentation which licenses have to be the right solution for the customer? which is the part of license agreement that describes the right usage of software to be compliant? many thanks