Siemens PLM Software is a world-leading provider of product lifecycle management (PLM) software. We help thousands of companies make great products by optimizing their lifecycle processes, from planning and development through manufacturing and support.
We work closely with every one of our customers to deliver the PLM solutions they need to support the critical decisions that go into their products. These solutions are open, to give them the freedom to use and combine whatever tools and information they need. They’re complete, so they add value across the entire product lifecycle. And they’re more than just technology, because only our people can truly assure your success.
We recognize that building great products has never been more challenging than it is today. Products are getting more complex, as are the processes to build them. We see how complexity is affecting our customers. We see how the pace of product decision-making is increasing faster than the capacity to absorb information. And we have been actively working to address these challenges.
The University of Southampton combines academic excellence with an innovative and entrepreneurial approach to research, supporting a culture that engages and challenges students and staff in their pursuit of learning.
Our researchers are tackling the most pressing challenges facing society today, including climate change, global health and renewable energy.
We transfer this knowledge to the wider community through professional development courses, research collaborations, consultancy, technology licensing and company formation.
More than 150 international businesses have chosen Southampton as a key partner for their research and development. We work with hi-tech companies of all sizes – local, regional and global
Rolls-Royce is a Power Systems company: for more than a hundred years we have been providing power for aircraft, ships and land applications. Our vision is to provide “better power for a changing world”. Better, because our customers need our systems to become more efficient all the time as we respond to the growing demand for all types of power in our fast changing world.
We are best known for our aero engines, that power many of the world’s most advanced passenger jets, like the new Airbus A350 and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. But, there is much more to the company than that. We also produce low–emission power systems for ships, some of which we design ourselves. We power a wide array of land vehicles: ranging from trains to combine harvesters, and build engines that can generate electricity.
Around half of our revenues come from servicing the power systems we deliver.
Since its founding, KU Leuven has been based in the city that shares its name. Leuven is a pleasant, safe and bustling student town, where centuries-rich history meets cutting-edge science. The university also offers degree programmes at campuses in 11 Belgian cities, including Brussels, Ghent and Antwerp.