00 Hardcover TK5105 Thomas (Rolls-Royce) examines the factors influencing the potential adoption of product data exchange and IT standards across target populations.
What does PDX stand for?
PDX stands for Product Data Exchange (file name extension; XML technology)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 9 other meanings of PDX in our Acronym Attic
- Performance Driving Experience (cars)
- Phone Data Exchange (Proxon)
- Planet Deus Ex (gaming)
- Play Dog Excellent (Chattanooga, TN)
- Portland, OR, USA - Portland International Airport (Airport Code)
- Pre-Deployment Exercise
- Primary Diagnosis
- Printer Description eXtension (file)
- Priority Document Exchange (US DOC)
- Private Data Exchange
- Product Definition Exchange
- Professional Development Exchange (various organizations)
- Pancreatic and Duodenal HomeoboX Gene 1
- Peripheral Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (bone density test)
- Peripheral Dual X-Ray Absorptiometry (densitometry)
- Process Data Exchange Institute
- Paderborn Dolphins Youth (football team in Paderborn, Germany)
- Pike-Delta-York (school district; Ohio)
- Positive Direction for Youth (faith-based youth conference)
- Present for Duty
Samples in periodicals archive:
At a panel led by the NIST researcher at this year's IPC APEX conference, company representatives discussed how they are now building these new standards, including the IPC Product Data eXchange (PDX) suite and a number of RosettaNet Partner Interface Process (PIP) specifications into their outsourcing strategy.
STEP-NC is an extension of the Standard for Product Data Exchange that annotates the ISO standard for CAD design data with manufacturing information for CNC systems.
By completing the STEP certification process, Alibre has demonstrated its commitment to supporting an ISO standard for digital product data exchange," said Chuck Stark, program director for US PRO.
GeometryQA will be instrumental in eliminating not only the problems of product data exchange between multiple in-house CAD systems or suppliers, but also reduce the associated expense that poor geometry quality adds to product development costs.
What many foundrymen are discovering is that several organizations are trying to establish a product data exchange standard for transfer of electronic data between CAD programs.