What is Interoperability?
The definition of interoperability is the ability of a system, software, or product to exchange and make use of information with other systems, software or products without special effort on the part of the user. For two systems to be interoperable, they must be able to exchange data and subsequently present that data such that it can be understood by a user. This can be referred to as semantic interoperability, technical interoperability or system interoperability.
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ITI’s interoperability software libraries and toolkits have served as the foundation for neutral-format translators since 1983, and are embedded in today’s systems. Vendors such as Siemens PLM Software, Dassault Systemes, PTC, Autodesk, MSC, and Mentor Graphics rely on ITI’s technology for their end-user products.
In addition to vendor partnerships, global manufacturers use ITI’s software and consulting solutions to develop proprietary, program-specific CAD interoperability for translation, conversion, and transformation solutions.
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