Red Bull Racing keeps its cars on track with Teamcenter

Red Bull engineers involved with the start of next week's Formula One season in Melbourne are using UGS's Teamcenter tool to track design refinements and the performance of more than 5,000 individual components on the team's cars.

Red Bull engineers involved with the start of next week's Formula One season in Melbourne are using UGS's Teamcenter tool to track design refinements and the performance of more than 5,000 individual components on the team's cars.

The application provides a central repository for performance data, design information and technical feedback.

"In 1996 we had just nine engineers, and now we have 110. This drove the need for a strong product lifecycle management tool," said Matt Cadieux, IT director at Red Bull Racing.




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