|1987||JT was originally developed by the US Company Engineering Animation, Inc. (EAI) under the name Direct-Model toolkit. The models were used e.g. in court to illustrate complex car accidents.|
|1999||EAI was taken over by UGS and the data format was developed further as JT.|
|2001||The division of EAI that was involved in the visualization of technically complex legal claims was spun off and today goes by the name of Demonstratives, Inc. (DI).|
|2003||UGS PLM Solutions established the JT Open initiative to encourage wider use of the technology.|
|2003||Initiated by specialists of Siemens and Bosch the JT User Group was founded with the aim to provide a platform for sharing experiences relating ti the application of JT.|
|2007||UGS PLM Solutions submitted an application for the standardization of JT to the ISO.|
|2007||Shortly after the ISO application UGS was acquired by Siemens Industry Automation and its name was changed to Siemens PLM Software.|
|2009||The standardization organization decided to bring the evaluation of JT and other formats, including U3D and Collada to a close. JT 8.3c was published as a Publicly Available Specification.|
|2012||JT based on version 9.5 has been officially published as ISO 14306:2012. All documents needed for the implementation are available royalty free.|
Rudolf Dotzauer, Continental TEMIC microelectronic GmbH
Bernd Watzal, Mercedes-Benz AG
:em engineering methods
Continental TEMIC microelectronic
DiK TU Darmstadt
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche
Siemens Industry Software
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