A Deeper Dive in Accelerated Innovation: 

Engineering Smart Products

After discussing WHAT is happening and WHAT the consumers and end users expectations are, in terms of experiences, after a First World Reboot, the questions is: HOW is it possible to move forward to our new normal?

An integrated electro-, mechanical-, multi-physics platform becomes a must, due to the experience becoming more complex in order to handle all the dimensions that are needed. With more control than ever, we have the opportunity to become smarter, more imaginative, more immersive, collaborative and predictive than before.

The key to prepare well for the chaotic changing world is to imagine and invent in the virtual world. When you can easily and successfully create  a digital twin and simulate in the virtual world, you can reach the real world more accurately, faster, and at a much cheaper cost. In order to become a competitive differentiator in reducing the distance between the virtual world and real world, join us to learn how our platform can help you achieve these goals.

What you will learn:

  • Learn how to use integrated product (device) validation methods and processes on the platform

  • Multi-Disciplined Collaboration techniques that are design authoring (EDA) tool agnostic.

  • The Use of 3D-enabled collaboration capabilities.

  • How to better meet manufacturing requirements and decrease costs with concurrent change management.

  • Cyber physical term in reference to multi-physics simulations with structural integrity and deflection

  • How Real world effects can be simulated in a virtual environment

A Deeper Dive in Accelerated Innovation: Engineering Smart Products
October 20th, 2020
2:00-3:00 PM EDT
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Who Should Attend:

  • Engineer Technologies
  • System Engineers
  • Software Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Electrical Engineer

About your Presenters

Ed Clark

Ed Clark is a business development director with EMA Design Automation. Ed started his career off as a weapons and space systems design engineer working on the A10, F16 and Apache helicopter programs along with the Hubble space telescope, NASA Space Shuttle programs at Fairchild Space and Defense. He has since worked on many other NASA, Government and Mil-aero client programs around the world. Ed was with Cadence Design Systems for almost 20 years and has had global management positions for PCB design, Signal Integrity and IC packaging collaboration with the IC design software groups worldwide. Ed has been successful in creating and developing the IC packaging products, a product that generates more than 40M a year in sales. Ed is a successful entrepreneur, business owner and co-founder of one of the fastest growing businesses in Central Florida in 2019.

Louis Feinstein

Lou is  an experienced executive and visionary engineer with diverse hands on experience with organizational development, product, and project management within varying size software and product organizations.

He is skilled in identifying and cultivating; Strategic Technology, strategic partnerships, and short and long term technology roadmaps for High Tech products. Lou's current focus at Dassault Systèmes includes global management of High tech Solutions within the Dassault Systèmes portfolio

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