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Tech Takeover: Designing Smart Products for the Internet of Things

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Name: Tech Takeover: Designing Smart Products for the Internet of Things
Date: July 19, 2017
Time: 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM EDT
Registration: Sorry, public registration for this event has been closed.
Event Description:

The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing how manufacturers design and develop products. From industrial and medical equipment to consumer goods, the products we use today are becoming increasingly connected and smart. While the IoT brings new revenue opportunities for manufacturers, there are also new product development challenges that can eat into profitability. Join Automation Alley and product development experts Peter Bilello, President of CIMdata, and David Hofer, Electrical Technical Specialist and Certified Interconnect Designer at Fisher Unitech, for an educational session on creating smarter products with seamless collaboration between the electrical and mechanical engineers and design teams.

You will learn about:
• The business opportunity for manufacturers to compete with smart products in new and evolving markets and how this changes traditional product development processes
• Product development strategies that enable cross-functional teams to design smart products more efficiently with better quality and faster time-to-market
•  Technology that companies use to reduce the complexity and cost of developing mechanical, electrical and electronic components that comprise smart products

This session is intended for mechanical and electrical engineers and printed circuit board designers with roles in product design, development and R&D, working across all industries for small, medium or enterprise-sized manufacturing companies.

Speakers include:

Peter Bilello, President, CIMdata

Peter Bilello has more than 28 years of experience in the development of business-enabling IT solutions for research, engineering, and manufacturing organizations worldwide. He has participated in Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) analysis, selection, implementation, and training; CAD/CAM/CAE/CIM implementation and management; synchronous and lean manufacturing consulting; software engineering; and general data management strategy development and support. He has authored numerous papers and research reports on PLM and related topics, and his articles, commentaries, and perspectives have appeared in publications throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia. For more information, visit www.cimdata.com.

David Hofer, Electrical Technical Specialist and CID, Fisher Unitech

David Hofer began using computer-aided engineering (CAE) tools in the late-1980s doing embedded/FPGA programming and printed circuit board layout. He began using SOLIDWORKS CAD design software in 2011 while working on a high-speed imaging project. In May 2014, he joined Fisher Unitech where he is the Electrical Technical Specialist and a Certified Interconnect Designer. His expertise includes helping companies realize the value of using SOLIDWORKS software to develop electrical and electronics designs.

About Fisher Unitech:
Fisher Unitech is fundamentally improving manufacturing in America by delivering, supporting and training customers on the best product development software and additive and subtractive manufacturing solutions available. The company delivers 3D software and hardware, which enables customers to design, validate and manage innovative products from prototyping to manufacturing. Fisher Unitech is the largest seller of Stratasys 3D printers in the world and one of the leading SOLIDWORKS providers. The company has best-in-class technical experts who work proactively to ensure that customers gain the most value from their investment with award-winning training options, consultation and support. Fisher Unitech has locations in 22 states across the greater Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and New England. For more information, visit www.fisherunitech.com.

Sponsored by:

Fisher Unitech

Location:

​Automation Alley 
2675 Bellingham, Troy, MI 48083

Date/Time Information:
July 19, 2017
8:30 am - 10:30 am
Contact Information:
(800) 427-5100
Fees/Admission:
Member Price: Free
Non-member Price: $20.00
Foundation Price: Free
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