Digital Prototyping and the Model Based Enterprise – the future is now!
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Recent advancements in digital prototyping solutions are empowering program and engineering teams, contractors and integrators to deliver on the promise of model based definition, engineering, and enterprise. See how technology innovations are enabling the realization of the model based enterprise throughout the complete lifecycle of today’s systems and platforms – from design to development and manufacturing. Learn what you should be doing today to prepare for the Model Based Enterprise.
In this webcast, you’ll hear Autodesk experts and customers address the following questions:
- How does the Autodesk solution for Digital Prototyping support the DOD’s vision for Model Based Enterprise?
- What does it take to go beyond 3D to Digital Prototyping and Model Based Engineering?
- What’s on the horizon for Model Based Engineering, what should I be doing now?
Mick has been with Autodesk since 1992, serving within the Manufacturing or Mechanical Design Division the entire time: first as a Senior Applications Engineer/Technical Manager for 12 years, then as a Manufacturing Learning Development Manager for 5 years, and currently as a Federal Technical Accounts Manager.
Mick Mechanical Engineer experienced in team leadership and mentoring to senior manufacturing application engineers. Throughout his career, Mick has focused on teaching, training, troubleshooting and development of new and existing CAD/CAM software. Known as a performance leader in trade show presentations and technical symposiums, Mick is also the author of product demonstrations and the creator of course curriculums for application engineers in channel sales.
Brian Frank is the Autodesk Industry Manager for Manufacturing for their US Federal Customers. Brian brings a multi-disciplin ary background to the Autodesk Manufacturing Industry Team. Prior to joining Autodesk, he served as project architect for 10 years in both the Baltimore/DC and New York Metro markets, and also served as Senior Project Engineer for an exterior envelope manufacturing firm in the Northeast. Brian is well versed in the application of technology as well as trends in the industry through both undergraduate and professional research projects. Brian has been with Autodesk for 3+ years.
Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech).