Event Date: 15 December 2020 - 12:00 pm
In the latest Digital Engineering Hot Seat panel discussion, DE tackles remote collaboration technology.
Remote collaboration is increasingly important for engineering teams as work-from-home orders remain in place in many regions, and cross-border travel restrictions have put a hold on many face-to-face meetings.
In this webinar, part of the DE Hot Seat series of panel discussions, DE takes a look at the technologies that enable remote design collaboration. Can engineers successfully cope with the new normal using their current tools?
Moderated by DE editor Kenneth Wong, panelists will discuss:
- the role of cloud-based design and simulation software;
- the double-edged nature of VPNs and security features;
- the hurdles and benefits to adopting AR/VR-based collaboration.
- Our presentation will be followed by a LIVE Q&A session.
John McEleney, corporate vice president of strategy at PTC, has spent his career transforming businesses, driving corporate strategy, and forecasting what’s next in product development and manufacturing. With more than 30 years of experience in mechanical design and software, McEleney understands the innovation challenges customers face in today’s hyper-connected world and helps them navigate the digital era.
Kathleen Maher tracks content creation and design software for Jon Peddie Research (JPR,http://www.jonpeddie.com ). She is the Editor-in-Chief of JPR's Tech Watch Report, and GfxSpeak and is the author of JPR’s CAD and DCC reports. Kathleen has been tracking the CAD industry since her days as Editor-in-Chief of Cadence Magazine, and that has been a while.
Stan Przybylinski is Vice President of CIMdata, an internationally recognized authority on Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). He is responsible for CIMdata’s research agenda, including the CIMdata PLM Market Analysis Report series. His focus areas include R&D management, requirements management, channel management, strategic marketing, and software delivery models. Beyond his research work at CIMdata, Przybylinski has been directly involved with the selection, consulting, integration, and implementation of large-scale PLM solutions. He has experience working in the automotive, aerospace, consumer packaged goods (CPG), high-tech, and medical device industries. He frequently speaks about PLM in conferences in Europe, North America, and Asia.