DATE: Tuesday, November 10, 2020
TIME: 2:00 PM ET/11:00 AM PT
From autonomous cars to smart home-monitoring devices, sensor- and software-driven products are poised to change the manufacturing landscape. The recent supply chain disruptions from the Coronavirus-related shutdowns have also prompted many to reconfigure manufacturing processes and explore 3D printing.
In the third episode of this 3-part webinar series, we evaluate whether firms that have historically worked with classic manufacturing technologies can survive the winds of change.
Tune in to learn:
- Mainstream parametric CAD packages were designed for producing geometry suitable for traditional manufacturing methods.
- What does the incorporation of sensors and software mean for design engineers?
- What is the role of 3D printing in conceiving and producing new products?
- Is there evidence of consumer demand for mass-customization? If so, how can it be accommodated?
- For small and midsized firms with limited IT budget, what are new options to explore with the cloud, for data storage, for R&D acceleration, and for software licensing?
Amazon Web Services
Director of Fusion 360 Strategy
Moderator: Kenneth Wong