COE 2016 Annual PLM Experience & TechniFair

2016 Keynote Presentations & General Sessions

Monday, April 11

DS Executive Presentation
Paul DiLaura, Managing Director of Dassault Systèmes North America

Join Paul DiLaura, Managing Director, North America, as he outlines the value the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform is bringing to customer across industries, organizations, and the world. Attendees will learn how the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform continues to evolve, and what this means for users of CATIA, ENOVIA, DELMIA, Simulia and more.

Transportation and Mobility Industry Update
Michael Lalande, Director, Automotive/Transportation Industry Americas

Customer Experience Session: 3DEXPERIENCE – A Platform for Continuous Innovation and Sustainable Growth
Andy Kalambi, VP of 3DExperience Platform
Morgan Zimmerman, Chief Executive Officer, EXALEAD 

This session will explore why customers are adopting 3DEXPERIENCE platform as a business framework to drive their growth strategies, how more than 900 customers of Dassault Systemes are already on this journey, the three paths to 3DEXPERIENCE they have chosen, as well as some insights from successful deployments of over 100 customers who are now enjoying the benefits through leaps in productivity and business agility.


Tuesday, April 12

Aerospace Industry Update
Michel Tellier, Vice President, Aerospace Industry


Customer Experience Session: Collaboration in the Cloud: Joby Aviation’s 3DExperience
Alec Clark, Mechanical Engineer, Joby Aviation
Taban Thompson, PLM Sales, Idex Solutions

Jeff Rickey, Vice President of Sales, Idex Solutions
Jeff Smith, Director, Ideas Lab, Dassault Systemes
Shawn Ehrstein, Director, CAD/CAM Lab

Come listen to Joby Aviation and how they are making their dream a reality through connecting the dots of innovation and leveraging the 3DExperience Platform on the Cloud. Joby Aviation is revolutionizing transportation with personal electric VTOL aircraft. See how “test plans become results” through learning about the future of advance product development and manufacturing at the WSU Innovation Campus and 3DExperience Center where dreams can be certified through the National Institute for Aviation Research. It’s all about connecting the right dots.

Wednesday, April 13

AEC Industry Update
Marty Doscher,Vice President, Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) Industry


Customer Experience Session: Manufacturing Buildings with the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform
Javier Glatt,CEO, CadMakers Virtual Construction

Javier Glatt, CEO, CadMakers Virtual ConstructionCadMakers Virtual Construction CEO Javier Glatt will walk through real use cases of applying CATIA / DELMIA and ENOVIA 3DEXPERIENCE on cloud to large scale AEC projects. CadMakers has delivered various scopes of work on 35 projects worth over $3B in construction and will share examples of using the 3DEXPERIENCE platform and integrated work flows to deliver design to fabrication to installation workflows that are saving significant time and money on complex projects. Examples will include: Complex facades, MEP prefabrication on heavy industrial, commercial and residential projects, automation examples with EKL + Scripting, with a case study on UBC Brock Commons Phase 1, an 18 story heavy timber building where all aspects of the building are being delivered design to fabrication to installation on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. 



Customer Experience Session: Flying High with Boeing’s AerosPACE Program
Marc MartelSenior Manager, Education Services

JLike many manufacturers that rely on an annual flow of work-ready engineering graduates, Boeing has struggled to consistently find entry-level candidates with the skills it needs to stay ahead in the competitive aerospace industry. To address this real world experience gap, in 2014 Boeing launched Aerospace Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering (or AerosPACE). Modeled after NASA’s systems engineering workflow, the AerosPACE design process focuses on conceptual, preliminary and detailed design as well as prototyping and design for manufacturing. In this session, you’ll learn how engineering students at eight U.S. universities are teaming up to tackle a daunting challenge: to learn, over 28 weeks, enough about aerodynamics, manufacturing and collaboration so that they can design, build and fly an aircraft.