The healthcare industry is a hot bed of innovation. A convergence of new technologies, connectivity, big data and analytic models are creating a multitude of opportunities to improve health outcomes and reinvent platforms for device and service businesses. Working in a regulated industry requires special considerations that can prove challenging for the uninitiated. From concept generation to launch, this session, led by Aidan Petrie, Chief Innovation Officer of Ximedica, will provide an overview of six essential components of successful product development specific to the development of medical devices and healthcare products. We will start with a discussion around the regulatory considerations that drive many of the activities surrounding each of the development phases and then cover step-by-step each phase of development including an overview of funding milestones and potential sources. Part how-to, part know-how the aim of this short workshop is to equip anyone who is currently trying to bring a product to market or may do in the future with a high level view from experts in the field. Ximedica is the largest product developer the country that is focused solely on the medical space. Our clients range from Fortune 30, VC's, university incubators and everything in between.
Views: 31397 Harvard Innovation Labs
Join the freelance community, newsletter, private Slack group, and also stay up-to-date on the release of FREELANCED, the documentary on freelancing I'm filming at http://freelance.tv *Huge thanks to Sony for the support on the gear. Highly recommend the gear if you're looking to get started in film http://geni.us/sonystuff * *Huge thanks to InVision App for the support documentary being filmed. A must have for sharing your design work http://geni.us/invision * -- Jared Erondu is a freelance Product Designer. http://erondu.com http://twitter.com/erondu -- Subscribe for more videos on Freelancing & Design. -- A documentary on freelancing called FREELANCED is currently being filmed. For more information check out http://freelance.tv. -- Questions: [0:10] What does freelancing mean to you? I mean, what do you think when you hear that word, “freelance”? [0:34] Do you think freelancers need certain skills to become successful? [2:09] Tell me about how you got started and what led you into freelancing for the first time? [3:43] How did you land your first projects? Seems like it’s always the hardest thing to do. How did you get through this? [5:30] How do you charge your clients and how did you come up with that solution? [8:32] Do you think you can make a lot of money freelancing compared to full-time? [10:36] So, I noticed you don’t really use the term freelance when you talk about yourself publicly, you seem to always say contract instead. Why is that? [9:35] Will everyone succeed at it? -- Thank you for watching this video I'm Dann Petty, a freelance designer in San Francisco, CA with past clients like Google, Medium, National Geographic, Airbnb, Nixon, and many more. http://twitter.com/dannpetty http://dribbble.com/dannpetty http://behance.net/dannpetty http://instagram.com/dannpetty -- This video was shot by myself with the following gear: View all http://geni.us/selffilmmaker MAIN CAMERAS SONY A7SII http://geni.us/a7sii SONY A7RII http://geni.us/a7rii *FAVORITE* (epic photos + video) OTHER CAMERAS SONY RX100 V http://geni.us/rx100v GOPRO http://geni.us/smallcamera MAIN LENSES 24-70MM http://geni.us/2470mm 16-35MM http://geni.us/sony1635mm *FAVORITE* (always on) OTHER LENSES 55MM http://geni.us/sony55mm 85MM http://geni.us/sony85mm 90MM http://geni.us/sony90mm 70-200MM http://geni.us/sony70200mm AUDIO ON CAMERA MIC http://geni.us/sonymic LAVS http://geni.us/lavs OVERHEAD SHOTGUN http://geni.us/shotgunmic RECORDER http://geni.us/recorder TRIPODS MAIN http://geni.us/manfrotto290 *FAVORITE* (so easy to use) HEAVY DUTY http://geni.us/sachtler1001 (worst purchase) ACCESORIES BATTERY GRIP http://geni.us/sonybatterygrip *FAVORITE* (a must) EXTERNAL MONITORS *FAVORITE* (best investment yet) SMALL HD 502 http://geni.us/smallhd501 SMALL HD 702 http://geni.us/smallhd702 Edited in Adobe Premiere CC 2017
Views: 46302 Dann Petty
Wholesale LED Lights Manufacturer visit www.ledvv.com The Video was show engineer work at LED Lights workshop. Engineer department working at products develop and quality control area every day, to ensure the LED lights safety and long life span.
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Welcome to July and thanks for stopping by! Today on ATP we’re going to look a bit more in-depth at LEDs. How complicated could that be? Turns out to be a bit more than you might think. What’s with the different voltages for different colors? What’s a candela or a lumen? Is this thing going to burn? While you can generally get away with using rules of thumb alone, you just might want to brush up on some of the finer points of LED selection and operation. I’ll pick out a few of the choice specs and give you the low-down. Find the full blog on SparkFun.com
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With the new C-Class the Mercedes-Benz designers take modern luxury to a whole new level. Progressive and emotional highlights emphasize the sensual clarity. More information at http://mb4.me/VTg33h/ Experience the world of Mercedes-Benz: http://benz.me/international/ Subscribe to Mercedes-Benz on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=MercedesBenzTV C 300 BlueTEC HYBRID: Fuel consumption combined: 4.0-3.6 l/100 km; combined CO₂ emissions: 104-94 g/km.* Product may vary after press date on 17.11.2014. *The figures are provided in accordance with the German regulation “PKW-EnVKV” and apply to the German market only. Further information on official fuel consumption figures and the official specific CO₂ emissions of new passenger cars can be found in the EU guide “Information on the fuel consumption, CO₂ emissions and energy consumption of new cars”, which is available free of charge at all sales dealerships, from DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH and at www.dat.de.
Views: 177052 Mercedes-Benz
Course at a glance UCAS code H772 Typical tariff points 280 Mode of study Three years full time or four years with one year spent on industrial placement - Design-led curriculum and opportunities to exhibit at the University's annual Product Innovation Show - Teaching delivered in well-equipped laboratories with state-of-the-art software plus excellent technical support - All students receive a personal copy of SolidWorks 3D CAD software and access to all Autodesk products - Thriving student industrial design society - Option of completing a year-long industrial placement For further details on the course visit http://www.ljmu.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/2015/product-design-engineering
Views: 1093 Liverpool John Moores University
In this supersized lecture length episode, Dave foolishly attempts to explain how to design an example product (the uCurrent) from start to finish. The Full Article: http://www.alternatezone.com/electronics/ucurrent/uCurrentArticle.pdf See also: http://www.alternatezone.com/electronics/ucurrent/
Views: 138153 EEVblog
https://3dplatform.com/3d-printings-impact-product-development-cost/ Hear straight from the engineer about the real world impact of a 3D printer on product development cost. In this short video, Joe Binka, Development Engineer for 3DP Unlimited talks about the cost in time and dollars to develop brackets for the X1000 large format 3D printer. He was quickly able to print useable parts instead of waiting on traditional manufacturing methods saving days in production for a fraction of the cost.
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This series 'Students of Product Design' is aimed at anyone interested in the product design process. This first episode looks at innovation, how to innovate and how simply changing the structure of the brief can impact on how innovative you can be. This series won't just talk about stuff, the plan is to share with you as many of the things I have learnt in the last 15 years (or so..) as possible through each stage of the design process to help you become far better designers than I can ever be. I'll be looking at research, sketching, model making, portfolios and a whole load of other things. I often think of youtube as a speed learning tool. Have you ever seen the Matrix films where Neo first learns martial arts by uploading a programme to his head or Trinity learns to fly a helicopter in minutes, that's how I see Youtube, Youtube is our version of the Matrix. So this series which is primarily aimed at students studying industrial design, product design or design engineering in university is designed to do just that, give you a knowledge boost to hopefully make your projects, designs, presentations and portfolio a lot better to improve your chances of getting a position as a designer, or your projects if you want to start your own company, anything related to design. I also hope with the content, that everyone will be able to take something away from it as many of the tips I'll give over the course of this series will be applicable to lots of areas of life. There's just isn't enough out there on product design, compared to say cookery shows it's very under provisioned and so I'm trying to redress the balance. I have a lot more planned, so please be patient, stay tuned and follow me, so that you can be alerted to when the next video is launched. www.producttank.co.uk
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CMCrossroads Webcast Series - http://www.cmcrossroads.com Companies that produce software intensive products, such as those in the aerospace, automotive, medical devices, and high tech electronics industries, face overwhelming complexity in managing a proliferation of product variants, many 3rd party suppliers, decreasing cycle times, stringent regulatory compliance and a velocity of change never seen before. Can ALM manage this level of complexity? This Webcast will discuss why traditional ALM solutions fall short of meeting the challenges faced by today's software-driven engineering organizations. Learn why engineering organizations must go beyond disjointed and loosely coupled software development environments to a purpose built solution for software driven innovation that unifies the artifacts, processes, and disciplines of product engineering. By improving the way they build and manage software-intensive products, companies can reduce the barriers to innovation, deliver products to market more quickly, and drive increased market share.
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Today I'll share what I've learned over 10 years of first being a developer working directly for software companies, and then 10 years working as a software consultant. I hope this helps anyone evaluating the trade offs of a software developer vs consultant, and figuring out what's better for your career. The first consideration is influence. As an employee, your influence can sometimes be restricted by the position you hold. As a consultant, it tends to lend itself to you having whatever influence is necessary to solve the problem you were brought in for - at least at first. Another thing to consider is how the business will perceive your value. As an employee, you can be looked at as a cost center, or a profit center depending on the business model of the company. As a consultant, your value to the business is typically a solution provider - you're there to solve a problem, and ultimately to leave. How will you be perceived by peers? As an employee, you should be treated as one of the family since you share the same benefits and struggles as the rest of the company's people. As a consultant, peers will often look at you very skeptically at first - you must learn to be comfortable with this to fit into their culture. What are some of the key traits and skills needed? As an employee the focus is often on your technical skills. Though soft skills and process understanding will help, most hiring managers focus heavily on technology above all else. Additionally, you'll be considered for "culture fit" - which can be a real thing, or a wild card used to reject candidates in my experience. As a consultant, there are very different skills that will tend to help you be successful in the position. First, likeability - people must like you to enable you to get the influence necessary to become a trusted advisor. You also need to be above average at communicating clearly, and tailoring information to different audiences. Lastly, an appreciation for and desire to understand the business in which the software development is done will help tremendously. Next think about rewards. As an employee, you're usually going to make some adjusted version of the market rate for your skills, and optionally some options or equity. As a consultant, you're either billing your clients at an hourly rate, or can charge a percentage of the opportunity you're enabling. As an employee growth will happen when the company needs it. So you need to grow on the side if things aren't moving as fast as you'd like. A consultant has the potential to grow with each contract, but it can be stressful and fast paced. An employee can get recognition whenever they work on a successful product effort. A consultant gets less recognition that turns into a reward short term, since they depend on their firm rewarding them and they don't always directly see the work. Employees can change whatever work processes they want within the realm of their responsibility with reasonable ease. Consultants must prove themselves before they are allowed to change processes, but once proven it can be easier than an employee. #programming #consulting #career
Views: 8763 Healthy Software Developer
Product Analysis: What am I? This series aims to introduce young engineers to the iterative design process. This video introduces students to product analysis. It uses the Dyson Air Multiplier and asks students to guess its usual function. This resource is designed for use at KS2 but can be adapted to suit different age groups. The James Dyson Foundation aims to ignite young people's interest in engineering. Through free resources - the Engineering Box and workshops - students are encouraged to think differently, experiment and invent. Engineering will shape our future and we want to inspire the next generation of engineers. Website: http://www.jamesdysonfoundation.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/JamesDysonFoundation Twitter: @JDF
Views: 9982 JamesDysonFoundation
Presented here is an extensive product design and engineering effort, from the ground up of a Semiconductor Wet Processing System. This new system is capable of fully automated, cassette-to-cassette, true single-sided wet processing of 1-12" substrates. This is achieved without disturbing or contaminating the unprocessed side of the substrates. Vertex Product Development's role in this project was the overall design and looks of the machine as well as, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, programming & GUI design and complete system integration with a Genmark EFEM mini environment unit. In addition Vertex was in-charged of production, assembly, testing and installation of system in the fab. Learn more about Vertex at: http://www.vertexpd.com/
Views: 113526 Vertex Product Development Inc.
http://ansys.com/Industries/Aerospace+&+Defense The modern aircraft is an engineering marvel. The epitome of a smart system. An intricate balance of hardware and software technologies operating across extreme environments. Performing safely, reliably and predictably. Performing...as PROMISED. To reach this level of performance, the aerospace industry demands accurate... fast... and reliable simulation technology supported by scalable and cost effective IT solutions that leverage high performance computing... as well as cloud... and mobile technology to empower robust design methodologies offered in an integrated multiphysics environment allowing aerospace engineers to collaborate across disciplines... departments... and even continents. Aerospace has led the way with simulation-driven design processes amplified through automation... customization... and a seamless user experience empowering engineers of ALL experience levels to truly extend the boundaries of innovative design. They have trusted the most advanced simulation tools for both single physics and full mechatronic system modeling. Tools that are accurate... fast.... AND reliable The technology, vision and strategy of ANSYS stand alone as the leading provider of critical modeling and robust simulation solutions for the aerospace industry. Enabling our customers to consistently realize their product promise. (pick up) Enabling you to realize your product promise. How exactly does the aerospace industry rely on ANSYS simulations? In more ways than you would think. Today, fuel and environmental performance have become mission-critical in our industry. Starting with engine performance, ANSYS provides critical simulation best practices in the areas of flow path aerodynamics... aeromechanics... thermal design and combustion processes. Specific solutions include stress and modal analysis... heat transfer for high temperature operation... rotor dynamics... compressor aerodynamics... and turbine aerodynamics and blade row aeromechanics. In reducing the weight of the aircraft, ANSYS provides simulation capabilities for advanced composite materials that are faster than traditional methods and allow for thermal and electrical properties to address the challenge of multifunctional composites. ANSYS continues to participate in industry leading consortia to advance aerodynamic design. A portfolio of coupled physics enables multi-disciplinary optimization to deliver higher fidelity understanding of aircraft performance throughout the flight envelope. With the increase of electronic systems, ANSYS is focused on providing simulation best practices for electric machine design... antenna design... mechatronics... and thermal management. We recognize that with more electronic systems comes the dramatic rise in the number of embedded software lines of code. Through the SCADE family of products ANSYS provides software that delivers FAA certified embedded code that is automatically generated. This can reduce the overall time to deliver certified code by 50% compared with manual or non-certified code generation methods. Beyond performance, passenger safety and comfort are paramount concerns for any airline. Whether it's for icing... blade impact and damage... bird strike... lightning strike... or crashworthiness... ANSYS provides a portfolio of technology to support the development of the safest aircraft. As a member of the Cabin Air Reformative Environment or (CARE) consortium, ANSYS is using modeling and simulation to improve the in-cabin air quality and control the spread of disease in flight. ANSYS also provides a suite of aeroacoustic and vibroacoustic solvers to significantly reduce noise... comply with industry regulations... and improve the passenger experience. Highly complex. Intricately interconnected - the modern aircraft is a smart system unlike any other. Requiring the most advanced hardware and software system simulation technologies available. Simulation-driven solutions provided by ANSYS specifically for the aerospace industry enable you to realize your product promise.
Views: 18648 ANSYS, Inc.
IMET Corporation's is another preferred American supplier of contract manufacturing services you will find only at a Design-2-Part trade show at http://www.d2p.com. Getting It Right the First Time IMET Corporation's "get it right the first time" approach to product development ensures that complete solutions for your design, engineering, prototyping and manufacturing needs are delivered right the first time and on time. With extensive staff capabilities and solid strategic alliances, we can assemble the right team of specialists to fit your specific needs. Whether you're looking for full-service turnkey development or an outside resource to fill in certain gaps, IMET will provide the management and industry expertise to streamline the process for high quality results that positively impact your bottom line. Full Service Product Development IMET Corporation offers clients comprehensive product development solutions that bring concepts to full term. Their unique blend of services allows you to utilize IMET as a single point of contact for all aspects ranging from industrial design to manufacturing. They leverage the skills of our staff specialists to develop aesthetic, functional and cost-effective design solutions that are both innovative and marketable. From new concepts to redesign, IMET is committed to providing turnkey services through a proven process tailored to the requirements of your business goals.
Views: 619 Design2PartTradeShow
Biomimicry design, explained with 99% Invisible. Check them out here: https://99percentinvisible.org/ Subscribe to our channel here: http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Japan’s Shinkansen doesn’t look like your typical train. With its long and pointed nose, it can reach top speeds up to 150–200 miles per hour. It didn’t always look like this. Earlier models were rounder and louder, often suffering from the phenomenon of "tunnel boom," where deafening compressed air would rush out of a tunnel after a train rushed in. But a moment of inspiration from engineer and birdwatcher Eiji Nakatsu led the system to be redesigned based on the aerodynamics of three species of birds. Nakatsu’s case is a fascinating example of biomimicry, the design movement pioneered by biologist and writer Janine Benyus. She's a co-founder of the Biomimicry Institute, a non-profit encouraging creators to discover how big challenges in design, engineering, and sustainability have often already been solved through 3.8 billion years of evolution on earth. We just have to go out and find them. This is one of a series of videos we're launching in partnership with 99% Invisible, an awesome podcast about design. 99% Invisible is a member of http://Radiotopia.fm Additional imagery from the Biodiversity Heritage Library: https://www.flickr.com/photos/biodivlibrary/ Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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Hear from students and staff on our Design Engineering and Product Design undergraduate degrees at Middlesex University in London. Find out more about our courses www.mdx.ac.uk/ug-engineering
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Read more at http://www.simplexitypd.com/blog/five-tips-for-mechatronic-system-integration/. A tightly integrated mechatronics system is extremely important. Doug Harriman, CTO at Simplexity, stresses the importance of having an experienced mechatronics system engineer on your development team from the very start. Visit us at http://www.simplexitypd.com/next-steps Visit us online: Website: http://www.simplexitypd.com/ LinkedIn: "https://www.linkedin.com/company/simplexity-product-development-inc-?trk=top_nav_home Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SimplexityPD Twitter: https://twitter.com/SimplexityPD" Tightly integrating your mechatronics system is key to achieving the optimal cost performance ratio for your product. Here are 5 tips for a highly integrated mechatronics system. First, understand your system requirements. You need to know exactly what it is your system needs to do and what the motion requirements really are. Two, understand your key constraints. You need to know what limitations are applied to the current and voltage, speeds and torques in the system. Things like external vibration can be very important. Also you want to understand if you’re free to allocate cost within your mechatronic system between the electronics and mechanics, that can really open up some design options. You need to have well-matched interfaces. Everything in the power flow from the power supply clear to the load need to be integrated and designed to work with each other to avoid any excess margin. The fourth thing to think about is proper sensor selection and placement. Make sure you have enough resolution in your encoder and put it in the system to measure what you care about. Remember, your control system controls the encoder it doesn’t really control anything else. The fifth thing to think about is proper integration from the start. If you want to have a well-integrated system you need to think about that from the very beginning. I recommend having an experienced mechatronics systems engineer in from day one of the architecture phase. To find out more about mechatronics system integration visit us at www.simplexitypd.com Simplexity provides engineering design services across a range of industries. Our "simpler is better" engineering approach reduces costs while improving the lifecycle of your product, saving you money in development, manufacturing and product sustainability. We understand the most important challenges which is why we have mastered cost reduction while maintaining the most innovative industrial, consumer, and biotech engineering solutions.
Views: 802 Simplexity Product Development
The Institute of Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering offers a blend of innovative activity-led teaching, product development and research to create a unique learning environment for up to 30 students every year. All of this is delivered on ‘live’ manufacturing projects by world class industry professionals and the brightest academic minds and professors. Students can work towards either BEng, MEng (Hons) or MSc in Manufacturing Engineering on the UK’s first ‘Faculty on the Floor’. For more information please visit www.ame.co.uk
Views: 942 Coventry University
Thinking about hiring your first developer? Don’t rush into it. First, make sure you’re not building a product nobody wants. In this video, I teach how to test your software idea without writing any code whatsoever. Are you an entrepreneur? Get free weekly video training here: http://www.danmartell.com/newsletter + Join me on FB: http://FB.com/DanMartell + Connect w/ me live: http://periscope.tv/danmartell + Tweet me: http://twitter.com/danmartell + Instagram awesomeness: http://instagram.com/danmartell - Technology adoption lifecycle: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technology_adoption_life_cycle - Tools for prototyping your software: balsamiq.com, uxpin.com, invisionapp.com Can you build a thriving software business without writing code? Can you generate real revenues without having anything built? The answer is yes, and I personally believe that it’s the only way to do it. A couple weeks ago I was in San Francisco hosting my Sales Pipeline Intensive event for my SaaS Academy clients, and one of the speakers John (founder of five9.com, $1.2B saas company) echoed a similar sentiment... It was funny because we hadn’t connected prior to his talk. So I did some research on his latest company JetBridge.com, and it mentioned all the different areas they were innovating sales using AI/Machine Learning, and when he comes up, he just smiled and said “oh, all that’s bullshit” ???? It was all made up. :) Well, in his defense, at this point they did have a product in the outbound calling space that did have revenues and customers, but the rest was just positioning... .. to allow them to get customers and learn fast. And that’s what I want to teach you today as you continue on your journey building a software company (or any business for that matter). You don’t need to have it built before you sell it. And even better, if you don’t, I’ll show you a way you can get your future customers to finance its development... Watch this week’s video to learn the exact same structure that one of my coaching clients Ryan used to generate $200K for his first prototype that he pre-sold. When you build innovation there’s a few things you need to understand... one of the first is you can’t sell it to big, old, slow moving companies. You need to find innovative and early adopting companies... ... so I share a framework to make this easy called the Technology Adoption Curve. Also, once you have the idea, most founders will build it first then show it to customers. But what I recommend instead is to build a Clickable Prototype, design a Customer Advisory Board and then co-create it with them. Finally, if you want to ensure you get real commitment from your customers, then you’ll need to get them to throw down with some money. True “Customer Validation” doesn’t occur until there’s some kind of financial commitment made... ... without it, it’s just a bunch of nice people grin [email protected]*ng you. It’s the kiss of death for a startup founder. Have you ever tested an idea for your startup? What creative ways - like my buddy John - did you use to test your idea? Leave a comment below and let me know. I share a few others in my video from my previous startups Flowtown & Clarity as well. Can’t wait to read yours. Till next week. Dan “sell before you build” Martell Don't forget to share this entrepreneurial advice with your friends, so they can learn too: https://youtu.be/wlouEWnEFVQ ===================== ABOUT DAN MARTELL ===================== “You can only keep what you give away.” That’s the mantra that’s shaped Dan Martell from a struggling 20-something business owner in the Canadian Maritimes (which is waaay out east) to a successful startup founder who’s raised more than $3 million in venture funding and exited not one... not two... but three tech businesses: Clarity.fm, Spheric and Flowtown. You can only keep what you give away. That philosophy has led Dan to invest in 33+ early stage startups such as Udemy, Intercom, Unbounce and Foodspotting. It’s also helped him shape the future of Hootsuite as an advisor to the social media tour de force. An activator, a tech geek, an adrenaline junkie and, yes, a romantic (ask his wife Renee), Dan has recently turned his attention to teaching startups a fundamental, little-discussed lesson that directly impacts their growth: how to scale. You’ll find not only incredible insights in every moment of every talk Dan gives - but also highly actionable takeaways that will propel your business forward. Because Dan gives freely of all that he knows. After all, you can only keep what you give away. Get free training videos, invites to private events, and cutting edge business strategies: http://www.danmartell.com/newsletter
Views: 46743 Dan Martell
Cambridge University has produced a series of films about five of this year’s Pilkington Prize winners. These films go behind the scenes to show Cambridge teaching in action as well as inviting winners to explain their passion for teaching and reveal some of their trade secrets. The films feature Lecturer in German Thought, Martin Ruehl; Physics Lecturer Lisa Jardine-Wright; Sociologist Mónica Moreno Figueroa; Zoologist Andrew Balmford; and Design Engineer James Moultrie. Dr James Moultrie - Department of Engineering Dr James Moultrie is a superb teacher whose vision, drive and dedication has led to one of the UK’s most successful team-based projects for manufacturing students. The ‘Major Project’ for students on the Manufacturing Engineering Tripos has become an exemplar for how skills learned through lectures can be applied to solving real world problems and addressing new opportunities. Students work in teams to design and build a functioning prototype for a new product in parallel with the development of a full business case for its commercialisation, before presenting them at the annual public IfM Design Show. As a result of this experience, students from the Tripos are highly sought after by employers, and many have also gone on to set up successful businesses. The focus on a design project is unusual in a Manufacturing Engineering course, and James has worked relentlessly to ensure that it delivers a professionally managed learning experience for students that is challenging and valuable, as well as fun. James has also taken on numerous administrative duties, while maintaining his heavy teaching load. He has recently taken on the role as Director of the MPhil in Industrial Systems, Manufacture and Management where he is developing this long standing course in response to the changing context of the manufacturing industry.
Views: 4625 Cambridge University
"Meet the designers of Prime Studio, a product and brand consultancy business, and learn about the process behind their new line of collapsible home products, Squish. https://www.linkedin.com/learning/paths/become-a-design-business-owner?utm_campaign=nkq2Q4rlQQ0&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube-earned Additional Learning Paths: https://www.linkedin.com/learning/paths/become-an-industrial-design-cad-technician?utm_campaign=nkq2Q4rlQQ0&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube-earned https://www.linkedin.com/learning/paths/become-a-design-business-owner?utm_campaign=nkq2Q4rlQQ0&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube-earned"
Views: 90421 LinkedIn Learning
Pat Hale joined MIT in 2003, following a 22-year career in the US Navy. Since that time, he has led the MIT Graduate Certificate Program in Systems and Product Development, a one-year graduate certificate program that is part of the MIT System Design & Management (SDM) program, and he is currently SDM’s executive director. His professional interests include the application of systems engineering to commercial product development, complex naval system design, and engineering process frameworks and methods. While in the Navy, Hale qualified in both the Surface Warfare and Submarine Warfare (Engineering Duty) communities, and he managed the design and construction of submarines in Groton, CT. Hale later held executive-level systems engineering positions in defense and commercial system and product development organizations, including as director of systems engineering at both Draper Laboratory and Otis Elevator Co., where he developed and implemented Otis’ first systems engineering process and organization. Hale is a past president of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE); he has been an INCOSE member since 1994 and has served on its board of directors for 11 years. He has published papers in the area of commercial systems engineering in the conference proceedings of both INCOSE and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Hale holds a B.S. in geophysical oceanography from the University of Washington, as well as the degrees of Ocean Engineer and S.M. in naval architecture and marine engineering from MIT.
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Seth McBee is lighting up the streets with inspiration and LED’s. He is the co-founder of You Saw Me, a start-up concentrating on the design, manufacturing, and marketing of their first patented product: a reflective vest (The Verve) with custom-color LED lights embedded inside for athletes, police, military, and various other consumers. Its 60 custom color, waterproof LEDs can be seen from over a mile away in any direction. With engineering backgrounds and entrepreneurial bugs, Seth and his partner Kevin are putting everything they have into a strategic process wrapped with product development, market research, and future scalability. These vests are so….f*****g... awesome. Here are the highlights of my funky conversation with Seth: 06:06 – Being a young entrepreneur, filing patents back in 2009, studying Engineering at the University of Maryland, bringing his talents to Virginia as a nuclear engineer, and finally landing in Lexington in 2013 to pursue his passion, 10:07 – Where their idea originated and how customer feedback influenced the development of their product, 14:21 – About their first prototype, the processes and halts it went through and the next versions which came out after their tinkering, 17:29 – The challenges he faced including the rejections, discouragements, critics and all the ups and downs, and the things he learned and what he considers his successes so far, 22:54 – Networking, partnering with startup incubators such as Awesome, Inc., and the support he got from the community, 28:48 – Lessons learned from his unsuccessful Kickstarter campaign and how it led them to be featured in the Fast Company website,
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http://www.ischool.berkeley.edu/newsandevents/events/20140917facebookdatascience Speaker: Jake Peterson Wednesday, September 17, South Hall, UC Berkeley Jake Peterson will talk about the Facebook analytics team and how they perform large scale data analysis, identify actionable insights, suggest recommendations, and influence the direction of the business. The Facebook analytics team serves as the voice of data that drives success throughout the company, including product development, user engagement, growth, revenue, and operations. Learn about their typical day-to-day responsibilities, challenges, and how best to succeed as a data scientist in analytics. MIMS students Jason Ost and Timothy Meyers will also be on hand to discuss their experiences as Facebook Analytics interns. Bio: Jake Peterson is a data scientist and analytics engineering manager at Facebook and has been working in data science for more than ten years — longer than “data science” has been a term. At Facebook, Jake has led data science for four different Facebook product teams, most recently for the Graph Search product. Prior to Facebook, Jake led analytics functions at several tech startups and spent six years in the direct marketing industry as an analytics consultant at Acxiom. He holds a B.S. in computer science and a B.A. in philosophy from Santa Clara University.
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Murray has enjoyed a vastly varied few years in the professional arena after qualifying as an Mechanical Engineer. Biomedical engineering captured his attention led to three years of biomedical product design. His interests include fly fishing, mountain biking and travel. Title and Abstract: The development of a polymer heart valve for emerging markets. Patients suffering from heart valve disease in emerging third world countries face a sad reality. Replacements in the form of mechanical or tissue valves address the medical landscapes of the developed world, and offer little assistance to the sufferers who cannot afford ongoing medical treatment and medication, or have the skills of a competent and experienced cardiothoracic surgeon to perform the procedure. Studies and collaboration with surgeons from across the world have facilitated the development and design of a heart valve replacement made of a polymer and metal combination, offering extended life and the ability to address sufferers in all nations. Manufacturing technology never used in this space before, together with innovative approaches to the surgical methods have allowed for an exciting design with a South African flair. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self- organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self- organized events are branded TEDx, where x=independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Interview Questions for Process Development Engineer.What strategic plan did you have as an Process Development Engineer?What would be your leading endowment as an Process Development Engineer job?What are the potentials of an elegant Process Development Engineer?What was the critical condition you have experience as an Process Development Engineer?In your Process Development Engineer Chef job did you feel you improved agreeably?What achievements have you gained working as an expertise Process Development Engineer?Why do you think you are eligible for the position of Process Development Engineer?Do you believe you are over certified for the position this Process Development Engineer?10 popular interview questions, commonly asked interview questions, first job interview questions, most asked interview questions, top 10 interview questions, top interview questions, job interview questions, typical interview questions.
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Vish (Vishwesh) Pai leads Samsung's ARTIK end-to-end IoT Cloud Platform, managing IoT product portfolios across complete software lifecycle including embedded software, cloud platform, and user applications. Vish has 10+ years of diverse experience working at Fortune 500 companies and growth-stage start-ups, as well as B2C and B2B product companies. Before Samsung, he managed Ayla's end-to-end IoT platform. Vish has six patents filed and one issued in the Internet of things device and cloud management areas. Before transitioning to product management, he worked as a Senior Development Engineer at Amazon Lab126, where he led wireless software stack for Kindle e-ink and Kindle Fire tablets. Vish started his career at Infosys Technologies Limited as a Software Engineer. Vish holds an MBA degree in Strategy and Management from the University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business. Vish holds a bachelor's degree in engineering from VTU, India and an M.S. degree in computer engineering from North Carolina State University, USA.
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ABSTRACT Performance and reliability of today's high-speed electronic systems depends critically upon good thermal design. Majority of field failures in electronics equipment are due to high temperature effects. Inadequate cooling always results in higher component temperature leading to failures. Increases in speed of Very Large Scale Integrated circuits ( VLSI ) have led to extremely high heat dissipation, making thermal considerations the limiting factor for performance. With miniaturization of micro-electronics and demand for small product form, heat fluxes on devices are constantly increasing and thermal design has become a critical factor in electronics equipment design. Thermal design aspects, if considered well in advance, can help in avoiding time and cost over-runs in critical product development and ensure better reliability. Thermal design of electronic equipment is a multifaceted subject invoking all areas of classical heat transfer. Actual electronic systems differ considerably from classical studies. Based on vast industrial experience, this seminar will give a broad overview of the practical and systematic thermal design process in a building block manner from whole systems to circuit boards, and packages that are practiced in industry today It also bridges the gap between academic studies and actual equipment design, to enable the engineer to design electronic systems for maximum reliability. Due to increasingly severe thermal constraints, such a systematic procedure is necessary at the earliest stage in design. The emphasis will be on practical applications, and actual equipment problems. Dr. S. Rajaram is a Senior Manager at Alcatel-Lucent, New Jersey, USA. He joined Bell Labs in 1981, and has worked extensively on thermal design, reliability engineering and testing of a wide range of electronics products in the data and telecom industry. He is one of the primary architects of the Environmental Stress testing (EST) at Lucent Technologies. He has trained engineers at Bell Labs and given short courses in the U.S, Europe, Taiwan, Singapore, India and China. He spent one year as a United Nations Expert to train electronics engineers in India. He received his Ph.D. in Engineering Science from the State University of New York at Buffalo. With a major in Mechanical Engineering, and a minor in Electromagnetics, he is knowledgeable in mechanical, thermal design, manufacturing, reliability/quality engineering and electrical aspects of electronics packaging and network engineering. He is currently a Product Manager in the Applications Software Group.
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Google Tech Talks May 6, 2008 ABSTRACT When you look around, there are a lot of leaders recommended for software development. We have the functional manager and the project manager, the scrum master and the black belt, the product owner and the customer-on-site, the technical leader and the architect, the product manager and the chief engineer. Clearly that's too many leaders. So how many leaders should there be, what should they do, what shouldn't they do, and what skills do they need? This will be a presentation and discussion of leadership roles in software development -- what works, what doesn't and why. Speaker: Mary Poppendieck Mary Poppendieck started her career as a process control programmer, moved on to manage the IT department of a manufacturing plant, and then ended up in product development, where she was both a product champion and department manager. Mary considered retirement 1998, but instead found herself managing a government software project where she first encountered the word "waterfall." When Mary compared her experience in successful software and product development to the prevailing opinions about how to manage software projects, she decided the time had come for a new paradigm. She wrote the award-winning book Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit in 2003 to explain how the lean principles from manufacturing offer a better approach to software development. Over the past six years, Mary has found retirement elusive as she lectures and teaches classes with her husband Tom. Based on their on-going learning, they wrote a second book, Implementing Lean Software Development: From Concept to Cash in 2006. A popular writer and speaker, Mary continues to bring fresh perspectives to the world of software development. Speaker: Tom Poppendieck Tom Poppendieck has 25 years of experience in computing including eight years of work with object technology. His modeling and mentoring skills are rooted in his experience as a physics professor. His early work was in IT infrastructure, product development, and manufacturing support, and evolved to consulting project assignments in healthcare, logistics, mortgage banking, and travel services. Tom led the development of a world-class product data management practice for a major commercial avionics manufacturer that reduced design to production transition efforts from 6 months to 6 weeks. He also led the technical architecture team for very large national and international Baan and SAP implementations. Tom Poppendieck is an enterprise analyst and architect, and an agile process mentor. He focuses on identifying real business value and enabling product teams to realize that value. Tom specializes in understanding customer processes and in effective collaboration of customer, development and support specialists to maximize development efficiency, system flexibility, and business value. Tom is co-author of the book Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit, published in 2003, and its sequel, Implementing Lean Software Development: From Concept to Cash, published in 2006.
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Keynote: Open Networking 2.0 – Raising the Game for the Networking Industry - Gavin Cato, Senior Vice President, Network Development Engineering, Dell EMC If you haven’t heard Networking is back in the game and cool again invigorated by open standards, open source and open communities of innovation. It started by disaggregating networking hardware and software. We call that Open Networking 1.0. But the Networking industry is not standing still and neither is Dell EMC. Come hear Gavin Cato, Sr. Vice President Engineering Dell EMC Networking, share Dell EMC’s plans to raise the Open Networking bar once again for the industry with Open Networking 2.0. Come listen and get in the game with us. About Gavin Cato Gavin Cato serves as the Senior Vice President of Development Engineering for Networking at Dell EMC. In this role, he is responsible for the worldwide hardware and software engineering teams that research, design, and develop networking solutions for data center, campus, and service provider customers. He has been instrumental in establishing Dell EMC’s Open Networking and OpenSwitch approach in the transformation to disaggregated networking solutions. Gavin came to Dell in 2013 from Extreme Networks where he was responsible for global Engineering. During his tenure, Gavin led initiatives to improve the velocity of development, solution quality, and engineering process efficiency. Earlier in his career, Gavin has served in a number of key executive positions, including Vice President of Market Development and Corporate Strategy, Vice President of Strategic Solutions, and Vice President of Product Management and Product Marketing at Tekelec and Vice President of Product Management at Arsenal Digital Solutions. Prior to joining Arsenal Digital Solutions, Gavin worked with Nortel Networks, IBM, Duke University Medical Center, and military contracting companies. Gavin received his BS and MS in electrical engineering and his MBA from Duke University where he later served on the Industrial Board of Advisors for the Fitzpatrick Photonics Center. He also received his Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from North Carolina State University where he developed algorithm scheduling techniques for digital signal processing algorithms on VLSI architectures.
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How can design can help us create a life that is both meaningful and fulfilling, regardless of who or where we are, what we do or have done for a living, or how young or old we are. DAVE is adjunct Lecturer, product design program director at Stanford and co-founder of Electronic Arts. From saving the seals to solving the energy crisis, from imagining the first computer mice to redefining software — Dave’s been on a mission, including helping others to find theirs. Starting at Stanford with dreams of following Jacques Cousteau as a marine biologist, Dave shifted to mechanical engineering with an eye on the energy problem. So while en route to biomedical engineering, Dave accepted an invitation to work for Apple, where he led product marketing for the mouse team and introduced laser printing to the masses. When Dave’s boss at Apple left to start Electronic Arts, Dave joined as the company’s first VP of Talent, dedicated to making “software worthy of the minds that use it.” Dave holds a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford and a graduate diploma in Contemplative Spirituality from San Francisco Theological Seminary. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Products Links：https://pixel.en.alibaba.com/?spm=a2700.7756200.1998619056.7.79b371d2rd9ZHr SH LED Lighting is located in the state-level economic development zone - Shenzhen Economic Development Zone, Is a collection of research and development, production and sales in one of the service-oriented production enterprises, The company has 'SH LED' brand series of indoor&outdoor LED products. More than 8 years led factory experience; Passed the ISO9001: 2008 quality management system certification,UL, CE, FCC and other international certification. High-tech equipment application:Waterproof test;Temperature test;Anti-UV test;Aging test. Professinal engineer: structure engineers; program design engineers; product development engineers; product inspection engineers; installation guide engineers. Strong sales team: Domestic and foreign sales team, 28 members. Tansforming rapidly to become a world well known and unique indoor&outdoor LED lighting brand. led pixel led pixel light pixel led led pixel module led pixel ws2811 12mm 12mm pixel led led pixel tube pixel led light rgb pixel led led pixel strip
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Today we're visiting JLCPCB (https://jlcpcb.com/e), one of the largest prototype PCB manufacturers in China. We're getting an exclusive factory tour of one of their newest printed circuit board factories in Huizhou, just outside of Shenzhen, to see the PCB manufacturing process step-by-step. Are you an electronics geek or a DIY enthusiast that loves soldering projects that's always wondered how to make that PCB? Today we're going to see how it's made! Thanks to JLCPCB for sponsoring this video! Share this video: https://youtu.be/ljOoGyCso8s Subscribe to the channel here: https://goo.gl/qeurxc Edited by auram - https://www.instagram.com/aurxm/ Gear for this video: Main camera: http://amzn.to/2BfHqiW Main lens: http://amzn.to/2BAysJQ Other camera: https://amzn.to/2t1yKWi Microphone: http://amzn.to/2kNCqHg Wireless microphones: https://amzn.to/2t12jHJ Audio Recorder: https://amzn.to/2sXTEWt Facebook: http://facebook.com/strangepartscom Twitter: http://twitter.com/strangepartscom Instagram: http://instagram.com/strangeparts_com Music: Shlow Motion Pt. 2 - oomiee (Licensed through Epidemic Sound) Young Bones by Jake Maynard - Calaveras (Licensed through Art List) Water - Seamus Mcnamara (Licensed through Epidemic Sound)
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Northwestern’s Segal Design Institute teaches students to use design innovation skills to uncover richer insights that lead to more meaningful products, services, and systems. Design innovation creates value using tools and such as empathy, visualization, prototyping, and iteration. Using this framework, students are prepared to find and frame problems, identify opportunities, and innovate across a variety of spaces.
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Episode 1 of 3 Steve Miller is the Vice President of Product Realization at FUJIFILM SonoSite, Inc. Steve Miller joined SonoSite in July 2011. His career in ultrasound began in 1987 with Philips Ultrasound where he led advanced development projects in B-mode and Color Doppler. In 1992, he joined GE Healthcare to work on their first high-end digital ultrasound system as a senior systems engineer. While there, he held various positions including Lead Systems Designer, Advanced Development and Systems Engineering Manager, and Principal Engineer, and he led major redesigns of their beamformer and signal path. As GE’s ultrasound business expanded, he was promoted into global principal engineering roles leading new global platform design programs involving engineering teams in several countries. Mr. Miller has over 25 U.S. patents to his name and is a senior member of IEEE. He graduated with a MSEE from Stanford University and alternated his studies at Cal-Poly (Pomona) and Stanford with work in the defense industry, including Rockwell’s SONAR Artificial Intelligence Lab (SAIL). In this interview, Steve Miller discusses his experience working at SonoSite. We ask what he does at the company, what challenges he faces, what motivates him and his team in their work. _____ We recognize the value of point-of-care ultrasound better than anyone else, because it's all we do. FUJIFILM SonoSite is an innovator and leader in point-of-care ultrasound and our portable, compact systems expand the use of ultrasound across the clinical spectrum by bringing high-performance ultrasound to the point of patient care. https://www.sonosite.com/
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Growing up, Erin Stradley wasn’t interested in math and science. But after the birth of her first son, she went back to school and fell in love with math, physics and chemistry. Now, she’s a product engineering manager at Cree and says “the days and nights I’ve spent at Cree have developed me into the engineer I am today."
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Vijay Ravindran joined The Washington Post Company as senior vice president and chief digital officer in February 2009. In his role, Ravindran focuses on digital news product development. Ravindran founded and leads WaPo Labs, which develops experimental news products, including the personalized news aggregation site Trove. Ravindran also serves in various leadership roles at SocialCode (the leading Facebook-dedicated advertising agency), The Washington Post's online initiatives, Slate, Avenue100 Solutions (a leading analytics-based performance marketing company), and Ongo (a Company investment). Previously, as chief technology officer of Catalist LLC, a start-up political technology company that built a national voter database and data mining tools for political campaigns, Ravindran led all the technology aspects of developing the company's software products. He joined Catalist at its inception in late 2005. During the 2008 election cycle, Catalist clients included the Obama for America and Hillary Clinton presidential campaigns. Prior to Catalist, Ravindran was a technology director at Amazon.com. From 2003 to 2005, he led the ordering services group; the department was responsible for consumer purchasing on all Amazon properties. This included the product development and operations for "Shopping Cart," "Checkout," "1-Click" and "Your Account," as well as the initial creation and management of "Amazon Prime." From 2001 to 2003, he built and led the teams that owned the core order-processing and identity services for Amazon and its partners. Ravindran joined Amazon in 1998 as a software engineer. Prior to Amazon, Ravindran was a software developer at American Management Systems in Fairfax, VA, and Dusseldorf, Germany. Ravindran graduated from the University of Virginia with a BS in systems engineering. He is a member of the board of directors of the Alliance for Excellent Education. About TEDx: In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Do you like my works? Do you think I can be a part of your organization in someway? Does your organization require training or project delivery? Feel free to contact me at [email protected] Hello friends, I am Mohammed Shakeel and welcome to howENGINEERSdoit! YouTube channel, Here you can find technical videos related to CAD, especially CATIA, 3ds Max, AutoCAD, Marvelous Designer and also other cool technology videos like Android phone, laptop, desktop tips and tricks, troubleshoot videos, Google product tips and tricks etc Catia V5 is a Mechanical/Aerospace/Architectural/MEP/Electrical Design/Analysis software. There is a lot that you can do with this software. In this tutorial series, I will explain well in detail the important commands used to model different Mechanical/Aerospace/Product/Ship/Building Elements/Parts. It is used in major industries like Boeing,Airbus,Dassault Aviation, Eurofighter,BMW, Porsche, McLaren Automotive,Chrysler, Honda,United States Navy,Alstom Power,ABB Group,Michelin,Nikon,Nokia,Suzlon,Procter & Gamble. CATIA (an acronym of computer aided three-dimensional interactive application) (in English, usually pronounced multi-platform computer-aided design (CAD)/computer-aided manufacturing (CAM)/computer-aided engineering (CAE) software suite developed by the French company Dassault Systèmes. written C++ programming language. 3D Product Lifecycle Management software suite, CATIA supports multiple stages of product development (CAx),including conceptualization,design (CAD),engineering(CAE) manufacturing (CAM).CATIA facilitates collaborative engineering across disciplines around its 3DEXPERIENCE platform, including surfacing & shape design,electrical fluid & electronics systems design, mechanical engineering and systems engineering CATIA facilitates the design electronic,electrical,fluid HVAC systems,production of documentation manufacturing CATIA enables creation of 3D parts,from 3D sketches, sheetmetal,composites,molded,forged or tooling parts up to the definition of mechanical assemblies. The software provides advanced technologies mechanical surfacing & BIW It provides tools complete product definition, including functional tolerances as well as kinematics definition. CATIA provides wide range applications tooling design,for both generic tooling and mold & die CATIA offers a solution to shape design,styling surfacing workflow and visualization to create, modify, and validate complex innovative shapes from industrial design Class-A surfacing with the ICEM surfacing technologies.CATIA supports multiple stages of product design whether started from scratch or 2D sketches.CATIA v5 able read produce STEP format files for reverse engineering surface reuse. CATIA Systems Engineering solution delivers unique extensible systems engineering development platform that fully integrates the cross-discipline modeling, simulation, verification and business process support developing complex ‘cyber-physical’ products. enables organizations evaluate requests for changes or develop products system variants utilizing unified performance based systems engineering approach solution addresses the Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) users developing today’s smart products systems comprises the following elements: Requirements Engineering, Systems Architecture Modeling, Systems Behavior Modeling & Simulation, Configuration Management & Lifecycle Traceability Automotive Embedded Systems Development (AUTOSAR Builder) Industrial Automation Systems Development (ControlBuild) CATIA uses the open Modelica language both CATIA Dynamic Behavior Modeling Dymola engineering disciplines. CATIA & Dymola extended through domain specific Modelica libraries simulate wide range of complex systems automotive vehicle dynamics through to aircraft flight dynamics CATIA offers solution facilitate design manufacturing routed tubing,piping,Heating,Ventilating & Air Conditioning(HVAC).Capabilities 2D diagrams for defining hydraulic,pneumatic and HVAC systems used for the 787 series aircraft.Dassault Systèmes 3D PLM FNSS Vought Aircraft Industries Anglo/Italian Helicopter company AgustaWestland CATIA V4 V5 Safran use CATIA,Eurofighter Typhoon,main helicopters U.S Military forces,Sikorsky Aircraft Corp,P3 Voith,Bell Helicopter,Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey, has used CATIA V4,V5 V6,Dassault Aviation using CATIA currently working CATIA V6,BMW,Porsche, McLaren Automotive,Chrysler,Honda,Audi,Jaguar Land Rover,Volkswagen,SEAT,Škoda,Bentley Motors Limited,Volvo,Fiat,Benteler International,PSA Peugeot Citroën,Renault,Toyota, Ford,Scania, Hyundai,Tesla Motors,Rolls Royce Motors,Valmet Automotive,Proton,Elba,Tata motors Mahindra & Mahindra Limited
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I’ve been writing code since the age of 7 and worked commercially for twenty years before packing it in as a job. It can be an amazing opportunity but in many ways working as a software developer does suck. Here’s why… If you fancy more of my diatribe check my giant blog post on the subject out at https://guyrobottv.wordpress.com/2017/03/14/being-a-software-developer-sucks/ ★★★ Follow Me on Social Media for More ★★★ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/GuyRobotSubscribeYouTube WordPress: http://bit.ly/GuyRobotWordPress (more details for each video) Twitter: http://bit.ly/GuyRobotTwitter (keep up to date with me daily) Facebook: http://bit.ly/GuyRobotFacebook ★★★ Equipment ★★★ Huawei P9 Plus: http://amzn.to/2ePvbgq Neewer NW-700 Microphone: http://amzn.to/2bG3mUS Neewer W160 LED Barndoor Light x2: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B010P8VJTM Behringer PS400 Phantom Power: http://amzn.to/2f9XJT8 Creative Labs Sound Blaster Z PCIe: http://amzn.to/2cbFOtL Dell U2515H Monitor: http://amzn.to/2cbGzTk 3m XLR to XLR Cable: http://amzn.to/2bG4tnt Proel Black Tripod Base Boom Mic Stand: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002AI880O iPhone TriPod: http://amzn.to/2bT1HvZ Adobe Premiere Pro: http://amzn.to/2bT3t09 ★★★ Credits ★★★ Music by Ozzed – http://ozzed.net Design by Eighty3 – http://www.eighty3.co.uk ★★★ Some More Information ★★★ My Background From a very young age I discovered my love of tinkering with electronics and a fascination with computers grew. By the time I was seven I had my first computer, a Commodore 64, and started to code. The first programme I ever wrote simply asked for my name and then responded, "Hi Guy, how are you today?". Despite the simplistic three lines of code this blew my mind – I could see a potential for what I could achieve with this tiny beige box sat on my desk. From that day on I coded. Growing up there were very few things that I was sure of. The one thing I knew for certain was that computers would be my life and that of all the areas I loved, software development was at my core and would be my career. Before my teenage years, I'd written code on half a dozen platforms in different languages and once I had the internet my interest grew exponentially. For years, I had tinkered at home and school with networking and distributed software development on just a handful of machines. Once the internet had arrived in my life the scale was unprecedented. By the age of 15 I started as a freelance developer. It was the height of the late 90s internet boom and money grew on trees. I could earn £50 per hour for the work and an additional 50% of royalties for products resold. When it all burst one client I worked for vanished owing me £60,000 but I didn't really mind as I still wasn't even 18. Over the following years, I remained working as a freelance developer along with undertaking a computer science degree and then running my own software company for a few years. Carry on reading over at https://guyrobottv.wordpress.com/2017/03/14/being-a-software-developer-sucks/
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One of the most powerful and proven methods of lean product development is the use of visual communication to save time, reduce ambiguity, and focus attention on the critical issues that determine product development success. Join Ron Mascitelli one of the industry leaders in applying lean concepts to product development as he presents "Visual Tools for Lean Product Development"
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Jonathan Cedar is CEO and co-founder of BioLite, a social enterprise that develops and manufactures clean, affordable energy systems for off-grid communities around the world. The company’s first products are wood-burning stoves which reduce toxic smoke emissions by 90% while generating electricity to charge cell phones and LED lights. BioLite follows a model of “parallel innovation” in which it funds the one-time market establishment costs for it’s emerging markets by reinvesting revenue from product sales in US and European recreation markets. In 2011, Business Week named Jonathan one America’s Top Social Entrepreneurs, and together with BioLite has won the 2012 Tech Awards, 2014 and 2012 Fast Company Innovation By Design Awards, and 2011 St. Andrews Prize for the Environment. Before starting BioLite, Jonathan was a Senior Design Engineer at Smart Design, a New York based product development consultancy, where he led teams that created consumer durable products ranging from housewares to biomedical devices. Jonathan holds a BA in engineering and environmental science from Dartmouth College. http://www.biolitestove.com/ Pace University's Entrepreneurship Lab http://www.pace.edu/elab
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[email protected] for Spring 2017 Quarter CSE 1202 Wednesdays 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM ABSTRACT Free innovation is a grassroots innovation process in which self-rewarded household sector innovators develop and give away valuable product innovations "for free." As an example, consider the father of a child with Type 1 diabetes who worried that he couldn't check his son's blood sugar levels when they were apart. A software engineer by profession, in his off-hours he "hacked" his son's continuous glucose monitor so its data uploaded onto the Internet. Another engineer with a diabetic child used his spare time to create a home-display system for glucose monitor data. The two fathers combined their systems and made the design information freely available to others. In this lecture, Eric von Hippel starts by presenting survey findings showing that tens of millions of people spend tens of billions of dollars on product development for their personal purposes each year. The investment level is similar in scale to spending by companies to develop new products for consumers - but is entirely invisible to economics because the developments are given away for free. He then offers a way to understand this growing phenomenon in terms of a new "Free Innovation Paradigm." Free innovators are self-rewarded-by the benefits of their innovations, the intellectual stimulation involved in development, and the gratifications of altruism. Because they are self-rewarded, they can give away their innovations for free. Unlike producer innovators, free innovators can disregard the extent of the market, and so are often innovation pioneers. Free innovation poses a steadily stronger rival and complement to traditional producer innovation. He will conclude by discussing the very positive implications of Free Innovation for producers and for society at large. SUPPLEMENTAL INFO If you are interested, please read chapter one from Free Innovation prior to the talk. A free download of the paper is available at https://goo.gl/Mo5Fkr. BIO Eric von Hippel is the T. Wilson (1953) Professor in Management and a Professor of Management of Innovation and Engineering Systems at the MIT Sloan School of Management. His research discovers and explores patterns in the sources of innovation and develops new processes to improve the "fuzzy front end" of the innovation process-the end where ideas for breakthrough new products and services are developed. In his most recent book, Democratizing Innovation (MIT Press, April 2005), von Hippel shows how communities of users are actually becoming such powerful innovation engines that they are increasingly driving manufacturers out of product development altogether-a pattern he documents in fields ranging from open source software to sporting equipment. This discovery has been used for a better understanding of the innovation process and for the development of new innovation processes for industry. He is currently leading a major research project to discover how these user innovation communities work, and how and whether the same principles might extend to many areas of product and service development. In addition, von Hippel is working with governmental and academic colleagues in the Netherlands, Denmark, and the United Kingdom to develop new and modified governmental policies appropriate to the newly emerging innovation paradigm of user-centered innovation.
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Chris Olson received a BS degree in Biochemistry from California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo in 1984 and a PhD in Polymer Science / Plastics Engineering from University of Massachusetts, Lowell in 1988. Upon graduation, Chris joined Mead Corporation as a Product Development Engineer, working in microencapsulation and specialty coating fine paper development as well as technical operations process support.
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Pichai Sundararajan (born 12 July 1972), also known as Sundar Pichai, is an Indian American business executive. Pichai is the chief executive officer (CEO) of Google Inc. Formerly the Product Chief of Google, Pichai's current role was announced on 10 August 2015, as part of the restructuring process that made Alphabet Inc. into Google's parent company and he assumed the position on 2 October 2015. Pichai was born in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India, in a Tamil family to Lakshmi and Ragunatha Pichai. He spent his childhood in Madras (now Chennai). His father was a senior electrical engineer at General Electric, and managed a factory that made electrical components. Sundar grew up in a two-room apartment on 46th Street, 7th Avenue, in Ashok Nagar, Chennai. Sundar completed his Class X at Jawahar Vidyalaya, Ashok Nagar Chennai and completed the Class XII from Vana Vani school located in the IIT, Chennai. Pichai earned his degree from Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur in Metallurgical Engineering. He holds an M.S. from Stanford University in Material Sciences and Engineering and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he was named a Siebel Scholar and a Palmer Scholar, respectively. Pichai is married to Anjali Pichai, a chemical engineer, a classmate at IIT Kharagpur. Pichai worked in engineering and product management at Applied Materials and in management consulting at McKinsey & Company. Pichai joined Google in 2004, where he led the product management and innovation efforts for a suite of Google's client software products, including Google Chrome and Chrome OS, as well as being largely responsible for Google Drive. He went on to oversee the development of different applications (apps) such as Gmail and Google Maps. On 19 November 2009, Pichai gave a demonstration of Chrome OS and the Chromebook was released for trial and testing in 2011, and released to the public in 2012. On 20 May 2010, he announced the open-sourcing of the new video codec VP8 by Google, and introduced the new video format, WebM. On 13 March 2013, Pichai added Android to the list of Google products he oversees. Android was formerly managed by Andy Rubin. He was a director of Jive Software from April 2011 to 30 July 2013. Pichai was selected to become the next CEO of Google on 10 August 2015 after previously being appointed Product Chief by CEO, Larry Page. On 24 October 2015, he stepped into the new position upon the completion of the formation of Alphabet Inc., the new holding company for the Google company family. Pichai had been suggested as a contender for Microsoft's CEO in 2014, a position that was eventually given to Satya Nadella. To know more about Pichai , Get the book from here: http://amzn.to/2m2gDea Follow On: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ManasPruthiTV/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/manaspruthi
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Established in 2009, Shanxi Guangyu LED Lighting Co. Ltd. is a high-tech corporation focusing on researching, producing, selling, installing and designing powerful LED light source, LED indoor lighting products and outdoor lighting products, LED mining lighting products. To conform to the requirement of the new energy, GY LED has provided LED lighting products for urban development. GY LED is experiencing a rapid development period and also become the pilot brand in the semiconductor lighting industry. Shanxi Guangyu LED Lighting Co.,Ltd is a large semiconductor lighting company and possesses 50 million RMB Yuan registered capital and over 2000 employees with research and development, production, marketing, designing, construction and maintenance as one. Having invested 500 million RMB Yuan and taking up an area of 300.000 square meters. GY Industry Park owns the first class LED laboratories, parking workshops, advanced packaging equipment and product assembling line of high-power LED series applications which have achieved the production capacity for high-power LED lighting and other serial products. GY People will insist on the corporate philosophy of "Honest fame, innovative success" all along and shoulder the responsibility of "Leading energy-saving life; lighting green future". GY LED is ready to greet a greener, brighter and more beautiful future with China. Website: http://goo.gl/3ZbB6
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