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Jared Driggers

UT11385: Using Vault Professional for AutoCAD Electrical in an Inventor-Led World

(Duration 58:59)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to store and manage standard parts (devices) into a library
  • Learn how to create standard and efficient user groups in Vault to control access to content
  • Learn how to develop lifecycles, security, and categories to control access to content
  • Learn how to develop a release workflow for end users to get only the latest released content

Description

Description

In this presentation we will discuss how to store and manage standard parts (devices) into a library, and how to store standard configurations of those parts into a catalog of controlled circuits in Vault Professional software. We will also talk about how to apply your custom/company standard support files and configuration files, and how to set up for all needed environments. We will also detail various methods for developing a standard workflow for content control and for accessing the latest released content. We'll look at how to hone in on the most effective methodology using AutoCAD Electrical software in a Vault Professional software environment. We’ll place emphasis on a detailed step-by-step presentation approach, and we will allot time for questions and answers so that you will find the presentation useful, regardless of experience with AutoCAD Electrical software and Vault Professional software.

Target Audience

Target Audience

All AutoCAD Electrical, Vault Professional, AutoCAD users looking to better control their content with their company.

Speakers

Speakers

Jared Driggers

Jared Driggers graduated from Louisiana Tech University with an AAS in drafting and design in electrical controls and instrumentation. He has 8 years of experience in electrical controls design, including 4 years with Duke Energy. He has worked with AutoCAD Electrical software since 2006, and with Vault software since 2008. He has worked in the field (terminating, installing, and troubleshooting controls equipment) and in the electrical controls design in the gas and oil industry, pharmaceuticals, lime injection technology, research and development in medical technology, and substations for 4 years. At Duke Energy he is currently responsible for standardizing the use of AutoCAD Electrical software and an accommodating Vault software and Maximo strategy to standardize Duke’s standard substation design practices, with a focus on utility industry standards and practices. Jared is also the father of 2 boys.

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Tags

Published

  • 2015
  • UT11385
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • AutoCAD Electrical
  • AutoCAD
  • Vault

Industries

  • Utilities & Telecom
  • PLM and Data Management

Topics

  • Electric and Gas Utilities
  • PLM and Data Management