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Alessandro Gasso

PM120955: Future of Making Things in Factory Design: Reality Capture, 3D Printing, and Virtual Reality

(Duration 01:26:17)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to set up integrated factory workflows
  • Learn how to work with reality capture in a factory-layout workflow
  • Learn how to use Virtual Reality Solutions to communicate with stakeholders and customers
  • Understand how smart manufacturing is paving the way to agile manufacturing

Description

Description

In this session, we'll cover a complete workflow based solely on Autodesk technology, from process planning to 2D-3D layout and 4D timeline management. Then we'll bring you into the virtual factory experience, meaning that you can experience the factory as if it was built already. Finally, we'll present the advanced manufacturing technologies for the factory of the future-technologies that are available today. At the end of the session, you'll understand how to set up integrated factory workflows, and you'll know the importance of process planning and the integration of an "as build" situation-which is very common and useful for avoiding collisions. Additionally, you'll know how to use virtual reality solutions to communicate the entire plan with stakeholders, and you'll understand how smart manufacturing is paving the way for agile manufacturing.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Executives, Managers, Process layout engineers who want to learn how the Factory Design Utilities, Reality Capture, Smart Manufacturing& Virtual Reality can help them to discover and communicate the most efficient layout solution by creating a digital model of their Manufacturing Facility

Speakers

Speakers

Alessandro Gasso

Alessandro Gasso is currently employed as Enterprise Solutions Leads Manager within the Customer Success Services organization at Autodesk, Inc. Over the past 15 years with Autodesk, Ale has worked in various roles including Product Support Specialist for Inventor, the lead for the EMEA Inventor Product Support Team, EMEA Technical Lead of Inventor software, Premium Support Specialist leading the PSS Manufacturing Team, and manufacturing Industry Technical Lead. Ale was the co-author of the Being Inventive Inventor blog, and he has spoken at Autodesk University in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015. Before Autodesk, Ale worked for seven years as a mechanical designer for a company in the defense industry. Ale is a native of Italy who speaks English, Italian, French, Spanish, and Portuguese, and he holds a master's degree in electro-mechanical engineering from the University of Naples (Napoli).

Matt Lemay

Matt Lemay is currently an Enterprise Solutions Lead for Advanced Manufacturing. The Enterprise Solutions Lead team is a new group in Customer Success Services, targeted at offering comprehensive and flexible solutions that help Enterprise customers master the FoMT.Matt is a Mechanical Engineer with experience in composites manufacturing (Laser Projection Technologies), as well as additive manufacturing for patient specific surgical implants (ConforMIS). Since joining Autodesk, Matt's role has been aiding Enterprise Manufacturers in adopting Additive Manufacturing technology, through developing services that address the technical knowledge gap. As an Enterprise Business Agreement (EBA) entitlement, customer's can understand their Additive Manufacturing readiness through the Enterprise 3D Printing Maturity Assessment; as well as evangelize new technical mindsets internally through the Additive Manufacturing Fundamental Concepts (learning management system) and the Introduction to Generative Design (learning management system)Outside of professional engagements, Matt is active through the Autodesk Pro-Bono program and has volunteered on advanced manufacturing projects including: Patient Specific Maxillofacial Implant Design (Mexico), and 3D Printed Prosthetics (Uganda)

Nate Moore

Nate is an Enterprise Solutions Lead for Autodesk's Customer Success Services group . He has been working to keep Autodesk's largest customers on track with their projects and deliverables for8+ years. Currently focused on EMEA customers and their infrastructure projects, he sees massive road, rail, waterway and urban projects daily.His educational background includes a B.A. in Geography and a master's degree in GIS.

Dave Tyner

Dave Tyner leads Immersive Technology for Customer Success Services at Autodesk. His team is heavily focused on developing interoperable workflows within Autodesk's diverse visualization software portfolio as well as driving awareness/adoption of Autodesk's cross industry VR/AR solutions.

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Published

  • 2017
  • PM120955
  • AU Las Vegas;

Software

  • Autodesk Stingray
  • Fusion 360
  • TruNest Composites
  • InfraWorks
  • ReCap Pro
  • Netfabb
  • Factory Design Utilities

Industry

  • Process Manufacturing

Topics

  • 3D Printing
  • Virtual Reality
  • Smart Manufacturing
  • Reality Capture
  • Machining
  • Infrastructure Reality Capture Workflows
  • Generative Design
  • Additive Manufacturing