In this Instructional Demonstration, we will teach you how to upload, view, and collaborate with data in the Autodesk cloud. But getting data into the cloud is only part of the story; you’re going to want to do something with it. We will do all of this through a brand-new cohesive and fluid experience that you have to see! This session features Fusion Team (formerly A360) and also PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle).
Industrial and Product Designer,
Brian Schanen works for Autodesk, Inc., as a product manager for Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle software. He is responsible for evangelizing Autodesk Lifecycle software both internally and externally, ensuring customer success with the software. This includes building and delivering materials for nurturing prospects, customers, and the partner channel on Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle and product data management (PDM) solutions. With 17 years of Autodesk PDM and PLM experience, he is an Autodesk University veteran speaker. On any given day, you can find him coaching prospects, mentoring new customers, and even assisting in deployments of Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle software.
Learn how, through the use of the Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle platform, manufacturing companies are able to manage their BoM in a single, secure environment. Hear how this will help you to collaborate more effectively within your own organisation and with external third parties. Starting with the Inventor BoM we will demonstrate how it can be quickly and accurately published to Fusion Lifecycle and how we can then review or modify the BoM, compare it with previous versions, and submit it for approval before release to your ERP system. We will demonstrate how, through the use of third party tools, you can create a fully connected end-to-end solution and eliminate the errors and cost associated with manual data entry. This session features Autodesk’s Fusion Lifecycle (formerly PLM 360) solution.
The class will introduce Advanced Oncotherapy and its complex proton therapy solution product. It will then explain how all the master data associated with this, as well as the majority of the business management processes, have been realised in a highly integrated and fully-customised implementation of Fusion Lifecycle which is closely linked to the company's ERP system with which data is shared on a real-time basis. This integration of business processes is designed to meet the requirements of the demanding ISO13485 standard for medical device regulatory requirements.
This session will look at the PLM journey that Spirax Sarco has undertaken. Spirax Sarco, a 100-year-old company with nearly 40 overseas operations and a global manufacturing network, embarked on its Fusion Lifecycle PLM journey in early 2016. Over the last year this journey has presented many challenges but also many more opportunities than first considered. The learnings from the rollout approach, stakeholder management, and early adoption techniques will be shared. We will share the positive learnings that we will take forward on our journey, but also highlight the pitfalls. Focus areas will include large-scale organisational change, launching a global quality solution, global engineering change, and the launch of a group technical support hub to serve Spirax's 1,300 sales engineers in the field. This class is ideal for any company just commencing a large-scale deployment.