3DEXPERIENCE FORUMNovember 11-12, 2014 | Las Vegas | NV

Plenary Sessions | The Chelsea

From 08:30AM to 12:15PM

07:30AM to 08:30AM: Breakfast in the 3DEXPERIENCE Playground | Belmont Ballroom

08:30AM to 09:00AM: Welcome

  • Bruno Latchague

    Senior Executive Vice President, Americas Market and Global Sales Operations Dassault Systèmes

  • Ken Clayton

    Vice President, 3DS Professional Channel Dassault Systèmes

09:00AM to 09:30AM: Practically Radical: Transforming Your Company and Challenging Yourself

  • William Taylor

    Founding Editor, Fast Company, Author of Practically Radical Fast Company

09:30AM to 10:00AM: Strategy in Action

  • Monica Menghini

    Executive Vice President, Corporate Strategy, Industry and Marketing Dassault Systèmes

10:00AM to 10:30AM: Break in the 3DEXPERIENCE Playground | Belmont Ballroom

10:35AM to 10:45AM: Mobility Boosts Productivity: How Microsoft and 3DEXPERIENCE Help Connect Business Processes

  • Chris Colyer

    Senior Director, Worldwide Alliances and Channels Microsoft

10:45AM to 11:10AM: Innovation in an Era of Affordability

  • David Markham

    Advanced Programs Vice President Lockheed Martin Space Systems

11:10AM to 11:30AM: From the Imaginal to the Real: The DURA Automotive Systems 3DEXPERIENCE Journey

  • Nizar Trigui

    Executive Vice President & Chief Technology Officer DURA Automotive Systems

11:30AM to 11:50AM: On the Cusp: Game-changing Innovation in Mining

  • Tony O’Neill

    Group Director, Technical and Sustainability Anglo American

11:50AM to 12:10PM: Business in the Age of Experience

  • Bernard Charlès

    President and CEO Dassault Systèmes

12:10PM to 12:15PM: Closing

  • Ken Clayton

    Vice President, 3DS Professional Channel Dassault Systèmes

12:15PM to 01:50PM: Lunch in the 3DEXPERIENCE Playground | Belmont Ballroom

01:50PM to 06:15PM: Industry Experience Breakout Tracks (Details Below)

03:50PM to 04:20PM: Break in the 3DEXPERIENCE Playground | Belmont Ballroom

06:30PM to 08:30PM: Networking Reception in the 3DEXPERIENCE Playground | Belmont Ballroom

Breakout Sessions

From 07:30AM to 08:00PM
  • Architecture and Engineering and Construction

    Collaborative and Industrialized Construction

  • Transportation and Mobility

    Driving Vehicle Innovation toward the Mobility of the Future

  • Life Sciences

    Improving Patient Experience and Organizational Business Excellence

  • Consumer Goods and Retail

    Create Winning Consumer Experiences

  • Natural Resources

    The Mining Solutions You Expect From The People You Trust

  • Aerospace and Defense

    Reaching New Heights in Program Success

01:50PM to 06:00PM: Architecture, Engineering and Construction

The Architecture, Engineering and Construction Industry faces several challenges, such as providing high quality experience for tenants under budgets, maintaining sustainability, improving project productivity and efficiency, construction worker’s safety, and others. To help address these issues, Dassault Systèmes provides Lean Construction and Facade Design for Fabrication Industry Solution Experience with the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform. This track will inspire and show you how to overcome these challenges and illustrate the future vision for your firm.

01:50PM to 02:20PM: Collaborative Design and Industrialized Construction

3D adaption has been spreading through the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industry and now is the time to evolve to the next level of BIM adaption called Level 3. This session will explain how 3DEXPERIENCE Business Solutions provides the new and innovative scheme of design and construction processes delivering Building Life Cycle Management.

  • Marty Doscher

    Vice President, Architecture, Engineering and Construction Industry Dassault Systèmes

02:20PM to 02:50PM: Façade Design for Fabrication Industry Solution Experience

This session will present Facade Design for Fabrication project modeling solution built on the cloud-based collaborative 3DEXPERIENCE platform. This solution leverages the power of 3D to efficiently and consistently cover construction project requirements end-to-end-- from planning to fabrication.

  • Peter Terwilliger

    Solution Experience Director, Architecture, Engineering and Construction Industry Dassault Systèmes

02:50PM to 03:20PM: Advanced BIM Coordination and Delivery Practices

Becher Neme will present the practice works with designers and contractors on complex projects to preserve design intent, lower risk, and to improve efficiency during construction through expert application of the latest 3D technologies.

  • Becher Neme

    Principal and Lead Consultant NEME Design Solution

03:20PM to 03:50PM: From Concept to Fabrication, BIM Implementation Practices: Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Kerenza Harris will speak about the integration of Advanced Computation and BIM platforms into project workflow, with specific emphasis on the Perot Museum of Nature and Science (AIA BIM Award). The team at Morphosis continually seeks new ways to implement BIM technology, from early design development to final fabrication and shop drawings. Kerenza Harris will present the real usage of 3DEXPERIENCE Platform for new collaborative environments of Dassault Systemes.

  • Kerenza Harris

    Architect Morphosis Architects

03:50PM to 04:20PM: Break in the 3DEXPERIENCE Playground | Belmont Ballroom

04:20PM to 04:50PM: Parametric Tendencies and Design Agencies, Preparing for the AEC Industry through Design Centric Collaboration and Performance

Dr. Gerber will present the evolution of CATIA- based teaching, consulting and research through the lens of 12 years of practice, research, and educational experience globally. The talk will highlight the importance of bottom up and top down educational and research strategies and will link these education and research and consulting strategies to meeting the needs of AEC industry challenges and value propositions. V5 and V6 design, design research and knowledge creation and sharing are shown to be coupled to information fidelity and the need for efficient synthesis of ideas, communication, and problem solving through to fabrication.

  • Dr. David Jason Gerber

    Asst. Prof. of Architecture, Professor of Civil & Environmental Eng. University of SoCal

04:50PM to 05:05PM: Mobility Services to Gain Quality of Life in 2030: The Mdoul’Air Experience

The Modul’Air concept offers a radical rethink of the mobility experience, based on an innovative system of pods transporting passengers and freight that seamlessly connect, scale up and down according to volume patterns and integrate with ground transportation modes. This session will present the power of 3DEXPERIENCE for future city development.

  • Stephan J. Clambaneva

    Design Business Consultant Director, Design Studio Dassault Systèmes

05:05PM to 05:30PM: Q&A/Roundtable Discussion

01:50PM to 06:00PM: Transportation and Mobility

How can vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers leverage opportunities that will shape the future of the transportation industry? And how will they collaborate to successfully create the new mobility experiences that promise new levels of systems performance, functional safety and affordability? Get answers from industry experts, and global perspectives from your peers, as we explore the very latest trends and solutions to ensure concept to production, right-the-first-time results. Attend this track to hear real-world success stories from industry leaders, who have discovered how to build and fortify their competitive advantage in the Age of Experience.

01:50PM to 02:20PM: Cloud-Based Collaborative Solution for Driverless/Connected Car Innovation: AKKA “Link & Go”

Without a doubt, the autonomously driving vehicle will bring the most fundamental transformations to the mobility experience. New diverse players like Google are entering this market with disruptive approaches to innovation. Today´s Automotive Industry market participants are embracing new collaborative models to position their expertise in this new competitive landscape. The global engineering services company AKKA Technologies, who recently acquired German MBtech, leverages Dassault Systèmes´ collaborative Cloud platform to create breakthrough innovation. AKKA´s Link & Go concept car, showcased at this year´s Geneva Motor show, is an impressive hands-on testimony of the cloud-powered mobility innovation.

  • Olivier Sappin

    Vice President of Transportation & Mobility Industry Dassault Systèmes

02:20PM to 02:50PM: T&M Industry Customer Success Stories: “Strategic Capabilities for Innovative Vehicle Development"

How are transportation leaders thriving in our unpredictable, accelerated, and ever-more-complex industry environment? Learn how strategic capabilities for Functional Architecture & Modularization, Embedded Electronics, Realistic Simulation, and High-End Visualization are transforming the future of transportation & mobility. Hear real-world customer success stories and explore the critical technologies/solutions that help them manage increasing vehicle complexity, support engineering process(es) transformation and accelerate innovative vehicle development.

  • Fred Merceron

    Transportation & Mobility Industry Solutions Experience Director Dassault Systèmes

02:50PM to 03:20PM: Johnson Controls: Drawing Automation to Enable 3D Master

Johnson Controls chose Dassault Systèmes to transform their current production engineering process by automating the production of 2D drawing. This has been done to facilitate a move to 3D Master models using GD&T with Dassault Systemes CATIA Functional Tolorancing and Annotation (FTA) Module. Johnson Controls sees this as a way to improve quality and time to market while producing a substantial cost savings. This solution enables Concurrent development, Front loading, No prototype vehicle development, seamless release and increased consumption of 3D Product Definition data. The project consists of four primary use cases: (1) Die Engineering (2) SPOT Welding (3) Inspection Quality Check (4) Making Service Manuals. Opportunity: • Drives collaborative creation of GD&T and other PMI information (Upfront input from Engineering & Manufacturing) • Enables Process Lifecycle Management without drawings (2D Drawing information captured within the 3D Annotated Model, eliminate 2D Drawings) • Increases access to 3D Engineering Data (Enabler for Global 3D Data Collaboration processes) • Reduced errors from elimination of GD&T misinterpretation (Directly tied to 3D model geometry) • Enables automation of GD&T/PMI data to downstream CMM (or other use cases) • One stop viewing of math and GD&T/PMI information in 3D environment. • Enables robust engineering (coordination of datum features for tooling and checking features.) • Reduces the number of GD&T revisions (resulting from moving the GD&T process upstream) • Information is always up to date with latest geometry changes (Avoids 3D/2D time delays)

  • Ram Pentakota

    Global Chief Engineer Johnson Controls

  • Rahim Alsaffar

    Technical Support Johnson Controls Inc.

03:20PM to 03:50PM: Christie Digital Systems: Visualization Solutions for Manufacturers

This talk will cover a brief overview of Christie Digital Systems and then discuss visualization solutions deployed in the transportation segment and the benefits derived from these solutions.

  • Steve Lutz

    Senior Sales Manager Christie Digital Systems

03:50PM to 04:20PM: Break in the 3DEXPERIENCE Playground | Belmont Ballroom

04:20PM to 04:50PM: GHSP: Enterprise implementation of 3DEXPERIENCE in a Global, Mechatronics Automotive Supplier – from Requirements to MBOM

GHSP is in the second phase of implementing the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform with a focus on Engineering and Manufacturing Centrals. The journey began in October 2013 with the implementation of Designer Central and Program Central. The third phase will include Requirements Central for the full engineering team supporting mechanical, electrical and software engineering. The implementation has had successes and failures rooted in the understanding of the end goal. GHSP and their implementation provider Inceptra have continually reviewed the plan and validated the processes and data. Using the Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA) process, GHSP and Inceptra have lessons learned for implementation and the validation of success. Implementing and keeping schedule is important; however, quality should not suffer to meet timing. Validation of success and keeping the finish line in mind is important to keep focus and proper use of tools and resources.

  • Daine Shanahan

    Manager of Global IT GHSP

04:50PM to 05:05PM: Processia Solutions: PLM Business Transformation – An Implementation Framework for Success

This session will highlight the proven methods & tools that Processia Solutions has developed to support a full PLM project deployment from initial planning through successful completion. The framework foundation is the harmonization and standardization of the tools & deliverables across all project phases. Processia Solutions will also share the benefits of this implementation approach including improved communication and reduced time, effort, and risk that can be achieved by using this unique framework across all PLM projects.

  • Bruno Turenne

    PLM Principal Consultant Processia Solutions

05:05PM to 05:35PM: Honda Manufacturing: First Step in PLM

As Honda North America transitions further into a global role, the need for an efficient Global Manufacturing Verification tool is even more important than in the past. Members from the Honda North America Inc. New Model Team will explain how DELMIA V6 addresses some of the current Honda business challenges for manufacturing. Plus Honda will review confirmed benefits over DELMIA V5 as well as future benefits. Attendees will learn about DELMIA V6 and its actual application within an automobile manufacturer’s environment.

  • Melissa Vance

    Staff Eng., New Model Division, Virtual Maturation Team - Business Innovation Honda North America

  • Brian Wynk

    Staff Engineer, New Model DivisionHonda North America

05:35PM to 05:55PM: 3DExperience: MAI Automotive Cloud Computing - Driving Innovation of Automotive Industry in the Age of Experience

Malaysian Automotive Institute (MAI) understands how new information technology developments are transforming the Automotive global business landscape and becoming the new way of doing business in the Age of Experience. The 3DEXPERIENCE Platform will provide a ‘social enterprise’ which uses the universal language of 3D data and the Web as the user interface for product development in the Automotive industry, allowing the unprecedented opportunity to revolutionize the creative and innovative ability within the workforce to remain competitive on the global scene.

  • M. Madani Sahari

    CEO Malaysia Automotive Institute (MAI)

05:55PM to 06:00PM: T&M Industry Roundtable Discussion

Moderators Michael Lalande, Director, Americas Transportation & Mobility, and Olivier Sappin, Vice President of Transportation & Mobility Industry, Dassault Systèmes, together with our T&M Industry Track Speakers, welcome your questions and perspectives during our annual Industry Roundtable discussion.

  • Olivier Sappin

    Vice President of Transportation & Mobility Industry Dassault Systèmes

  • Michael Lalande

    Director, Americas Transportation & Mobility Dassault Systèmes

01:50PM to 06:00PM: Life Sciences

What do Life Sciences companies speaking at the 3DEXPERIENCE Forum – Life Sciences Track –all have in common? They will all be showcasing their recent experiences with Dassault Systèmes industry solutions: • How do you accelerate product innovation and regulatory approval? • What is the best way to streamline design and voice of the customer requirements? • Is there a way to automate bureaucratic tasks and improve efficiency?

01:50PM to 02:20PM: Innovation Path to Patients - Life Sciences Industry Challenges, Trends & Strategies

Dassault Systèmes is committed to delivering advanced solutions to the life sciences industry that help support the development of new technologies that promote patient health and improve outcomes. During this session, you will learn about the latest portfolio of solutions built for the medical device and pharmaceutical companies that enable proactive compliance and operational excellence.

  • Jean Colombel

    Vice President, Life Sciences Industry Dassault Systèmes

02:20PM to 02:50PM: The Medical Device Changing Landscape – Providing Industry Solutions That Help Medical Device Companies Deliver Innovative Solutions

In today's globalized, cost constraint, regulated, value-based healthcare market, medical device companies are facing ever more challenges in being able to deliver upon innovative medical device products that improve patient outcomes. Dassault Systèmes Industry Solution Experiences for Life Sciences combined with the 3DEXPEREINCE Platform provides an underlying foundation for global teams to collaborate easily across the enterprise both internally and externally working from a single source of truth with industry specific software solutions that help streamline the complete product life cycle development process. Join this session to learn more about how this holistic system can dramatically improve the delivery of innovative, safe, and high quality products.

  • Arieh Halpern

    Life Sciences Industry Business Experience Consulting Director Dassault Systèmes

02:50PM to 03:20PM: Axendia: Is Compliance a Roadblock to Quality? Establishing A Holistic Approach to Quality to Drive Innovation, Quality and Compliance

Life Sciences organization must consistently document compliance with strict global quality standards and regulatory requirements. In order to achieve compliance, companies often employ stringent and costly quality processes that can constrain innovation, hinder business processes, increase costs and delay new product introduction. The FDA wants to help. The Agency’s Case for Quality initiative analysis shows that firms which drive quality organization-wide tend to be more productive, with fewer complaints and investigations, and often have smaller quality units with lower quality-related costs than their competitors. This session will discuss key industry and regulatory trends that are shifting the focus from compliance to a holistic approach to quality across the entire product lifecycle. You will have the opportunity to learn how leading companies are becoming more effective at managing critical quality and regulatory processes by establishing a holistic approach to quality throughout the organization. Join us for this session to learn how to leverage quality to create an innovative, effective and compliant enterprise.

  • Daniel R. Matlis

    Founder and President Axendia

03:20PM to 03:50PM: Bayer HealthCare: PLM Roadmap at Bayer Medical Care: Navigating PLM Strategy and Success Post Merger

With mergers and acquisitions becoming an everyday event, it has become more and more difficult to develop and maintain a PLM Roadmap and the program to implement that vision. With conflicting philosophies from organization to organization on what a successful PLM implementation looks like, your PLM roadmap and strategy can get twisted and turned with each organizational change. This presentation will cover some details on the challenges that Bayer Medical Care faced post-merger and how the PLM Roadmap was kept intact by focusing on the end user. It will also cover the details of the current Roadmap.

  • Steve Matolcsy

    IT Key Account Management Bayer HealthCare

03:50PM to 04:20PM: Break in the 3DEXPERIENCE Playground | Belmont Ballroom

04:20PM to 04:50PM: Kalypso: Accelerate Innovation: Balancing Portfolio and Product Development Effectiveness with Regulatory

During this presentation, we’ll discuss leading practices for delineating business and technology development across the new product development (NPD) lifecycle and effective innovation governance and phase gate processes for the life sciences industry. Attendees will walk away understanding: (1) New product development process definition and work flow structure (2) How project teams and team structure can help achieve both compliance and project success (3) How software systems and tools can provide added integration across design, quality and project management

  • Cathi Crist

    Partner Kalypso

04:50PM to 05:10PM: Medtronic: PLM to ERP Integration – Impacts to Manufacturing Operations

Integrating from a PLM system to an ERP system impacts the manufacturing process with almost live integrations. Controlling the flow of data will help in its impact for manufacturing to not be re-active to design changes, allow for ERP data setup, and manufacturing changes to be controlled. Lessons learned from Engineering BOM changes at a productions status to controlling that change with the MCO process.

  • Bryan Hanson

    Sr. Principal IT Technologist Medtronic

05:10PM to 05:30PM: Deloitte Consulting LLP: PLM Transformation Journey to Improve Patient Safety

The highly regulated Life Sciences industry is continuously challenged to improve product quality and patient safety. While manufacturers have traditionally focused on innovation in products to address product quality and patient safety, the role of regulatory compliance and operational excellence is equally important in developing safer products. To combat regulatory risks and to drive continuous process improvements in a collaborative environment of customers and suppliers, the role of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is gaining importance larger than ever in the Life Sciences industry. A strategic approach is crucial to the success of PLM transformation programs. Deloitte’s assessment and implementation approach is infused with Lean Engineering principles, pre-defined process models and organization design. Our tools and methodologies are strategically tailored to address industry challenges in the areas of process standardization, GxP compliance, integration with enterprise systems, data migration and cross-functional alignment on enterprise roles. Combining this approach with solutions such as ENOVIA PLM provides the enabling technology to achieve regulatory compliance, improve quality and operational excellence. As a result, PLM helps deliver better, safer products to market faster. Our presentation will cover how Deloitte Consulting is helping its clients to successfully plan and implement a compelling enterprise PLM transformation program.

  • Stavros Stefanis, PhD

    Principal, Strategy and Operations Deloitte Consulting

05:30PM to 05:45PM: Q&A/Wrap-Up

Moderator Jean Colombel, VP Life Sciences Industry at Dassault Systèmes, together with our Life Sciences Industry Track Speakers, welcome your questions and perspectives during our annual Industry Q&A wrap-up discussion.

  • Jean Colombel

    Vice President, Life Sciences Industry Dassault Systèmes

01:50PM to 06:00PM: Consumer Goods and Retail

Going Digital – Connect the Dots from Concept to Consumer. By leveraging the Product Innovation Platform (PIP), you can discover, design, develop and deliver products and experiences that your consumers want. This track will be entirely dedicated to the Consumer Goods and Retail industry with a focus on fashion brands and retailers. Hear from leading brands and thought leaders in our hands on sessions and learn how 3D can accelerate your company innovation, as well as increase your sales and customers.

01:50PM to 02:20PM: whichPLM: PLM in 2014 and Beyond

Focusing on PLM for retail, footwear and apparel, Mark charts the industry’s progress over the past three decades, and defines precisely what PLM means to retailers and brands all over the world in 2014. Drawing from his company’s newly-released Annual Review 2014 and its extremely topical conclusions, Mark’s presentation highlights key adoption trends, examines the geographical progression of PLM sales, and analyses market performance and end user satisfaction. Coupled with whichPLM’s extensive and ongoing intelligence gathering exercises, Mark leverages his own long-term experience of the fashion industry to make informed predictions about the positive 3-5 year future of PLM for apparel. Finally, Mark’s presentation discusses what a true “digital transformation” should look like for a retailer or brand seeking to operate outside of traditional boundaries, enabled by the right investments in technology.

  • Mark Harrop

    Founder, Managing Director whichPLM

02:20PM to 02:50PM: Industry Solution Experience and Offers: Success in 2030 – Looking Back on the Journey from Concept to Consumer

What will be the key changes in the retail, fashion and luxury industry in the coming decades? What will be the contribution of 3D digital? Jerome Bergeret, FashionLab’s director, will highlight some challenges of the industry and give a few elements that could answer those questions. Since the launch of the Lab in 2011, the team of engineers is working on incubation programs with well-know designers. Beyond those specific projects, FashionLab aimed at providing answers to the retail and fashion industry with new economic models through new technologies. Recently, FashionLab launched a footwear collection with the Couture designer Julien Fournié. This collection was fully digitally conceived, representing our H2H (Human to Human) vision, materialized through an impermanent pop-up store and then a Fashion Show.

  • Jerome Bergeret

    FashionLab Director Dassault Systèmes

02:50PM to 03:20PM: 3DXCITE: The Concept to Consumer Journey

High-end 3D virtualization is now mainstream within the Product Lifecycle. Understand 3DS’ “Concept to Consumer” as a seamless transition from Art to Part.

  • Steven Madge

    Managing Director 3DXCITE

03:20PM to 03:50PM: IDC Retail Insights: Future-proofing Product Innovation Strategies

This session examines the way consumers shop and the customer experience of brands today, shaped by a technological shift that is mobile, social, visual, data driven, and often cloud based. Leslie will discuss how brands are creating individual products, collections of products, and specific assortments that are increasingly personalized, customized, and localized, supported by product life-cycle management (PLM) and product innovation platforms (PIP) that improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the increasingly complicated product life-cycle processes, from inspiration to presentation. The most advanced companies are changing the way they create and collaborate on products and deliver product innovation by implementing an advanced product innovation platform (PIP), an extension of fashion PLM, that enables better alignment between brands and consumer products, which results in improved product success rates, faster cycle times, and reduced costs/higher profitability. This session will help companies understand how to unlock the value of Product Innovation Platforms (PIP) by benchmarking against the IDC Retail Insights' Fashion Product Innovation Maturity Framework.

  • Leslie Hand

    Vice President IDC Retail Insights

03:50PM to 04:20PM: Break in the 3DEXPERIENCE Playground | Belmont Ballroom

04:20PM to 04:50PM: The Impact of Sustainable Development

Is product data key to a sustainable business strategy? And should sustainability be a top priority focus for apparel brands and retailers? Cameron Childs, Product Manager at the Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC), will present her work on the Higg index and provide an overview of the apparel market when it comes to sustainability based on SAC members feedback.

  • Cameron Childs

    Product Manager Sustainability Apparel Coalition

04:50PM to 05:20PM: Shaping the World We Imagine - an Industry Overview

How can brands and retailers connect the dots to unlock Product Innovation and drive tangible business results? What do they want from their Product Lifecycle Management solutions to differentiate their businesses and drive profitable growth? And how are the boundaries and usages of “classic PLM ” changing to support a changing business environment? Susan Olivier, Vice President for Consumer Goods & Retail Industry Solutions, will offer insights on how advances in existing and emerging technologies create new opportunities to shape a changing world.

  • Susan Olivier

    Vice President, Consumer Goods-Retail Industry Dassault Systèmes

05:20PM to 06:00PM: Consumer Goods – Retail R&D Release Update for V62015x

  • Sarah Fabian

    R&D Consumer Goods & Retail Industry Strategy Director Dassault Systemes

01:50PM to 06:00PM: Natural Resources

Delivering Enterprise Agility through the Mining Value Chain - Mining has grown bigger over the past 200 years – bigger plants, bigger trucks, bigger blasts, but the industry must continually evolve. Traditional responses to business cycles are eroding the long term health of the industry and fundamental change must occur for the industry to consistently meet stakeholders’ expectations and deliver long-term sustainability. This interactive session will include industry thought leaders and how innovative thinking has transformed other industries. Applying these learnings could deliver enterprise value chain agility for the mining industry.

01:50PM to 01:55PM: Welcome and Overview

The mining industry underwent a major transformation moving from manual mining to mechanization starting as far back as the 1930s. In today’s high tech and rapidly changing world, we continue to employee a mining flow sheet that is more than 40 years old and based on drill and blast technology that is over 80 years old. This discussion will cover some of the major milestones in the history of technology adoption in the industry that sets the stage for what is possible with the available technology advancements being adopted in other industries.

  • Rick Moignard

    CEO, GEOVIA and Natural Resources Dassault Systèmes GEOVIA

01:55PM to 02:25PM: Anglo American: Mining and Innovation: Driving a Step Change

Attend this session to get a closer look at how Anglo American's unique new approach to innovation is laying the groundwork for an exciting new era in mining.

  • Donovan Waller

    Group Head of Technology Development Anglo American

02:25PM to 02:55PM: Dundee Precious Metals: “Taking the Lid Off”: Advancements in Real Time Production Management in an Underground Mine – A Case Study

The presentation will discuss the work that Dundee Precious Metals has done with a number of key strategic partners including Dassault Systèmes to develop and implement an integrated real-time production management system using off-the-shelf wireless IP communications technology and software developed by Dassault Systèmes for shift management, and real time monitoring and display of the mining activities in the Chelopech underground mine in Bulgaria. The learnings and the benefits of applying this technology in an underground mine setting will be discussed, as well as the further potential opportunities and benefits that could be realized with this technology.

  • Rick Howes

    CEO Dundee Precious Metals

02:55PM to 03:25PM: DeBeers Group: Intelligent Mine Planning Systems

Mine design and planning is time consuming and requires a very specific and scarce skill set. The process is often disjointed making use of mine design and implementation scheduling tools (quite often different platforms) talking to a geological block model (sometimes not). Adding to this, the complexity of production scheduling with very unique and often variable outputs can become quite an intricate combination, leaving little flexibility to trade-off multiple designs and plans given the batch nature of the process. It is imperative upon industry to develop an intelligent and integrated design, planning and operating system which not only has the capability to deliver a smarter plan in a shorter time, but also facilitates optimal execution of the production plan for maximum returns over the life of the operation.

  • Tjaart Willemse

    Head of Mining De Beers Group

03:25PM to 03:50PM: IBM Australia:The New Hi-Vis – Future Enablers for Greater Transparency Across Mining Operations

As miners seek to drive increased production, productivity and EHS outcomes, more and more information gets locked up in their IT and OT systems. Beyond the new Dassault Systèmes' 3DEXPERIENCE, the emerging role of mobility and cognitive computing has significant future potential for miners – providing every worker, anywhere, anytime, the ability to answer complex operations questions simply. Murray will demonstrate how higher visibility will be realized – making operations more intelligent, enabling greater engagement whilst providing timely answers in context. See how IBM's Watson cognitive computing platform will provide a virtual form of Hi-Vis for tomorrow's smarter miners.

  • Murray Bruce

    Director, Natural Resources Australia/New Zealand IBM Australia

03:50PM to 04:20PM: Break in the 3DEXPERIENCE Playground | Belmont Ballroom

04:20PM to 04:50PM: MDM Consulting: Technology and the Future of Mining

The worldwide mining industry is arguably in the early stages of a major transformation driven by ICT, open innovation and the adoption of rapidly developing global technology predominantly from outside the mining industry. While the change is underway in pockets, it is too slow to have a major impact on the industry and the transformation needs to be accelerated. This discussion will focus on a technology roadmap for the mining industry based on five major technology pillars that are combined together in creative ways to present new business models that the mining industry can start to adopt now.

  • Michael McFarlane

    Former Executive Vice President at AngloGold Ashanti & Principal MDM Consulting

04:50PM to 05:35PM: Leveraging Best Practices from Other Industries: Two Case Studies

The presentation will discuss how innovative thinking has transformed other industries and how mining can apply these learnings to deliver enterprise value chain agility across the entire mining lifecycle. We will discuss how Dassault Systèmes has leveraged these best practices from other industries to provide solutions to help solve some of the mining industry challenges. There will also be a sneak preview of Quintiq and its world-class supply chain management solutions for mining - now part of Dassault Systèmes since their acquisition in September of this year.

  • Marni Rabassó

    Vice President Natural Resources Dassault Systèmes GEOVIA

05:35PM to 06:00PM: Panel: The Future of the Mining Industry

Moderated by Andrew Pyne and includes all Natural Resources Track Speakers.

  • Andrew Pyne

    EVP, Natural Resources/Mining Dassault Systèmes GEOVIA

01:50PM to 06:00PM: Aerospace & Defense Overview

Covering global trends, insights and solutions that drive advancements for aerospace manufacturers and suppliers, the Aerospace & Defense track at the 3DEXPERIENCE Customer Forum offers you sessions from industry leaders and your peers sharing insights and success stories as they develop products and build value for their customers. Attend the Aerospace & Defense track and hear an update on all of our solutions, including Engineer to Fly, our new Industry Solution Experience for suppliers that helps companies win more opportunities and design and manufacture their products with higher margins.

01:50PM to 02:05PM: Reaching New Heights in Aerospace & Defense Advancements and Experiences

Attend this session for an update on trends and the 3DEXPERIENCE solutions that support efficiency and improvements in cost, strategy and supply chain for aerospace organizations. Also featured will be ways to transform the way new and existing programs are conceived, planned and executed. Find out how to deliver new levels of engineering productivity and the execution control to deliver programs as promised. View a demonstration of our latest 3DEXPERIENCE Solution for smaller Aerospace & Defense companies and more.

  • Mitch Tellier

    Vice President of Aerospace & Defense IndustryDassault Systèmes

02:05PM to 02:35PM: Aerospace & Defense Panel Interview: Innovation Today, Building Tomorrow

This session features a panel discussion with GDC Technics and technology partner, Inceptra. GDC Technics will share its plans for designing products of the future and how the newest 3DEXPERIENCE solution, Engineered to Fly, is helping them deliver new experiences for their customers. Inceptra, will highlight its aerospace customers' challenges, strategies to overcome them and a view to the future.

  • Mitch Tellier

    Vice President of Aerospace & Defense IndustryDassault Systèmes

  • Stephen Shaffer

    CIO GDC Technics

02:35PM to 03:05PM: Simplifying Customer Orders at Sikorsky Commercial Helicopter

Experiencing unprecedented growth in the commercial segment, in 2012 Sikorsky Global Helicopter used Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform and Aerospace & Defense solutions to meet that growth. Learn how the Commercial Helicopter division solved the challenge of meeting customer demand for delivering “green book” helicopters that were engineered-to-order with predefined options. Seeking a simple, automated way to manage the high volume from the hundreds of aircraft variations (and associated documents) they are focused on the proposal phase through certification to final delivery. Mr. Keifer will share some of the improvement metrics, such as time savings, resulting from having full control of the content of an aircraft from inception to delivery. Mr. Keifer will also highlight plans to expand the project to simplify the wider commercial product portfolio with expanded functionality.

  • David Kiefer

    IT Project ManagerSikorsky Commercial Helicopter

03:05PM to 03:20PM: Defining the Business Case to Gain Executive Support for a PLM Program

Executive support is crucial to the success of a PLM transformation program, as it ensures vision, resources and acceptance to the overall program. While executives may support a PLM transformation on the surface, a clear business case that drives revenue growth and improves profit margins can assure their alignment with the program objectives. Learn strategies on how you can increase engineering efficiency and drive business value by utilizing Lean Engineering principles and pre-defined process models.

  • Brian Meeker

    Partner Deloitte Consulting

03:20PM to 03:50PM: Aerospace & Defense First Half Wrap Up

  • Mitch Tellier

    Vice President of Aerospace & Defense IndustryDassault Systèmes

03:50PM to 04:20PM: Break in the 3DEXPERIENCE Playground | Belmont Ballroom

04:20PM to 04:50PM: Pratt & Whitney Canada: Implementing Enterprise-wide Software Application Development

Pratt & Whitney Canada, to grow its market position, has undertaken a strategic electronic control system product initiative to modernize its engine systems development. Innovating on the way P&WC develops its systems constitutes a key derivative engine cost-containment element contribution to its future engine business-viability. Mr. Jarvo will share the plan and status-to-date on how P&WC is evolving its software and systems development; moving from a product-centric to product-line-centric development organization including: the necessity to affect their business and development lifecycles, organization, architecture, superimposed upon a rigorous regulated airborne context.

  • James Jarvo

    Senior Fellow for Controls Systems Pratt & Whitney Canada

04:20PM to 04:50PM: Establishing Airborne Engine Family Systems and Software Product Line

Pratt & Whitney Canada, to grow its market position, has undertaken a strategic electronic control system product initiative to modernize its engine systems development. Innovating on the way P&WC develops its systems constitutes a key derivative engine cost-containment element contribution to its future engine business-viability. Mr. Jarvo will share the plan and status-to-date on how P&WC is evolving its software and systems development; moving from a product-centric to product-line-centric development organization including: the necessity to affect their business and development lifecycles, organization, architecture, superimposed upon a rigorous regulated airborne context.

  • James Jarvo

    Senior Fellow for Controls Systems Pratt & Whitney Canada

04:50PM to 05:20PM: Georgia Tech: A Virtual Simulation Platform for the Design, Testing, and Verification of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Designs

Georgia Tech will present an overview of the design methodology that supports virtual experimentation and verification in place of physical prototyping and testing. To accomplish this, the design methodology will advocate a series of enabling tools and techniques that are integrated in a virtual experimentation framework. These tools and techniques will be discussed in the context of the virtual design of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Dr. Briceno will contrast the development of a VIRTUAL UAV using the Winning Program solution with a physical prototype by sharing a video of the flight of both UAVs, designed as part of a Grand Challenge project.

  • Dr. Simon Briceno

    Division Chief, Aerospace System Design Lab Georgia Institute of Technology

05:20PM to 05:35PM: Test Anxiety: Reducing Stress, Costs and Risks Related to Process Testing

What are the pitfalls of process testing? How can problems be minimized so that testing can be more effective and efficient? Learn how to increase repeatability and reliability in your process and User acceptance testing to create a more stable and compliant system.

  • Shaun Dawson

    CEO Coastal Logic

05:35PM to 06:00PM: Bell's Evolution to V6R2013x

Bell Helicopter's journey towards Digital Product Definition required an upgrade to their enterprise. This session will cover Business Benefits, Approach, Challenges and Lessons Learned in performing the upgrade in a highly complex environment. Bell Helicopter accomplished this with minimal impact to the business.

  • Charles W. Marsh

    Chief - Design Tools & Standards Bell Helicopter

  • Mike Melton

    Sr. Customer Program Manager, Aerospace & Defense Dassault Systèmes

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