FREE WEBINAR: Can Digital Twins Predict the Future?
In this webinar, you'll learn about how digital twin technology can enable predictive maintenance and improved diagnostics.
April 17, 2020
DATE: Thursday, May 14, 2020
TIME: 2:00 PM ET/11:00 AM PT
Digital Twins have been promoted as the ideal vehicle for predictive maintenance. In principle, the virtual replicas of products can collect data and reveal historical patterns that lead to better diagnostic capability.
But does this work in real life? Do early adopters get lost in the Big Data?
Our panelists will discuss:
- How CAD and simulation fit into digital twin strategies;
- How to avoid the pitfalls of Big Data with collected real-time data;
- What you can and cannot expect to accomplish with digital twins.
Our presentation will be followed by a LIVE Q&A session.
Matt Heying, VP of Product
Matt has over 15 years of experience in designing and building B2B cloud-based collaborative applications in manufacturing, finance, and defense. In his role at Vertex, Matt oversees the product management and product marketing teams in addition to leading initiatives on new markets and products. This unique position gives him the insight into ensuring new product capabilities match customer expectations and needs.
Previous to his role at Vertex, Matt served as Vice President of Product and User Experience at Workiva. Over the course of his nine years at Workiva, Matt tackled many strategic and leadership roles including the creation and implementation of a new enterprise product line and building product strategy to grow the product footprint within existing customers.
Leo Kilfoy, VP
Hexagon, Smart Factory Platform
Leo is the Product Owner for Hexagon-SFx—Hexagon’s Smart Factory Initiative. He has been with Hexagon & MSC Software for over 25 years. Prior to leading the Smart Factory Platform, Leo lead the Enterprise Products Team at MSC Software for 8 years developing Simulation and Materials process & data management products.
He has extensive background in aerospace, automotive and materials industries. He started his career at McDonnell Douglas in an Advanced Composites Research & Development group, then worked on the space station program and in an advanced programs group designing future aircraft.
Moderator: Kenneth Wong, Senior Editor, Digital Engineering