Industry 4.0, 5.0 and Beyond: Where Does Engineering Simulation Fit?

Achieving Pervasive Engineering Simulation: 2020-2030

Industry 4.0, 5.0 and Beyond: Where Does Engineering Simulation Fit?

Thursday, May 6th, 2021

11:00am EDT (New York) / 4:00pm BST (London)

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Webinar Series Background

In this ground-breaking webinar series from NAFEMS and Revolution in Simulation on "Achieving Pervasive Engineering Simulation: 2020-2030," we’ll be looking beyond the present to the next ten years of advancements in simulation that are needed to support Systems Thinking for a Model Based Enterprise. The series will explore how the latest technology trends and simulation methods will develop and impact our industry and society during the next decade.

Learn more about the Achieving Pervasive Engineering Simulation: 2020-2030 webinar series.

Webinar Overview

This webinar will bring together all of the emerging simulation technologies in systems thinking and MBE to look at how they will contribute to advancing engineering simulation techniques in support of Industry 4.0 and 5.0. Advanced simulation technologies and data analytics will be exploited in conjunction with cognitive computing and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) comprised of interacting digital, analog, physical, and human components such as autonomous vehicles and collaborative robots. We’ll also explore topics on how all of the engineering information associated with the design, development, testing, manufacture and operational support of advanced products that will have highly-integrated, embedded smart subsystems and components, will be interconnected as required for realistic operations via Digital Threads in Industry 4,0 and 5.0 environments.


Agenda

  • Welcome & Introduction:
  • A. Wood, Americas Regional Manager, NAFEMS
  • M. Panthaki, Co-Founder and Member of the Executive Committee, Revolution in Simulation
  • Industry 4.0, 5.0 and Beyond: Where Does Engineering Simulation Fit?
  • J. Huang, Senior Technical Lead - Advanced Engineering, Ryobi Die Casting, Inc.
  • R. Athinarayanan, Professor, Purdue University Polytechnic Institute
  • L. McGregor, Lead Technologist, High Value Manufacturing, Innovate UK
  • Q&A and Discussion
  • Close