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AD4B - Model Based Design, Process and Technical Prerequisites for Enterprise

Session Description

Attend this session to hear two case studies from Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab and DSA leveraging the value of Model Based Enterprise (MBE). John Hopkins APL has designed unique vehicles using model based design, motion skeletons/ mechanisms, additive manufacturing, topology optimization, and other aspects of Creo Parametric 4.0. It also incorporates elements of Mathcad, Creo Schematics, Creo Illustrate, PTC Navigate, Thingworx, and Vuforia.


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Aerospace & Defense Symposium
Model Based Enterprise and A&D Challenges
Learn about the latest tools from Creo Parametric and prerequisites to successful implementation of a MBE.
PTC's tools support a multi-disciplinary approach to product development enabling the collaboration of mechanical design, electrical design, analysis, and manufacturing teams.
Learn about the critical process and technology pillars that lead to successful implementation of a MBE, and how to calculate the ROI for MBE.
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45 minutes
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