Time to market is crucial when faced with fierce competition. How can organizations accelerate concept and design iterations, expedite manufacturing processes, and get their products into the hands of consumers faster? GPU-accelerated software has revolutionized the design process. Hear how designers are creating stunning photorealistic 3D renders of products with ease—and in real time—with KeyShot. And learn how the unprecedented power and performance of Lenovo ThinkStation desktops and ThinkPad mobile laptops powered with NVIDIA RTX™ GPUs are enabling KeyShot users to manage these heavy workloads.
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Don manages NVIDIA's strategic business partnership with PTC and other software vendors in the manufacturing and architectural software industries. Don combines four years of experience in the computer hardware industry at NVIDIA with 18 years of experience in computer software, including 15 years in manufacturing software. His previous roles include CAD product manager, direct and reseller application engineer, technical support engineer, and software engineer. Prior to that, Don worked for four years in engineering and construction as a design engineer and construction cost estimator.
Derek leads the development of KeyShot, KeyVR, and strategic projects at Luxion. With 20+ years of experience in software development ranging from open-source projects, such as OpenSolaris at Oracle, to 3D asset creation and visualization at The Foundry, he's enthusiastic about bringing the complex features and tools from the world of visual effects and streamlining them for use in product design and marketing. He leads a diverse and international team of people across many disciplines, from industrial design to user experience and advanced graphics.
Mike's true passion lies in transforming the manufacturing industry. Having held positions at Caterpillar, Autodesk, Fictiv, and Kaiser Aluminum, he has seen firsthand the challenges and inefficiencies of the current manufacturing ecosystem. From large Fortune 500 manufacturers to emerging technology startups, Mike has worked with many companies to help solve a wide range of business challenges throughout the product development process. His experience with early-stage companies, hardware venture capital firms, additive manufacturing research, closed-loop sensor networks, and generative design provides him a unique perspective on the rapidly changing landscape of manufacturing.
Chris has 20+ years of experience working in the CAD, media and entertainment, and digital media sectors. Partnering with senior management at companies like Lenovo, Epic Games, The Foundry, Autodesk, and Alias|Wavefront, Chris has a passion for bringing new products and services to market, from cloud, software as a service (SaaS), and platform as a service (PaaS) to virtual reality and real-time design visualization solutions. Chris is the worldwide segment lead for architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) and product development in the Lenovo Workstations Group.
Aram is the co-founder, lead designer, and engineer of Predator Cycling. For the last 15 years, Predator has been forging new technology concepts in bicycle manufacturing by instituting Industry 4.0 standards, such as computer numerical control (CNC) manufacturing and 3D development. Aram has built over 1,100 bicycles, repaired over 3,000 frames, and made custom track handlebars for the 2016 Rio Olympics. Predator excels in innovation by utilizing professional softwares from Autodesk, Ansys, and KeyShot, as well as tools from NVIDIA and Lenovo. These key ingredients help streamline innovation and mechanical processes. In addition to cycling, Predator has developed dynamic manufacturing workflow programs in the medical, aerospace, and military industries.
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Date & Time: Wednesday, April 22, 2018