Webinar 2 - Human Centric Product & Process Validation

DATE: March 11th / TIME: 3pm CET/9am EST

Webinar Series: Safe, Clean & Productive Heavy Machinery
(PresseBox) ( Neu-Isenburg, )
The digitalization of product design and engineering is well accepted and practiced in most Heavy Machinery & Equipment engineering organizations—especially for those design attributes which have quantifiable standards and limits. Although when it comes to ergonomics and impact of human factors, until people can walk around, climb on, sit in, and take assemble-disassemble-reassemble the actual product, we often don’t know what to assess and what is acceptable or not.

Operating, assembling, or servicing a first-of-its-kind product or implementing new methods, we often can’t know what it is that we don’t know about that product— operators will face these challenges when interacting with products they have yet to experience. For this reason, assembly process planning has long relied on pre-production prototyping and assembly piloting to allow workers to experience and evaluate proposed assembly processes and tooling. Similarly, service and maintenance planning are most often based on previous products history or require service teardown workshops conducted on the pre-production prototypes.

Join us for our upcoming webinar, second in our series on Human Centric Product and Process Validations to see how leading enterprises conduct product integration, assembly process, and service method validations in Virtual Reality.

In this webinar you'll learn how to:
  • Discover Human-Centric Product & Process concerns addressable with Virtual Reality 
  • Identify Product Integration and Packaging issues through application of Immersive Reviews 
  • Recognize how virtual assembly and service process validations can be performed 
  • Find opportunities for virtual collaboration between distributed teams & suppliers  
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