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10May2017

OPS Solutions Heading to Indianapolis for Siemens PLM Connection 2017

After recently attending Automate 2017 in Chicago, our team is going back on the road—this time to Indianapolis for Siemens PLM Connection 2017, an annual conference held specifically for PLM World members, partners and employees. Here’s a look at what we have in store for this year’s attendees.

Our CEO, Paul Ryznar, will be speaking at this year’s PLM Connection on May 10. His presentation, titled ‘Manufacturing at the Speed of Light Using Augmented Reality,’ will detail how projection-based AR can be used to increase quality and productivity in certain manual manufacturing applications.

The next day, during a series on closed-loop manufacturing, Paul will be co-presenting with Alastair Orchard, VP of Siemens PLM. The session, titled ‘A Look into the Future of Manufacturing Engineering and Execution Collaboration,’ will focus on holographic AR, projected EWIs and the use of simulation to enable time travel.

In addition to Paul’s interactive lectures, we’ll be showcasing our enterprise augmented reality solution, Light Guide Systems, in the Solutions Center Small Business Lounge. From May 8-11, conference attendees can watch live demonstrations, in which Light Guide Systems Pro will guide the assembly process of a Siemens Nanobox with cloud-based Siemens Simatic IT work instructions.

Check out a sneak preview of our Siemens Nanobox demonstration below.

If you’re planning on attending Siemens PLM Connection 2017, be sure to catch Paul’s sessions and visit our booth in the Solutions Center to watch our innovative manufacturing AR technology in action!

 

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Brian Close

Brian Close

Brian Close is the Executive Director of Sales for OPS Solutions. Brian has over 10 years of experience managing sales, manufacturing and engineering operations including managing implementation of new manufacturing equipment and processes with processes and managing $20M+ portfolio of contract engineering projects. Brian holds a BS, Materials Science & Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and a MBA from the University of Michigan.
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