COE 2017 Proceedings by Razorleaf
Jonathan Scott presented this technical content at COE 2017 in Orlando.
Abstract: Science got really interesting when we broke chemicals down to the atomic level – it drove a new level of understanding and opened up new possibilities. This session will discuss how breaking up traditional engineering deliverables (drawings, for example) into their atomic parts (geometry, BOMs, rev history, etc) can open up some interesting possibilities for optimizing processes. This session takes a practical look at what Dassault means when they talk abut a “data-driven” architecture.
The PowerPoint he shared is below: