Join us for a 3D CIC: Home Edition virtual event on April 28, 2021, to learn how Honeywell FM&T has progressed its model-based enterprise by focusing on roadmapping, standards, and people.
Tune in for a deep dive into the following topics around building a digital enterprise within manufacturing operations:
- The importance of establishing where you are and where you want to go
- How to gain traction within a large organization and keep focused on the goals
- The part that model-based standards play
- The importance of empathizing with the hourly worker in your plans
This message will resonate with manufacturing engineers, quality engineers, and anyone championing continuous improvement and fresh approaches to MBD in their organization.
Live audience Q&A will follow the presentation.
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
9:00 am Mountain ᛫ 11:00 am Eastern
Can’t make it to the live event? Watch the broadcast on April 29 at 1:00 pm MT.
Mr. Curtis Brown is a long-time champion for digital product realization, from model to metal to measure. He is a lead mechanical engineer and MBE Focus Lead at the Kansas City National Security Campus (KCNSC) managed and operated by Honeywell Federal Manufacturing and Technology. He is the chairmen for National Security Enterprise’s MBE Committee and a major contributor to the NSE’s next generation of the MBE Maturity Index. His “real work” history is as Quality Engineer supporting numerical controlled coordinate measurement machines (CMMs) and science-based manufacturing with a quality emphasis. He was the inventor of the model-based tolerance application Feature-Based Tolerancing (FBTol) Advisor tool. Curtis is the President of the Digital Metrology Standards Committee (DMSC) which fosters and produces ANSI approved digital interoperability standards such as the Qualify Information Framework (QIF). His recent attention is towards transforming product realization organizations from a file-centric, 2D drawing-based business to a part-centric, model-based digital enterprise.
Curtis W. Brown
Lead Mechanical Engineer
Action Engineering is hosting a series of free virtual events for the MBE community. These sessions leading up to 3D CIC feature industry experts, vendor interviews, and group discussions. Find out more at 3DCIC.com.