November 11-12, 2020 ᛫ Time TBA
ASME MBE Standards to Support the Digital Twin
Realizing the business benefits of the digital twin are at the forefront of everyone’s mind. Jennifer Herron firmly believes leaders must balance the four pillars of People, Processes, Tools, and Standards to achieve the benefits of any vision. The ASME MBE Sub-committee was formed to establish the standards needed in the Enterprise to realize a digital twin. It is an immense scope, and they have been developing terms, definitions, frameworks, and use-cases to establish the development of the pillar of standards.
Hear the latest from Jennifer Herron, ASME MBE Co-Chair, who will discuss:
- Why the MBE SC was formed (hint: it was to address challenges faced by industry)
- How the MBE SC proposes to tackle the challenges
- What activities the MBE SC are doing today, and how can you be involved and informed about those activities
Jennifer Herron is the Founder & CEO of Action Engineering, a registered Women-Owned Small Business that specializes in guiding organizations through their transformation into a Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) using Model-Based Definition (MBD). She serves on the Board of Directors of the Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC) which maintains the QIF and DMIS standards. Ms. Herron has extensive experience with hardware design for spaceflight and military systems, and as such, is an expert in multiple CAD packages (e.g. Creo, NX, SOLIDWORKS, Inventor). She holds a patent for a snake propulsion mechanism and is the author of Re-Use Your CAD: The Model-Based CAD Handbook. Because standards are the lynchpin to a digital transformation, she also serves on the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) as member of the ASME Y14.46 Subcommittee on Product Definition for Additive Manufacturing (AM), ASME Y14.47 Model Organization Practices, ASME Y14.37 Composite Part Drawings, and co-chair of the ASME MBE Steering Committee.