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The Future of Tools - NYC What's Now at CapGemini

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Talk Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXk1O6biJSE

In this talk, I talk about why better engineering tools lead to a better world, the issues with the existing design and manufacturing system, what I've worked on a Plethora to accelerate the process, and some predictions about the future.

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The Future of Tools - NYC What's Now at CapGemini

  1. 1. The Future of Tools Nick Pinkston
  2. 2. Why care about tools?
  3. 3. Acceleration of Tech Adoption
  4. 4. How do we get better at solving problems?
  5. 5. # Iterations by Field
  6. 6. Why is hardware so slow?
  7. 7. High Complexity
  8. 8. Low Leverage Tools - Running 80’s Code
  9. 9. CAD: High Lock-in → Low Competition
  10. 10. Automation is Highly Manual
  11. 11. Manufacturing: A Complex Ecology
  12. 12. Idea Prototype Pilot Mfg. Setup Scale CAD (Autodesk) Outsourced Design (IDEO) Outsourced Manufacturing (Foxconn) ERP (SAP) Automation Integrators (Grohmann) Production Equipment Builders (Haas) MES (Hydra) Raw Materials (Kaiser)eComm Raw Materials (OnlineMetals) eComm Components (McMaster) Component Sourcing (Omnex) Product Testing (UL) Short-Run Manufacturing (Plethora)
  13. 13. Hardware is not an iPhone app!
  14. 14. Software Analogies → Hardware Problems
  15. 15. Design Debug Compile Run Test
  16. 16. Design + Debug
  17. 17. Compile
  18. 18. Run
  19. 19. Test
  20. 20. What’s the point of all this?
  21. 21. The Future
  22. 22. Design: Shape Creation
  23. 23. Shapr3D
  24. 24. Ford’s Gravity Sketch
  25. 25. VR Product Testing
  26. 26. Design: Augmentation
  27. 27. Generative Design
  28. 28. Automated front-end development using deep learning (Ashwin Kumar)
  29. 29. Generating custom photo-realistic faces using AI (Shaobo Guan)
  30. 30. Design: Shape Search
  31. 31. Design: Complex Systems
  32. 32. Simulation + Testing
  33. 33. Finite Element Analysis
  34. 34. Manufacturing
  35. 35. Full-Stack Marketplace
  36. 36. VR Training
  37. 37. Self-Programming Automation
  38. 38. Engineering Superpowers
  39. 39. Thank you!

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