At our customer event in the foundry, we experienced a practical program and concentrated knowledge packed into three exciting and vivid presentations as well as intensive networking. Impressions & Highlights:
Speaker: David Kramer, Head of Corporate Marketing, EAO AG
How EAO customers use the interactive "Digital Product Selector" to configure products such as "Emergency Stop Buttons" to meet all their user requirements. Using the interactive product selector, the company can digitally assist its online customers in assembling products that comply with standards. The solution integrates market-leading distributors to guarantee short delivery times worldwide. David Kramer, Head of Corporate Marketing, EAO AG gave you first-hand insights into preliminary considerations, decisions and project experiences - from idea to implementation.
Speakers: Marco Egli, Senior Consultant, Intelliact AG and Flurin Knellwolf, Intelliact AG
The Swiss family company EAO AG, one of the world's leading manufacturers of complete HMI operating units and systems, among other things, implemented the project together with Intelliact. Some highlights of the project are:
The intuitive, user-friendly and responsive configuration directly on the product.
The presentation provided valuable insights into 3D visualisation and augmented reality presentation of a configurable product on the web based on CAD. Marco Egli, Senior Consultant, Intelliact AG and Flurin Knellwolf, Intelliact AG, demonstrated the advantages of the interactive "Digital Product Selector" and expansion possibilities with the digital 3D models in a live demo.
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Ing. Mirko Meboldt, Professor of Product Development and Design, ETH Zurich
The support of assembly processes of complex products increases the quality of the products. By using existing and new technologies, specialists can be supported in their daily work and errors in processes can be detected at an early stage. Prof. Dr. Ing. Mirko Meboldt, Professor of Product Development and Design at the ETH Zurich, will use examples to show how the assembly process can also be optimised through the consistent use of 3D CAD data.