Heavy equipment manufacturers face increasing challenges around site safety, environmental health, plus internal and external challenges to efficiency. As the industry moves towards machines that provide zero harm, zero downtime, and zero emissions, there is increasing pressure from competition, regulators, and customers to meet and exceed expectations. As if that isn’t enough, technology is changing rapidly, too, with increased electrification, automation, and connectivity. Next Generation Design.
Next Generation Design
The next generation of machines requires a next-generation design solution that removes the barriers to innovation with an integrated set of design and validation tools.
You will learn how to:
- Reduce weight and cost at the same time with advanced design and manufacturing techniques.
- Streamline the design of modern connected machines with an integrated electromechanical design solution.
- Evaluate trade-offs and refine your designs early on with integrated validation and simulation tools.
Director, Heavy Equipment, Siemens Digital Industries Software
Since 2012, Hendrik Lange is part of the Siemens DI SW Industry Organization. Beginning of the year, Hendrik was appointed as the Industry Lead for the Heavy Equipment Industry. Before that, he supported the Industry Lead for the Automotive & Transportation Industry as Director of Automotive & Transportation. Previously to these assignments, he was responsible for Automotive Industry Marketing in EMEA and worked in different roles in Pre-Sales, Post-Sales, and Business Consulting in Germany. Before joining Siemens in 1999, Hendrik worked for EDS in Germany and Charlotte, NC. He holds a Masters’s Degree (Dipl.-Ing.) in mechanical engineering.
Marketing Manager, Siemens Digital Industries Software
Thomas Spangler is the Senior Marketing Manager of Product Engineering Software. Tom has more than 25 years of experience in CAD and CLM, including 15 years in design, IT, and data management in the automotive industry at both the OEM and supplier levels. Tom completed his master’s degree in Business Administration in 2006 and joined Siemens in 2008 as a marketing manager. He has created and contributed to multiple product launches, marketing campaigns, and other initiatives.