Augmented and Mixed Reality – The next generation of digitalization in product production
The manufacturing engineering landscape is changing dramatically with a steady migration away from the use of 2D manufacturing instructions. The introduction of Model Based Definition processes is providing many options for the digitalization of the production process one of which is the use of Augmented and Mixed Reality technologies. The experience of the end user is key to the success of the implementation of AR and MR and Theorem Solutions will present the benefits of the technology and explain the key components of a solution that are required for a successful end user AR/MR experience.
Starting his engineering career working for an automotive supplier in 1970, Trevor progressed from the position of Engineering Apprentice to Assistant Chief Draughtsman responsible for the tooling design of instrumentation circuits, metal pressings and injection moulded components.
Joining Computervsion’s software services division in 1985 as an Application Engineer he advanced to the position of Technical Program Manager for the Rolls-Royce Aerospace account. In this position he managed the Rolls-Royce investment of $54.4m in CADDS5: responsible for development interfaces, product deployment, licenses & consultancy.
From 1997 – Today, Trevor has worked for Theorem Solutions in a number of technical roles, Technical Consultant, Product Manager & Consultancy & Services Director. He’s represented Theorem Solutions at a number of independent organizations including PDES & ProSTEP for STEP development as well as the ProSTEP JT Implementers Forum & Siemens JT Open Technical Review Board. His current position is Principle Technical Consultant and he works with a number of Theorem’s major automotive and aerospace accounts.