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Session 1: Design

Using Sustainability to Gauge Your Operational Efficiency

Traditionally, the engineering industry has used the term “sustainability” to label initiatives aimed at minimizing the ecological impact of doing business. Today’s digital engineering software tools enable users to simulate the product lifecycle from concept development, design, and production, to after-sales repair and maintenance. The ability to virtualize work reduces the time, energy, and resources required for real-world iterations.

In this session, Israr Kabir, Senior Manager, Emerging Technologies at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), discusses how concepts like digital engineering, model-based engineering, and digital twins are converging as the natural evolution of well-established lean practices and enhanced organizational sustainability.

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Speaker/Presenter: Israr Kabir

Senior Manager, Emerging Technologies
ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)

About Israr

Israr is a Senior Manager, Emerging Technologies at ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers), within the Strategy and Innovation office. He helps to ensure the society’s activities and solutions enable the advancement and adoption of digital tools and systems to facilitate the analytics-driven transformation of industrial organizations. Previously, he has held numerous engineering positions, including Engineering Manager for commercial lighting solutions at Cooper Lighting (Eaton), Engineering Manager and Product Design Engineer for specialty rail fastening systems at Pandrol USA, and Manufacturing Engineer at Southco Inc. where he designed and implemented manufacturing assembly equipment across North America, Mexico, and Asia. With his industry background, he is experienced in both traditional and advanced manufacturing processes, product design, machine design, PLM system management, additive manufacturing, and lean manufacturing methodology. Israr received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Lehigh University and an MBA from the University of Delaware.

Moderator: Kenneth Wong

Senior Editor
Digital Engineering

Design and Simulation Resources

In this Special Focus Issue we take a look at AI-based design/simulation, as well as other new developments in the software industry.

Learn how a unified approach to design and multidisciplinary simulation combined with HPC can accelerate electric vehicle design.

In the May issue of Digital Engineering, we take a look at new simulation innovations, and provide coverage of the AMUG conference, the ASSESS Congress, cloud-based PLM, and the hidden cost of post-processing for 3D printing.

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