The IoT is bringing about unprecedented opportunity to accelerate innovation, meet increasing consumer expectations and gain advantages in a new era of competition. But taking advantage of this opportunity requires thinking about products in new ways. IoT products are more than stand-alone devices - they are complex systems that interact with other products and systems, and involve new ways of user interaction, including web and mobile. Designing products that provide a digital experience for the end user increases the complexity in an already challenging product development process.
In this session, you can learn about the business opportunity for manufacturers associated with the IoT. We hear how Raytheon is using the latest tools and technologies to implement model-based engineering (MBE) and linking lifecycle data to:
Engineering Fellow, Raytheon
Julie DeMeester is an Engineering Fellow with Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems in Tewksbury, Massachusetts and has been with the company for over nine years, having worked Enterprise and System of Systems Architecture on a variety of Raytheon Programs. Julie is actively involved in Raytheon’s Model Based Engineering initiatives to include tools, technologies, and processes and has received training and certification in Raytheon’s prestigious Certified Architect Program, has gone through the Strategic Development Program and is a Raytheon Six Sigma Specialist.