How did the HUMMER H2 product development team break product & process development rules to meet top safety and durability goals and succeed as GMs fastest car program ever?
Bill Knapp, HUMMER H2 Program Engineering Manager, General Motors Corporation will describe processes and technologies used to achieve record-breaking results at daratechiDPS AUTO2003, June 9-10, 2003 at the Hilton Novi in Novi, Michigan.
daratechiDPS2003 is dedicated to informing automotive and off-highway OEMs and tier 1 supplier chief engineers, vice presidents and directors overseeing product development, product managers, platform managers, program managers, engineering and CAE department heads and managers, technical directors, test-and-measurement department heads and managers and others about getting near-term cost, quality and cycle time benefits from digital simulation and prototyping technologies and processes.
Other Keynotes and Panelists include:
Dr. Tim Davis, Henry Ford Technical Fellow, Quality Engineering, Ford Motor Company
John Givens, GM Powertrain Director, Synthesis & Analysis, General Motors Corporation
David Knapp, Director, Product Creation Architecture, Ford Motor Company
Theo Kaster, Global Chief Engineer, CAE-NVH Chassis Systems, TRW Automotive
Dr. Thomas P. Gielda, Distinguished Technical Fellow, Visteon Climate Systems
Henry Hodges, Jr., President, Nevada Automotive Test Center
Dr. Agus Sudjianto, Manager, V-Engine Engineering Analytical Powertrain, Ford Motor Company
Dr. Robert V. Kolarik II, Project Manager, Process Technology - Alloy Steel, The Timken Company
Robert L. Geisler, Engineering Supervisor, Suspension & Powertrain Mounting, CAE & Validation, General Motors Corporation
Larry Michaels, Staff Development Engineer, General Motors Corporation
Discover Strategies to:
Strengthen analytical-to-physical correlation to cut costs, reduce risk
Simulate and engineer the subjective attributes that sell cars
Revamp processes to hit systems performance targets
Optimize supplier-OEM exchange of analysis and verification data
Integrate mechatronics, control systems and 1-D simulation
Achieve Six Sigma Quality through intelligent digital prototyping
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SAVE $100! Automotive and off-highway manufacturers and suppliers: Register by April 30th to save $100! To register, see: https://secure.daratech.com/bin/idps2003.cgi.
Intelligent Digital Prototyping Strategies for Automotive & Off-Highway
June 9th–10th, 2003
The Hilton Novi
Please contact Carol Foss at (+1) 617.354.2339 x3142 with any questions about this conference or to register by phone.