There are a couple of trends in today’s world. One of them is that machines are becoming more complex and software is becoming an important part of every machine. Think about self-driving cars and attempts to land a rocket vertically. Now, there's a big gap between the software design for the machine and the CAD design. With a self-balancing robot as a goal, the speaker tried to bridge this gap and tried to validate the software design within Inventor software. With this approach we could extend the Digital Prototyping philosophy and make a true full-digital prototype. To get an idea of the project, take a look at the fusion gallery: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYaE5-zlq8g
- Learn how to simulate a self-balancing robot within Inventor DS
- Learn how to use this technology to solve real-world challenges
- Discover what the speaker has tried and what didn't work
- Discover the future of making machines
David joined the Autodesk Distribution 8 years ago. Right form the start he had a passion for all kinds of simulation and picked up technologies along the way. As a technical specialist he visits a lot of companies to advise them on improvements on their workflow using a brought Autodesk portfolio, mainly, but not only focusing on simulation. He also delivers trainings to the resellers in Europe to get the complete channel up and running.