This class will introduce attendees to the Fusion Connect development platform. You will learn how to model a digital twin of your machine assets, and (using a little business logic, along with our point-and-click tools) you will learn how to build an Internet of Things application that turns your data into actionable events-visual status and graphs that you can capitalize on to collect operational feedback instantaneously from your customers and improve design, or build unique value business offerings based on your products. This session will feature Fusion Connect.
- Understand the Fusion Connect object model
- Learn how to build basic applications based on real-world products
- Learn how to create a rich application reporting interface
- Learn how to emulate real-world data without connecting a single device
After several years’ experience in the manufacturing industry involved in maintenance services and product design, working with and supporting Autodesk software, Allan O’Leary joined the Data Management Team at Autodesk, Inc., in 2008 where he focuses on the delivery and implementation of Vault software products. He is currently a product manager working out of the San Francisco office focused on Vault software and the equally exciting Fusion Connect Internet of Things (IoT) platform. When not working, he spends his time, running, watching sports, and managing a well-below-standard fantasy football team.
Brian Sherman is a senior software engineer on the Fusion Connect Team at Autodesk, Inc., based in the San Francisco office. He joined this team in 2014, and focuses on a number of areas, such as general development of the Internet of Things (IoT) cloud service, writing cloud adapters, training others on the use of the platform, and building customer solutions. Sherman has a bachelor’s degree in computer science and political science from the University of California, Berkeley. Outside of the office, Sherman is an avid sports fan, but as a supporter of the Oakland Athletics, Oakland Raiders, Los Angeles Lakers, and the California Golden Bears, he spends most of his days thoroughly disappointed with his teams. Sherman is an active alumnus in his fraternity, and spends much of his time debating politics, enjoying the city nightlife, and lamenting the futility of his fantasy football team.