Digital Transformation Seminar Day 2 - From Physics-Driven Models to Production Deployment


On Day 2 of the Digital Transformation Seminar, we will continue with the last two technical presentations to demonstrate how MathWorks software can help you achieve your digital transformation goals. First, you’ll see how you can develop a physics-based model of your system, while leveraging work performed earlier in the workflow as required. The final presentation will show how to deploy your work to production systems, taking a pragmatic approach, such that you can deliver business value across your organization.

Time (AEDT) Day 2: From Physics Driven Models to Production Deployment

1:00 p.m.

Creating and Using Models: A Physics-Driven Approach

Simulink helps you develop physics-based dynamic models that can be used throughout your entire development workflow. Learn how you can build these models, use them systematically, and unlock value to your business along the way.

1:45 p.m.

Driving Organisational ROI with Deployment

Learn how to drive significant organizational return on investment through wide deployment.  MathWorks’ deployment tools allow you to push your existing models, with little or no further work, to operationalise analytics, control edge devices and adaptively respond to changes in process flows.

2:30 p.m.

End of Day

About the Presenter

Ruth-Anne Marchant is a Senior Application Engineer specializing in Simulink, and Model-Based Design. Since joining MathWorks in 2015, her focus is on supporting customers adopt Model-Based Design with Simulink. Prior to joining MathWorks, Ruth-Anne worked in the Canadian aerospace industry as a control systems engineer. Ruth-Anne holds a BASc in computer engineering and an MASc in electrical and computer engineering, both from the University of Waterloo, Canada, specializing in control systems.

Dr Peter Brady is a Senior Application Engineer accelerating MathWorks customers’ engineering and scientific computing workflows. Prior to joining MathWorks, Peter worked in computational fluid and thermodynamics as well as high performance computing for several defence and civil contractors. Peter has a PhD and BE from the University of Technology Sydney and is currently working with customers in applied maths, cloud scale computing and data analytics.

Alex Shin is a Principal Software Engineer at MathWorks. He specialises helping customers in the area of simulation, verification and automatic code generation, primarily for clients in the aerospace, defence, automotive and IA&M industries. His recent work includes defining verification and code generation process and implementation of Model-Based Design tools in large organizations. Mr. Shin received Bachelor’s degree from University of New South Wales in mechatronics engineering.

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