Date: Wednesday, Mar. 17th, 2021
Time: 10 am – 11 am Eastern Time
Allison Stephens, Coordinator and Professor of the Advanced Ergonomics Studies Program at Fanshawe College
Karen Banar, Technical Solutions Consultant at Siemens PLM Software
Humans aren’t always taken into consideration when modelling and planning a production process, but the rewards can be massive when this is done. This webinar will demonstrate how companies can validate the safety of their production processes and increase employee efficiency by incorporating virtual humans into their process simulations.
That’s why on Wednesday, March 17th, the team at Longterm Technology Services will host a webinar in partnership with Siemens Digital Industries to demonstrate exactly how virtual human models can transform your organization’s process planning and efficiency. For this webinar, we are proud to be joined by Professor Allison Stephens of Fanshawe College, who will discuss how new digital solutions are also changing the landscape of industrial ergonomics and safety. Professor Stephen has deep knowledge in the realm of industrial ergonomics and design, drawing on years of experience working with Tier 1 OEMs in this area.
By attending this webinar, you’ll learn how new technologies can help you
- -Optimize the ergonomic design of your work facility
- -Maximize efficiency of human-powered workflows
- -Increase safety by simulating human-machine interaction
Attendees will leave the webinar with an understanding of how to test design and operational aspects of a wide variety of human factors, including injury risk, timing, user comfort, reach-ability, line-of-sight, energy expenditure, fatigue limits, and other important parameters while modelling their production processes.
Is Human Simulation the Right Next Step for Your Company?
The best way to answer this question is to see the software in action and ask the questions that matter most to you. That’s why the team at Longterm Technology Services is hosting a one-hour webinar on Wednesday, March 17th to provide you with everything you need to determine if and how robotic and/or line simulation can move your company forward.