Gan Wang with Dassault Systemes (3ds)

Industrial Talk is onsite at the OMG Quarterly Standards Meeting and chatting with Gan Wang, Ph.D, Vice President, System Engineering Ecosystem at Dassault Systemes about Virtual Twin and the critical impact it will have on industry. Tune in and hear more about the importance of simulation and the power behind the Virtual Twin technology.

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00:04

Welcome to the industrial talk podcast with Scott Mackenzie. Scott is a passionate industry professional dedicated to transferring cutting edge industry focused innovations and trends while highlighting the men and women who keep the world moving. So put on your hard hat, grab your work boots,

00:21

and let's go. Alright, once again, thank you very much for joining industrial talk. And thank you so much for your support. We are on site, Austin, Texas, Q4, the OMG working groups, you know, I gotta improve upon that Gatling gun. I just do. It's easier for conferences. But this one's so unique. This one's so special. And I'm just telling you, it is. I can't even tell people to put it on there. They have to be a part of OMG. See, see, the struggle I go through this is this is my struggle, I'm living the struggle. But this platform is dedicated to all industrial professionals around the world, because you are bold, brave, you dare greatly. You're changing lives, therefore, you're changing communities and you're changing the world. We celebrate you onto this platform each and every day in the hot seat. We have a gentleman by the name of Gan Wang, Dassault Systemes. I'm gonna I'm gonna put you in a bit of messy you can see that it's all good. And we're gonna be talking a lot about stripping, you just need to stay tuned, because this guy understands let's get cracking. See, see? How do you say the company's name?

01:26

The hassles

01:29

Dassault. And then

01:33

Wang, Wang. Working for Dassault Systemes

01:37

working for there it is summed it up just in a great way. So with that said, give us a little background into who you are. Oh, wow. And dazzle people don't don't don't let them down because you are a dazzling individual. Oh.

01:57

Thank you, first of all, thank you for inviting me. And it gave me this opportunity. This, you know, so excited to be here. Yeah.

02:05

Now now seeing it again, we have this conversation all the time. And it's it's a debate. It's really about me and my learning and the listeners learning, and you are the hero. So you know what that take that and run with it. Yeah, that cape. So, background their account? Yes.

02:22

So like I said, I'm going along, working for Dassault systems. So if they had to practice with you. So So my role is a the focal point with the liaison between Dassault systems in the systems community, including orangey or object management. So so as a part of my job, a sort of gauge the strategic alliance between OMG initiatives and our own strategy and the coordinate our resources and efforts to support LMT initiatives and and task forces. Right. But most of all, yeah, go ahead. Yeah. You know, I want to be a good representative company to brand companies capabilities.

03:21

And you definitely don't let anybody down. That's for doggone Sure. Because you are definitely not doing that. All right, Dassault systems. Let's just help the listener understand who they are what, what is, yeah, so

03:34

decile systems, is a software company. But as a technology solution provider, right through is the 3d experience platform, we have end to end solutions for digital engineering, product design, architecture, manufacturing, for the entire system lifecycle. So this is the environment we provide to our customers, so that they can create digital twin and create a wonderful solutions with our platform.

04:09

So so if I was a, who are your customers, like not, I don't want names. I just want to know who would be coming to Dassault systemes. Yeah,

04:19

so I had to look it up. Right? We have amazingly, I was floored over 300,000 corporate customers. Oh, no way. Exactly. And they are from 11 different industries. over some, like over 130 different countries. Oh, just amazing. So so far, we've been in business Oh, since early 80s 80s. Right. And and you know, everything that you see and you feel in your life, you know, whether you fly you drive you live chances are the price barracks with the environment. It was built and designed, built by our solutions. Yeah, it's as amazing. I had to study it up myself.

05:11

Wow. See, that's it's, that's what makes this opportunity to talk to people is this this is the aha moments like, I didn't know that. So but, but if I was a, I'll come to you. I'm Dassault, I'm Scott Mackenzie, I need to go to Dassault, because I have this idea. I have this, I need I have this idea of a system. Is that how it starts? What? How did that, um, just helped me understand the interaction between the customer and Dassault?

05:40

Great, right. So so so our engagement with our customers, just like you said, interactive, right. So we're part of the, their life and the part hours, right from the very start from the their business model, their company strategy, from their product strategy, we're very much engaged, right? So we're not like, you know, in a transactional relationship, I need x, therefore I provide x, but we're part of you the customer, right? We understand your technology roadmap, you product offerings, so we then strive on the hardest to provide the right kind of solution to enable you for your products and services.

06:30

I'm glad. I'm glad that's the case. Because I mean, I wouldn't even know where to begin. I mean, and hit always blows my mind. The other thing that blows my mind, and that's why you're here, you're the liaison that represents Dassault is, is that a lot of what you're talking about, of course, require some sort of standards, it's, it's It can't just go off like the wild west over here, you've got to be able to sort of have some standards and saying this is how we approach it. This is what makes it different. What? And because we've have OMG, but you're a part of other what, Congress or what consortium, are you a part of? Right? Don't call them committees don't. Stephens gonna go? Don't do? What part of that what Consortium? Are you?

07:21

Yes, so so a part of the OMG, the standard development organization, we've been there for many years, close to 20 years. We're also part of the Digital Twin Consortium. This is the consortium dedicated for to development, and deployment and adoption, digital twin technology. We're also part of something called an area augmented reality for enterprise our lines. This is about the immersive technology, which will have some expertise in and trying to help to promote that adoption of that technology.

08:00

See, I was having a conversation. It was when we start talking about augmented reality with digital twin we this is this is really fascinating stuff. And it is requires because it's I can't is it, it's still relatively new. Yes. So you still have to begin to debate what those standards need to be in line. So you're speaking here, what are you speaking on?

08:28

So So yes, yes, I thank you for mentioning that.

08:32

It's right there. SPEAKER And it's in red and gray.

08:36

Right? I was asked to to present it at the plenary of tomorrow. So I'm going to talk about something called the Virtual twin. And this is a companion concept to digital twin, which represents, essentially, a technology will methodology that using the virtual representation that real to really simulate and predict and experience the real in the virtual environment is all about experience. Right? It's about what you can, as a driver or rider in a car would experience today or in the future that you haven't experienced in a virtual environment without up in the car.

09:25

Okay. Okay. So what we have is you have a, what do you call virtual twin? Yes. You popped in simulation so you can, I can, and I'm trying to create a very simple use case, you pulled up a car, so I'm in a car, but it's a virtual car. And then I can then experience sort of that simulation in that car or whatever it might be, but I have to go and then I can change it because it is a simulation. I can just, well what about this one? What about changing it this way? Or whatever it? Is that got all a part of it? Yes.

10:04

Yes, absolutely. It's all part of it. Right. So, so you think about, you know, the transportation industry is really going through a transformation. Right? Right, it is no longer about cars were driving, you know, you think about, if you just close your eyes, imagine where it's coming, where has come from the last decades, right? And to where it's going. It's no longer about driving. It's about mobility, how you actually, you know, commute or transport from point A to point B in a environment by which is defined by your own preference, how you want to enjoy the ride, right? And if you want to drive or you do want to be driven, and if you're driven in an autonomous mode, what would you do? Why don't you write that journal? Right? And can we imagine something that's unimaginable? Right? Can we do 10? We come a fly, maybe not, but that we can try it. You know, if you want to try that in the real car, you might get into trouble, but not in the virtual environment.

11:21

See, this is this is what makes this organization there's so few organizations with all these individuals. So amazing, because it's not just the fact that you're coming up with your, it's that it's the dreaming and then putting it into reality. You're just like, Okay, we're going over to this bar. We're going to have some drinks here, but we're going to talk about some stuff and be able to sort of really dream in that sense. That's just, that's just amazing. Yeah. So here's my dream. To do a podcast in a self-driving car. Uh huh. Virtually Yes. He's like, Yeah, absolutely. I'll check it

11:59

out. I absolutely. You know, you know, you know, how about come to Paris, come to our Tesla headquarters will sit you in that environment? Yeah. Yeah. And you can do a podcast from there. Right? Yeah. And then and say, Hey, what about this? What about that? Seriously? Yes. You know, we can simulate through all different kinds of real-world scenarios, some real, some imagined, but that's fine. And that's how you push the boundary of techno.

12:34

You're amazing. That's just amazing stuff. Yeah, I just my so so you're going to be talking about that. Your Board of Directors, I see that two

12:47

of what have OMG. The company that the body that? Oh, gotcha, gotcha that manages all the consortium in Korean OMG, the standard development organization.

13:02

Okay, I got that. I just saw that. But now I'm moving on again. So here we are, we're getting to creating a virtual, well, virtual twin. You're creating simulations, but then you can take that simulation and then put it into reality. It's like, it's like, okay, we've, we've tested, we've used all of the simulation tools and whatever, and then we can put it in. It works. Let's do it. Right. And then that's where, then that's a whole another level of Well, yeah, I mean, you got it here. You're saying That's right. There's, there's a cost effectiveness. Like if I can simulate it over here and get it all tweaked? And

13:43

correctly, then yes, absolutely. You hit it right on the head, right. So why do we do this? Why we do this, right. As you know, we talked about early on your iPhone is small, but it's so complex is so complex, not anybody, not everybody can do it, right? Only one company that can do it. Right. But that is just a case in point of the world we live in today. Everything's getting so complex. Right? So complex. Yeah. And so so you know, the product development cycle getting long, longer. And it gets a lot more expensive today, right? So applying the virtual twin technology would actually, you know, reduce the cost. And when you actually build it, you have a higher level of confidence, you're actually doing it right, you're actually doing the right thing in the first place. Right. And then with the reduce costs, and most importantly, reduce cycle time, so you don't turn right you can actually deliver the capability in the users hands much sooner. Not only that, once they have it, you can in real time to get the real experience there. Aida back to the virtual world. Continuously upgrade, improve that experience, and tighten that cycle of improvement.

15:09

See that? Look at me. I'm on duty. Now. See what was interesting because I had this conversation with somebody. And I said, it's just getting more complex, just in general, just just the world what you guys talk about here, what you're addressing, it's just, sometimes it's overwhelming. It's a it's so complex, you see it, you've seen it. But just the the principles or the concepts behind simulation and being able to do it and tweaking it there. And that, to me, is a brilliant approach to a complex type of world. I just think it's amazing. It was just like an epiphany. It's like, yeah, I get it. Yeah.

15:50

It absolutely, absolutely. I mean, and I think, what are we going to, it's going to be a combination of a real versus cost, plus virtual, we're going to live in there. Not only as a designer, but the end user, right? Yeah. And today, you have a lot of virtual reality, technology, or life already, without noticing that, right. And so I, you know, I'm not, you know, I'm the predictor. You know, I don't have this, you know, with all of these conferences, but I was saying that the virtual component in our lives is going to become the more without us knowing.

16:30

So here's the funny thing. It's not funny. So our son has a VR goggles, right? And I'm gone. What is it? Right, what? So what? And he had this driving, right, just a driving game? And I know, it's beyond that. But it's, it was just so immersive. It is, it's like you can truly create, and there's some, there's some pushback, there's some people saying, is that good for you? Okay, that's, that's way beyond my paygrade however, but the reality is, is that there's that ability to be able to truly simulate something, get it home did, and then put it into a sort of a real, I just think it's brilliant.

17:15

Right? Right. It's just to think about it. If you drive me the real car, and somehow you have avatar in the virtual world and guide you through an enriching experience. Now we're talking about actually using a product actually experience the environment, you have this virtual environment. So it's not only limited to the design and build phase, it is really in the operational in your user experiences. And, you know, the potential respondents, right, so, you know, it makes us all feel like, wow,

17:53

don't you want to be younger, I want to be young.

17:55

I know, I want to relive this life.

17:57

I just, it's sort of interesting, because the technology is available to make it happen. And even that, just the the ability that the computing capability is just getting better and better. And being able to do this is just to help support these endeavors. Yeah,

18:15

exactly. With the cloud and Azure computing, you don't even know you don't you don't even know what happened, but you don't care. Do you? Know, you want your experience?

18:26

Yeah, that's exactly correct. And putting on the old hat, and it was just like, when you got these systems today in the cloud that that improvements just happened. It's like, hey, check that up. That's better. Just just merely go about the business and it's okay, that's better.

18:43

That's better. I like it. That's better. That's right. Yeah. Amazing how things work together on a small piece of real estate right here.

18:57

We just did it. Maybe it's just me, but I am always amazed at that. That has just happened. Yes. Just does. You're amazing. Gan. Well, no. I'm the professional. People get a hold. Oh,

19:16

yes. It's very easy. Yes. My first name Gan.Wang@3ds.com.

19:29

Check it out. I got it. I'm looking at your cart. You're a doctor too.

19:34

Thank you very much,

19:35

doctor. You were absolutely spectacular. We could have had this conversation going on and on and on. And I'm gonna take you up on the Paris trip. Yes. You don't go away. We're gonna be right back. All right, listeners. We're going to wrap it up. I'm going to have all of the contact information for gone out on industrial talk, you know that you got to reach out to this guy. He will blow your mind. Like you can Mind. It's exciting. All right, we're gonna be right back. Stay tuned.

20:05

You're listening to the industrial talk Podcast Network.

20:11

Two words mind blowing. Gan wants to hustle systems. You got to check them out. I mean, this is amazing stuff. I mean, these individuals like Gan, Team Dassault, and others at OMG. And I see at all of those consortiums, they're thinking through the solutions, they're, they're solving problems. They're putting little guardrails around it because you need to have standards associated with this rapidly changing technology, industrial technology world, you just have to and you need individuals like Gan and others to help you on that journey. That was fantastic. Also, you need to consider, do omg.org Look at what they have to offer. Participate be a part of the growing network of really insightful professionals, which is doing amazing things. My mind always goes kaboom, kaboom. All right, we're gonna have a lot more so there's there's gone and others are happening at OMG and, and IIC. And then all of the consortiums, they're going to be more coming from this particular quarterly meeting. So stay tuned,

21:29

you're not going away.

Transcript

00:04

Welcome to the industrial talk podcast with Scott Mackenzie. Scott is a passionate industry professional dedicated to transferring cutting edge industry focused innovations and trends while highlighting the men and women who keep the world moving. So put on your hard hat, grab your work boots,

00:21

and let's go. Alright, once again, thank you very much for joining industrial talk. And thank you so much for your support. We are on site, Austin, Texas, Q4, the OMG working groups, you know, I gotta improve upon that Gatling gun. I just do. It's easier for conferences. But this one's so unique. This one's so special. And I'm just telling you, it is. I can't even tell people to put it on there. They have to be a part of OMG. See, see, the struggle I go through this is this is my struggle, I'm living the struggle. But this platform is dedicated to all industrial professionals around the world, because you are bold, brave, you dare greatly. You're changing lives, therefore, you're changing communities and you're changing the world. We celebrate you onto this platform each and every day in the hot seat. We have a gentleman by the name of Gan Wang, Dassault Systemes. I'm gonna I'm gonna put you in a bit of messy you can see that it's all good. And we're gonna be talking a lot about stripping, you just need to stay tuned, because this guy understands let's get cracking. See, see? How do you say the company's name?

01:26

The hassles

01:29

Dassault. And then

01:33

Wang, Wang. Working for Dassault Systemes

01:37

working for there it is summed it up just in a great way. So with that said, give us a little background into who you are. Oh, wow. And dazzle people don't don't don't let them down because you are a dazzling individual. Oh.

01:57

Thank you, first of all, thank you for inviting me. And it gave me this opportunity. This, you know, so excited to be here. Yeah.

02:05

Now now seeing it again, we have this conversation all the time. And it's it's a debate. It's really about me and my learning and the listeners learning, and you are the hero. So you know what that take that and run with it. Yeah, that cape. So, background their account? Yes.

02:22

So like I said, I'm going along, working for Dassault systems. So if they had to practice with you. So So my role is a the focal point with the liaison between Dassault systems in the systems community, including orangey or object management. So so as a part of my job, a sort of gauge the strategic alliance between OMG initiatives and our own strategy and the coordinate our resources and efforts to support LMT initiatives and and task forces. Right. But most of all, yeah, go ahead. Yeah. You know, I want to be a good representative company to brand companies capabilities.

03:21

And you definitely don't let anybody down. That's for doggone Sure. Because you are definitely not doing that. All right, Dassault systems. Let's just help the listener understand who they are what, what is, yeah, so

03:34

decile systems, is a software company. But as a technology solution provider, right through is the 3d experience platform, we have end to end solutions for digital engineering, product design, architecture, manufacturing, for the entire system lifecycle. So this is the environment we provide to our customers, so that they can create digital twin and create a wonderful solutions with our platform.

04:09

So so if I was a, who are your customers, like not, I don't want names. I just want to know who would be coming to Dassault systemes. Yeah,

04:19

so I had to look it up. Right? We have amazingly, I was floored over 300,000 corporate customers. Oh, no way. Exactly. And they are from 11 different industries. over some, like over 130 different countries. Oh, just amazing. So so far, we've been in business Oh, since early 80s 80s. Right. And and you know, everything that you see and you feel in your life, you know, whether you fly you drive you live chances are the price barracks with the environment. It was built and designed, built by our solutions. Yeah, it's as amazing. I had to study it up myself.

05:11

Wow. See, that's it's, that's what makes this opportunity to talk to people is this this is the aha moments like, I didn't know that. So but, but if I was a, I'll come to you. I'm Dassault, I'm Scott Mackenzie, I need to go to Dassault, because I have this idea. I have this, I need I have this idea of a system. Is that how it starts? What? How did that, um, just helped me understand the interaction between the customer and Dassault?

05:40

Great, right. So so so our engagement with our customers, just like you said, interactive, right. So we're part of the, their life and the part hours, right from the very start from the their business model, their company strategy, from their product strategy, we're very much engaged, right? So we're not like, you know, in a transactional relationship, I need x, therefore I provide x, but we're part of you the customer, right? We understand your technology roadmap, you product offerings, so we then strive on the hardest to provide the right kind of solution to enable you for your products and services.

06:30

I'm glad. I'm glad that's the case. Because I mean, I wouldn't even know where to begin. I mean, and hit always blows my mind. The other thing that blows my mind, and that's why you're here, you're the liaison that represents Dassault is, is that a lot of what you're talking about, of course, require some sort of standards, it's, it's It can't just go off like the wild west over here, you've got to be able to sort of have some standards and saying this is how we approach it. This is what makes it different. What? And because we've have OMG, but you're a part of other what, Congress or what consortium, are you a part of? Right? Don't call them committees don't. Stephens gonna go? Don't do? What part of that what Consortium? Are you?

07:21

Yes, so so a part of the OMG, the standard development organization, we've been there for many years, close to 20 years. We're also part of the Digital Twin Consortium. This is the consortium dedicated for to development, and deployment and adoption, digital twin technology. We're also part of something called an area augmented reality for enterprise our lines. This is about the immersive technology, which will have some expertise in and trying to help to promote that adoption of that technology.

08:00

See, I was having a conversation. It was when we start talking about augmented reality with digital twin we this is this is really fascinating stuff. And it is requires because it's I can't is it, it's still relatively new. Yes. So you still have to begin to debate what those standards need to be in line. So you're speaking here, what are you speaking on?

08:28

So So yes, yes, I thank you for mentioning that.

08:32

It's right there. SPEAKER And it's in red and gray.

08:36

Right? I was asked to to present it at the plenary of tomorrow. So I'm going to talk about something called the Virtual twin. And this is a companion concept to digital twin, which represents, essentially, a technology will methodology that using the virtual representation that real to really simulate and predict and experience the real in the virtual environment is all about experience. Right? It's about what you can, as a driver or rider in a car would experience today or in the future that you haven't experienced in a virtual environment without up in the car.

09:25

Okay. Okay. So what we have is you have a, what do you call virtual twin? Yes. You popped in simulation so you can, I can, and I'm trying to create a very simple use case, you pulled up a car, so I'm in a car, but it's a virtual car. And then I can then experience sort of that simulation in that car or whatever it might be, but I have to go and then I can change it because it is a simulation. I can just, well what about this one? What about changing it this way? Or whatever it? Is that got all a part of it? Yes.

10:04

Yes, absolutely. It's all part of it. Right. So, so you think about, you know, the transportation industry is really going through a transformation. Right? Right, it is no longer about cars were driving, you know, you think about, if you just close your eyes, imagine where it's coming, where has come from the last decades, right? And to where it's going. It's no longer about driving. It's about mobility, how you actually, you know, commute or transport from point A to point B in a environment by which is defined by your own preference, how you want to enjoy the ride, right? And if you want to drive or you do want to be driven, and if you're driven in an autonomous mode, what would you do? Why don't you write that journal? Right? And can we imagine something that's unimaginable? Right? Can we do 10? We come a fly, maybe not, but that we can try it. You know, if you want to try that in the real car, you might get into trouble, but not in the virtual environment.

11:21

See, this is this is what makes this organization there's so few organizations with all these individuals. So amazing, because it's not just the fact that you're coming up with your, it's that it's the dreaming and then putting it into reality. You're just like, Okay, we're going over to this bar. We're going to have some drinks here, but we're going to talk about some stuff and be able to sort of really dream in that sense. That's just, that's just amazing. Yeah. So here's my dream. To do a podcast in a self-driving car. Uh huh. Virtually Yes. He's like, Yeah, absolutely. I'll check it

11:59

out. I absolutely. You know, you know, you know, how about come to Paris, come to our Tesla headquarters will sit you in that environment? Yeah. Yeah. And you can do a podcast from there. Right? Yeah. And then and say, Hey, what about this? What about that? Seriously? Yes. You know, we can simulate through all different kinds of real-world scenarios, some real, some imagined, but that's fine. And that's how you push the boundary of techno.

12:34

You're amazing. That's just amazing stuff. Yeah, I just my so so you're going to be talking about that. Your Board of Directors, I see that two

12:47

of what have OMG. The company that the body that? Oh, gotcha, gotcha that manages all the consortium in Korean OMG, the standard development organization.

13:02

Okay, I got that. I just saw that. But now I'm moving on again. So here we are, we're getting to creating a virtual, well, virtual twin. You're creating simulations, but then you can take that simulation and then put it into reality. It's like, it's like, okay, we've, we've tested, we've used all of the simulation tools and whatever, and then we can put it in. It works. Let's do it. Right. And then that's where, then that's a whole another level of Well, yeah, I mean, you got it here. You're saying That's right. There's, there's a cost effectiveness. Like if I can simulate it over here and get it all tweaked? And

13:43

correctly, then yes, absolutely. You hit it right on the head, right. So why do we do this? Why we do this, right. As you know, we talked about early on your iPhone is small, but it's so complex is so complex, not anybody, not everybody can do it, right? Only one company that can do it. Right. But that is just a case in point of the world we live in today. Everything's getting so complex. Right? So complex. Yeah. And so so you know, the product development cycle getting long, longer. And it gets a lot more expensive today, right? So applying the virtual twin technology would actually, you know, reduce the cost. And when you actually build it, you have a higher level of confidence, you're actually doing it right, you're actually doing the right thing in the first place. Right. And then with the reduce costs, and most importantly, reduce cycle time, so you don't turn right you can actually deliver the capability in the users hands much sooner. Not only that, once they have it, you can in real time to get the real experience there. Aida back to the virtual world. Continuously upgrade, improve that experience, and tighten that cycle of improvement.

15:09

See that? Look at me. I'm on duty. Now. See what was interesting because I had this conversation with somebody. And I said, it's just getting more complex, just in general, just just the world what you guys talk about here, what you're addressing, it's just, sometimes it's overwhelming. It's a it's so complex, you see it, you've seen it. But just the the principles or the concepts behind simulation and being able to do it and tweaking it there. And that, to me, is a brilliant approach to a complex type of world. I just think it's amazing. It was just like an epiphany. It's like, yeah, I get it. Yeah.

15:50

It absolutely, absolutely. I mean, and I think, what are we going to, it's going to be a combination of a real versus cost, plus virtual, we're going to live in there. Not only as a designer, but the end user, right? Yeah. And today, you have a lot of virtual reality, technology, or life already, without noticing that, right. And so I, you know, I'm not, you know, I'm the predictor. You know, I don't have this, you know, with all of these conferences, but I was saying that the virtual component in our lives is going to become the more without us knowing.

16:30

So here's the funny thing. It's not funny. So our son has a VR goggles, right? And I'm gone. What is it? Right, what? So what? And he had this driving, right, just a driving game? And I know, it's beyond that. But it's, it was just so immersive. It is, it's like you can truly create, and there's some, there's some pushback, there's some people saying, is that good for you? Okay, that's, that's way beyond my paygrade however, but the reality is, is that there's that ability to be able to truly simulate something, get it home did, and then put it into a sort of a real, I just think it's brilliant.

17:15

Right? Right. It's just to think about it. If you drive me the real car, and somehow you have avatar in the virtual world and guide you through an enriching experience. Now we're talking about actually using a product actually experience the environment, you have this virtual environment. So it's not only limited to the design and build phase, it is really in the operational in your user experiences. And, you know, the potential respondents, right, so, you know, it makes us all feel like, wow,

17:53

don't you want to be younger, I want to be young.

17:55

I know, I want to relive this life.

17:57

I just, it's sort of interesting, because the technology is available to make it happen. And even that, just the the ability that the computing capability is just getting better and better. And being able to do this is just to help support these endeavors. Yeah,

18:15

exactly. With the cloud and Azure computing, you don't even know you don't you don't even know what happened, but you don't care. Do you? Know, you want your experience?

18:26

Yeah, that's exactly correct. And putting on the old hat, and it was just like, when you got these systems today in the cloud that that improvements just happened. It's like, hey, check that up. That's better. Just just merely go about the business and it's okay, that's better.

18:43

That's better. I like it. That's better. That's right. Yeah. Amazing how things work together on a small piece of real estate right here.

18:57

We just did it. Maybe it's just me, but I am always amazed at that. That has just happened. Yes. Just does. You're amazing. Gan. Well, no. I'm the professional. People get a hold. Oh,

19:16

yes. It's very easy. Yes. My first name Gan.Wang@3ds.com.

19:29

Check it out. I got it. I'm looking at your cart. You're a doctor too.

19:34

Thank you very much,

19:35

doctor. You were absolutely spectacular. We could have had this conversation going on and on and on. And I'm gonna take you up on the Paris trip. Yes. You don't go away. We're gonna be right back. All right, listeners. We're going to wrap it up. I'm going to have all of the contact information for gone out on industrial talk, you know that you got to reach out to this guy. He will blow your mind. Like you can Mind. It's exciting. All right, we're gonna be right back. Stay tuned.

20:05

You're listening to the industrial talk Podcast Network.

20:11

Two words mind blowing. Gan wants to hustle systems. You got to check them out. I mean, this is amazing stuff. I mean, these individuals like Gan, Team Dassault, and others at OMG. And I see at all of those consortiums, they're thinking through the solutions, they're, they're solving problems. They're putting little guardrails around it because you need to have standards associated with this rapidly changing technology, industrial technology world, you just have to and you need individuals like Gan and others to help you on that journey. That was fantastic. Also, you need to consider, do omg.org Look at what they have to offer. Participate be a part of the growing network of really insightful professionals, which is doing amazing things. My mind always goes kaboom, kaboom. All right, we're gonna have a lot more so there's there's gone and others are happening at OMG and, and IIC. And then all of the consortiums, they're going to be more coming from this particular quarterly meeting. So stay tuned,

21:29

you're not going away.

About the author, Scott

I am Scott MacKenzie, husband, father, and passionate industry educator. From humble beginnings as a lathing contractor and certified journeyman/lineman to an Undergraduate and Master’s Degree in Business Administration, I have applied every aspect of my education and training to lead and influence. I believe in serving and adding value wherever I am called.

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