“Complexity is not going to go away. But if you can harness complexity and use it as a competitive advantage, think about what you could accomplish.”
Tony Hemmelgarn, President & CEO of Siemens Digital Industries Software, will guide you through the linkage of the virtual world to the physical through ‘digital twinning’. Discover the importance of digital simulations and feedback loops, why challenging your customers might sometimes be the best way to secure their loyalty, and why exactly industrial companies will be the ones to watch over the next ten years. Plus, you’ll learn a little bit about computational fluid dynamics relating to airflow through protective masks and airplane cabins. (Trust us, it will all make sense.)
Tony Hemmelgarn is president and CEO of Siemens Digital Industries Software, a business unit of the Siemens Digital Factory Division. Prior to this appointment, he served as the company’s executive vice president of Global Sales, Marketing and Services. In that role, he worked in partnership with Siemens Digital Industries Software’s zone sales leaders to aggressively target geographic, industry and strategic corporate opportunities. Prior to that, Hemmelgarn was senior vice president and managing director for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). He has also held the United States country management position as well as serving as senior vice president of the Industry Vertical Organization. Previously, he spent eight years with Intergraph Corporation, an international software firm. He moved to Intergraph from Cad Cam Incorporated where he headed up the services division. Hemmelgarn earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology from the University of Dayton.