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The Product Innovation Congress : if you manage product design, engineering, R&D, or PLM and Design IT, go to the PI Congress in Berlin

Berlin 19th & 20th of February : the PI Congress brings world-class presenters such as Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak to Berlin. At the PI Congress you will have access to best-in-class practices from your peers and congress presenters.

Targeting the junction of R&D, Engineering, and Information Technology, the Product Innovation Congress will provide insight and inspiration for those working on product creation, development, and management. With a dual-track on design and on PLM your team members will be able to follow the right tracks which apply most to their concerns and issues.

 

 

Below is additional information and links from the Product Innovation Congress 2013 in Berlin, Germany.

 

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PI 2013 builds on the years of success of the PLM Innovation Congress, and brings it together with the exciting developments and applications in CAD, CAE and simulation.

 

Who in presenting :

  • Steve Wozniak (Apple co-founder) offers his personal insights into what it means to be innovative in 2013
  • Mark Chapman, Chief Engineer (Bloodhound SSC) speaks on designing the world land speed record
  • Jeffrey Mylenek, Design Manager, Global Industrial Design (General Motors) tells the story of how two of the world’s leading design teams at General Motors and Disney came together to reinvent Test Track, to create a unique user experience
  • Alfred Katzenbach, Director Information Technology for Engineering (Daimler AG) shares the story of how to transform an IT environment in a large enterprise

 

See the full list of speakers >>

 

And you can network and collaborate with senior-level attendees from Airbus, ABB, Bayer Consumer Care, Henkel, MAN Diesel & Turbo, Royal Philips Electronics, Tetra Pak, Nokia Siemens Networks and many other leading global companies.

See more attendees >>

Limited number of places available.