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LiveWorx 2017

Start Your Engines: Designing, Racing, and Winning with Richard Childress Racing

Session Description

Ever wonder how NASCAR drivers outpace the competition? Hear directly from Dr. Eric Warren, Vice President of Competition at Richard Childress Racing, who has helped RCR drivers visit Victory Lane more than 20 times! You’ll get a behind-the-scene look at how RCR designs, manufactures, and races high-performance cars and engines that are built to win using their fully-integrated Vertical Manufacturing Operation. From designers to the pit crews, RCR’s closed-loop design strategies allow each member of the team to analyze data, surface new ideas, and make adjustments on the fly, all to outperform the competition. This session is not to be missed!


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Smart Connected Product Design
IoT
Learn how RCR designers are using closed-loop feedback from design to the track to build wining products
Learn how RCR is using a smart connected design strategy to move faster than the competition
Learn how RCR integrates analysis at every phase of the product lifecycle
Case Study
45 minutes
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