2017 Knowledge Aware Engineering Conference

This year’s conference will be held at the newly remodeled Cobo Center, in downtown Detroit, on September 13th and 14th

The Knowledge Aware Engineering Conference, sponsored by Auros, will show you how your organization can implement and benefit from anticipatory knowledge delivery, through Knowledge Aware Engineering. Knowledge Aware Engineering is an engineering paradigm that was developed to ensure that corporate technical knowledge is provisioned to the right engineer at the right time, delivering knowledge in the flow of your processes. From this conference, you will learn from companies that have implemented this new technology, and how it improved their workflow and knowledge capture. More specifically, you will hear about: 

  • Strategies for implementing Knowledge Aware Engineering
  • Project Experiences from Knowledge Aware Engineering
  • Lessons Learned from Knowledge Aware Engineering deployment teams
  • Insight and live demonstrations of future Knowledge Aware Engineering technology




Who Should Attend?

Anyone interested in establishing an effective and efficient engineering process should attend. This conference is structured towards officers, VPs, engineering managers, IT staff, and other upper management roles within engineering industries, including: automotive, industrial equipment, ship building, aerospace & defense, durable goods, energy, architectural & design, hospital management, and medical devices. 



Admission Cost

The cost to attend the Knowledge Aware Engineering Conference is $395 per ticket. Early Bird registration (register before July 31) will save you $140, and Advance Admission (register before August 18th) will save you $95. Auros customers are qualified for discounted rates (talk to your AE for details). For details on what is included in the cost of your ticket, click here



Conference Presenters

Here are the presenters for the 2017 Knowledge Aware Engineering Conference.

  • Tim Glaue – Engineering Design – Specialist from Caterpillar
  • Wendy Lange – Engineering Group Manager Process and Knowledge Management Transformation from General Motors
  • Jim Jaeckels Manager – Manufacturing Engineering, Plastics Bathing and Shower Doors from Kohler
  • Jeff Mayhugh  Engineering Group Lead – Navistar Technical Memory from Navistar
  • Mauro Marconcin – KBE (Knowledge Based Engineering) Manager from ZF
  • Jeff Moffa – President from Auros Knowledge Systems
  • Jeff Harding – Director of Sales from Auros Knowledge Systems
  • The Auros Application Engineering Team