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Date: July 27, 2023
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Pacific)
Who Should Attend: Government, Military, and Industry at all levels who want to learn about the tenets and principles of Digital Engineering to promote change and collaboration across DoD.
Speaker:Mr. Tony Marquez
Digital Engineering is a DoD initiative to transform the way it conceives, designs, develops, delivers, operates, and sustains complex systems in a formidable and changing threat environment. Outside of DoD, digital transformation has been implemented across a range of industries to drive affordability, agility, quality, and efficiency.
This month's webinar will explore how digital engineering advancements can unleash innovations that provide an opportunity to transform the engineering practice and enable engineers to collaborate and communicate more effectively, streamline the design process, reduce costs, and improve the overall quality of engineering systems. In addition, we will discuss how digital engineering can allow for faster innovation, better decision-making, and the ability to adapt to rapidly changing technological advancements.
Mr. Tony Marquez is a chief engineer at Boeing Phantomworks in El Segundo, CA. With a passion for leading complex programs, Tony has spent the last five years developing innovative products for both space and terrestrial domains.
After graduating from the Loyola Marymount University in 2000 with a degree in Electrical Engineering and obtaining his MBA from Pepperdine University (2005) Tony honed his engineering and business acumen as an Air Force officer and then working for technical consulting firms such as Accenture and Booz Allen Hamilton. In those roles Tony has worked on technologies such as satellite communications, satellite based navigation, and ground networks. Tony then moved on the Raytheon where he developed next gen GPS receivers as a chief engineer.