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How to Accurately Forecast Costs

For Manufacturing

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This webinar originally aired on March 15th, 2017
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Join us for an exclusive webinar with Scott N. Miller, founder and CEO of Dragon Innovation, and Fictiv's Sylvia Wu, where you’ll get practical advice on how to structure your Bill of Materials in a way that enables early insight into your complete manufacturing costs.

During the webinar, you'll learn how to estimate target manufacturing costs for complex electro-mechanical products as you scale from prototype to volume production, based on Scott's experiences at iRobot and Dragon Innovation.

Webinar Hosts

Scott N. Miller
CEO & Co-founder | Dragon Innovation

Throughout Scott's career, he has worked on a robotic tuna fish, life size robotic dinosaurs for Disney Imagineering, and robotic baby dolls with Hasbro before joining iRobot where he was responsible for leading the Roomba team to scale the functional prototype to high volume production of the first 3 million units. Since founding Dragon Innovation, Scott has enjoyed working with hundreds of companies to provide expertise from DFM to factory selection, through project management and sustaining engineering.

Sylvia Wu
Manufacturing Engineer | Fictiv

Sylvia Wu is a Manufacturing R&D engineer at Fictiv. Previously, she designed consumer electronics and medical devices at companies including Apple and Amazon's Lab 126.

Sylvia has a degree in mechatronics from the University of Waterloo and specializes in mechatronics systems design as well as design for manufacturing across rapid prototyping and injection molding at mass scale.

During the webinar Scott and Sylvia will discuss:
The importance of a well structured Bill of Materials (BOM) as you transition from design to manufacturing
How to leverage data to gain important manufacturing insights
Practical tools and strategies to calculate and reduce COGS

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