Spatial Intelligence is the human ability to visualize with the mind’s eye. Reality capture technology allows us to add a digital version of the mind’s eye to our maintenance process and asset management tools. Imagine a world where you can find each asset at your fingertips, ensuring all your decisions, as well as your system analytics, are based on accurate documentation. Join Emad Jooghi and Sebastian Schuster of NavVis and Conner Rivard of Fluke Reliability. They’ll provide a virtual representation of how your factory floor and integration with CMMS software can result in significant time and cost savings.
Emad Jooghi, Enterprise Project Manager, NavVis
Emad Jooghi is an Enterprise Project Manager for NavVis, a Munich, Germany-based company that is the global market leader in indoor spatial intelligence technology. He joined NavVis in October 2018, and before that, he worked as product owner at a startup company in Munich. Emad graduated from the Technical University of Munich in 2019 with a master’s degree in Resource Management.
Sebastian Schuster, Experience Designer, NavVis
Sebastian Schuster is an Experience Designer at Munich-based NavVis, the expert in indoor spatial intelligence technology. For 11 years, he’s brought users and customers the best experience in all kinds of digital products. He uses his expertise to enable manufacturing enterprises to make the best use of the digital twin generated by NavVis laser scanners. His current passion is a location-aware mobile experience that enables shop-floor users to interact with the factory’s digital twin.
Conner Rivard, Senior Customer Success Manager, eMaint, Fluke Reliability
Conner Rivard is a Senior Customer Success Manager for eMaint at Fluke Reliability, a role he has held for nearly two years. Before that, he was a Tier 1 Customer Support Specialist for eMaint for about nine months, joining the Fluke Corporation in January 2018. Rivard previously worked in marketing and advertising. He graduated from Clemson University in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing.
Original session held on December 2, 2020