Imagining Alternatives with Immersive Engineering
Kenji Suzuki is the Vice-President of AISIN AW Co., LTD. He is also holding the AISIN SEIKI Connected Sharing Solution Company President and AISIN SEIKI Chief Digital Officer concurrently. Kenji has many years of experience managing big automotive Tier 1 suppliers. He is leading to create solutions and provide values that solve social issues from Connected and Sharing services. His career started as a development engineer for automatic transmission control units. When he was Deputy Chief Officer in Engineering Division, he was responsible for starting mass-production of hybrid-electric vehicle control units, Aisin AW’s first. He subsequently held prominent positions focused on “Work Style Innovation” and established an innovative new building for the new technical center. He has also led the corporate IT department at AISIN AW. AISIN Group is the sixth largest, global Tier One supplier of automotive components and systems. A $35 billion company, Aisin Group has over 200 consolidated companies and employs approximately 120,000 people.
A cyber factory uses 3D data to duplicate quality control, trackability and production controls simulate outcomes in manufacturing. Kenji describes the “3D ticket” as an approach to metadata that bridges digital information and actual human activity for predicting and refining agile systems.