Ryan Gelotte holds degrees in Plastics Engineering Technology and Mechanical Engineering Technology from Penn State Erie, The Behrend College. His career over the years has included a focus on all aspects of plastic part design and manufacturing, including mold design, as well as expertise in PTC’s various CAD and PLM systems. In fact, Ryan started his career as an Applications Engineer for PTC (1998-1999) and over the years has provided training, support, and consulting services on PTC’s products for several companies.
Ryan’s experience in engineering systems, product design, and manufacturing have been instrumental in preparing him for the many challenges that come with implementing a Model-Based Enterprise. With the multiple dynamics inherent in the engineering discipline, Ryan thrives in finding new and better ways to accomplish superior results both in engineering and manufacturing operations by defining Model-Based processes.
“Bringing Ryan on to the Action Engineering team is a excellent complement to our existing talent. He will be attending various conferences in 2018, and we invite our industry peers to connect with him out in the field,” said Jennifer Herron, CEO of Action Engineering.
“I’ve known Jennifer and her team for a number of years, crossing paths at industry conferences and workshops. The work they are doing to bring Model-Based Enterprise to the forefront is a perfect fit for my experience and expertise,” said Ryan Gelotte.
About Action Engineering
Action Engineering specializes in guiding organizations to effectively and efficiently implement model-based engineering and model-based definition. They provide MBE/MBD process-based strategies, using a wide variety of CAD software tools. Action Engineering concentrates in educating organization leaders and subject matter experts to document and tailor their business practices to be compatible with CAD, PDM, and PLM techniques. Action Engineering advises companies in: 3D standards and recommended practice, designer modeling efficiency, CAD configuration management, MBE/MBD training, CAD interoperability, and digital thread collaboration using Technical Data Packages.
For more information, visit https://www.action-engineering.com.