Dick Slansky

Dick Slansky

Senior Analyst, PLM & Engineering Design Tools

Dick's responsibilities at ARC include directing the research and consulting in the areas of PLM (CAD/CAM/CAE), engineering design tools for both discrete and process industries, Industrial IoT, Advanced Analytics for Production Systems, Digital Twin, Virtual Simulation for Product and Production.

Office Location
Boston, MA
AI and Machine Learning
Digital Transformation, Industrial IoT, I4.0
Operational Excellence
Simulation & Optimization

Dick's focus areas include product lifecycle management (PLM), engineering design tools for plant design and infrastructure, asset lifecycle management, Industrial IoT, predictive/prescriptive analytics for production systems, digital twin, virtual simulation for product development and production systems

Dick brings over 30 years of direct experience in the areas of manufacturing engineering, engineering design tools (CAD/CAM/CAE), N/C programming, controls systems integration, automated assembly systems, embedded systems, software development, and technical project management.  Dick provides technical consulting services for discrete manufacturing end users in the aerospace, automotive and other industrial verticals.  Additionally, he focuses on engineering design tools for process, energy, and infrastructure. 

Prior to joining ARC, Dick was with the Boeing Company for over 28 years. At the Commercial Airplane Group he was responsible for the definition and implementation of a major Factory Computing Architecture initiative for the Everett Division Factory (747,767,777). Prior to this assignment, Dick was Project Manager (controls integration) for several large-scale automated assembly projects in the Everett Factory. Dick joined the Boeing Company as a Manufacturing Engineer. He spent over ten years as an N/C programmer in the area of multi-axis machine tools and advanced parametric CAD/CAM systems. He later moved to controls systems integration, robotics, and tool-path simulation. Part of this time was spent with Boeing Military and Space Systems where he developed advanced composite tape laying contour algorithms for the B-2 Stealth Bomber program.