Principal Mechanical Engineer, Honeywell FM&T
Mr. Curtis Brown is a Professional Engineer, currently a mechanical principal engineer at the Kansas City National Security Campus (KCNSC) managed and operated by Honeywell FM&T. He received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Oklahoma State University and a MS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Kansas. He is the technology Focus Lead for Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) within KCNSC’s Simulations & Modeling Center of Excellence. He leads his company’s Digital Product Realization Enterprise team toward maturing MBE at KCNSC within the context of US Dept. of Energy's National Security Enterprise (NSE) partners. He manages an enduring project with UK’s AWE for Model-Based Design and Manufacturing. Recently, he has become the chairmen for NSE’s new MBE Committee and was elected to the new ASME MBE Steering Committee. Curtis originally hired at AlliedSignal as a Quality Engineering in support of computer numerical controlled coordinate measuring machines (CMMs) and immediately showed an interested in science-based manufacturing with a quality emphasis. He was the inventor and core programmer for the innovative model-based tolerance application through his Feature-Based Tolerancing (FBTol) Advisor tool. Curtis was the chairmen of the Dimensional Measuring Interface Standards (DMIS) committee and is the now the president of the Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC) which fosters and produces ANSI approved digital interoperability standards such as the new enabling Qualify Information Framework (QIF).
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