We will be exhibiting at the UK Intelligent Engineering Forum on 5th April 2017. Held at the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Centre (AMTC) in Coventry, UKIEF is an opportunity for us to showcase our Digital Realities Visualization Experiences to some of the UK’s leading engineering organisations.
Trevor Leeson, our Principal Technical Consultant will also be taking to the stage to discuss ‘Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality – The next generation of digitalization in product design and production.’
The UK Intelligent Engineering Forum (UKIEF) combines the very latest engineering software, inspirational speakers, and implementation experts, with the opportunity to network with other professionals managing their own Intelligent Engineering systems.
We have recently released our Visualization Experience to utilize CATIA V5 data assets in Augmented, Mixed and Virtual reality experiences – Digital Realities. We currently provide experiences on Android and Windows 10 based devices – tablets and phones, the Microsoft HoloLens head sets and the HTC Vive head mounted display. These experiences can also merge data from other databases: ERP, MES and CRM along with proprietary databases to further add value to Digital Realities.
We have been helping Engineering and Manufacturing organisations to leverage the value of their CATIA data assets for over 25 years. Our unique value is in our comprehensive application suite, technology, and knowledge gained in providing practical solutions that support CAD, Publishing, Visualization and Digital Realities formats. The processing of Model Based Definition (MBD) information is supported by all solutions, allowing us to meet many use case requirements.
Along with the Visualization Experience we will also be demonstrating a range of our latest Publish 3D-3D PDF, Multi-CAD and Visualize 3D products and solutions for CATIA users, as Theorem believe that there is no one single solution for collaboration. The right solution is determined by the individual use case and not by a particular format.
For more information visit www.theorem.com