Theorem will be taking part in ProSTEP iViP’s JT Open Day 2018

The ProSTEP iViP association is hosting its fourth JT Open Day on 5th November 2018 in Wolfsburg, Germany, and we will be presenting our current capabilities to support the JT standard as well as utilising JT data within our Digital Realities solutions.

The JT Day highlights the importance of JT as an industry-oriented, powerful, flexible and lightweight data format for the display and reuse of 3D data, and will also provide information on the use of JT as a multi-disciplinary 3D solution for the digital enterprise.

We have been developing JT solutions since 1998 and are a founder member of the JT Open program. We are particularly proud of our strong relationship with Siemens and the JT Open program, which enables our JT products and solutions to consistently keep pace with new JT enhancements and developments.

Our Digital Realities product range is a suite of client/server based applications that streamline the delivery and interactive manipulation of engineering CAD, Visualization and PLM data, including JT assets, on to the latest AR, MR and VR devices.

There are four pre-built, task specific Experiences available out of the box – Visualization, Design Review, Production Layout and Production Build-with each experience allowing you to load JT design data and quickly go to work on a wide range of devices such as MR and VR headsets, Tablets and Smartphones.

Demonstrations of the experiences will be available on the following devices:

  • Augmented Reality (AR) – Windows 10, iOS and Android Tablets and Smartphones
  • Mixed Reality (MR) – Microsoft HoloLens
  • Virtual Reality (VR) – HTC Vive and Oculus Rift

To complement our Digital Realities experiences we have also launched our Visualization Pipeline technology, which is a server based technology that rapidly processes data assets into a wide variety of formats for use in 3D Engines – Unity and Unreal, Photorealistic Rendering, Styling, other lightweight viewers, or for use in AR/MR/VR tools and applications.

Engineering and Manufacturing businesses are increasingly looking into the benefits of using AR, MR and VR to improve processes and collaboration, cut costs and make access to data easier.

Integrating these innovative technologies into existing workflows opens up new ways of working, and modernises current processes, futureproofing them as technology evolves, and ultimately saves organisations time and money in the long run.

For more information visit www.theorem.com

 

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Creo View data can now be created and shared independently of CATIA V5 with Theorem’s Visualize 3D solution

We are pleased to announce the latest release of Visualize 3D 21.2 for CATIA V5i > Creo View.

Our CATIA V5i > Creo View solution allows CATIA users, who have limited or no access to a licensed install of CATIA V5, to create and share Creo View data without needing access to a CATIA V5 license.

Licenses of vendor specific CAD applications can be expensive resources to purchase and also to maintain, so it doesn’t help when they are tied up for long periods of time on more design activities or when there aren’t enough available licenses to be able to multi-task different design projects. The CATIA V5i to Creo View product is the ideal solution for CATIA V5 users who have to supply native 3D mechanical design data in the lightweight Creo View format to customers and suppliers when limited resources are available.

Our CATIA V5i > Creo View is a uni-directional converter between the Dassault Systems’ CATIA V5 modelling application and the Creo View product viewer from PTC. It has been developed using the Spatial (Dassault) Interop Development Environment and supports all CATIA V5 revisions up to and including V5-6R2018, as well as up to Creo View 4.2.

Our strategic partnership with Spatial (Dassault) and PTC ensures that there is a parallel development between the latest releases of CATIA V5 and Creo View, and Theorem’s Visualize 3D products, allowing us to continue to provide quality and robust data solutions for CATIA V5 and Creo View users.

For more information visit www.theorem.com

 

Check out Theorem’s latest Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality Experiences at Siemens PLM Europe 2018

We are looking forward to exhibiting as a Gold partner sponsor again at Siemens PLM Europe 2018, taking place in Berlin, Germany from 29th-31st October 2018.

We are taking this opportunity to showcase our newly launched Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality Experiences for Visualization, Design Reviews, Manufacturing Build and Factory Layout- part of our Digital Realities product portfolio-that are offering new and innovative ways of utilizing design and manufacturing data for the Siemens JT and NX user.

Our Digital Realities product range is a suite of client/server based applications that streamline the delivery and interactive manipulation of engineering CAD and PLM data on AR, MR and VR devices.

Demonstrations of the experiences will be available at stand #25 on the following devices:

  • Augmented Reality (AR) – Windows 10, iOS and Android Tablets and Smartphones
  • Mixed Reality (MR) – Microsoft HoloLens
  • Virtual Reality (VR) – HTC Vive and Oculus Rift

The experience utilises existing CAD and PLM data assets from NX and JT, and can also merge data from ERP, MES, CRM and proprietary databases which adds further value to the Digital Realities application.

Engineering and Manufacturing businesses are increasingly looking into the benefits of using AR, MR and VR to improve processes and collaboration, cut costs and make access to data easier. Digital Realities is helping to make that possible with a single application.

To complement our Digital Realities experiences we have also launched our Visualization Pipeline technology, which is a server based technology that rapidly processes CAD data into a wide variety of formats for use in 3D Engines – Unity and Unreal, Photorealistic Rendering or AR/MR/VR tools, applications, and with lightweight viewers.

You will also be able to find out more about our Publish 3D suite which offers a 3D PDF publishing solution for organisations who design with NX or who want to extend the use of their JT data to create interactive 3D documentation – 3D PDF’s.

As a long standing Siemens PLM solution partner and Vendor Member of the JT Open initiative our latest productivity enhancing solutions for 3D PDF document publishing and Digital Realities portfolio are revolutionizing the way in which NX and JT users can interact with their CAD and Visualization data.

For more information visit www.theorem.com

Theorem are taking part in ProSTEP iViP and AFNeT’s STEP AP242 Day in Toulouse

ProSTEP iViP and AFNeT associations are hosting a STEP AP242 day on October 17th, 2018 at the Airbus facility in Toulouse, and we will be presenting our current capabilities to support the STEP AP242 standard and accessing the data within our Digital Realities solutions.

We have long been active members of PDES Inc and the ProSTEP iViP Association helping lead the development of STEP technology.

The event is targeting Automotive, Aerospace and Defense OEMs and suppliers, as well as PLM editors and integrators, and will focus on how to enforce the use of ISO 10303:242 and STEP standard series for an end to end 3D MBD and PLM metadata exchange to reduce collaboration cost and lead time.

Our Digital Realities product range is a suite of client/server based applications that streamline the delivery and interactive manipulation of engineering CAD and PLM data, including STEP data, on AR, MR and VR devices.

There are four pre-built, task specific Experiences available out of the box –

  • Visualization
  • Design Review
  • Production Layout
  • Production Build

Each experience allows you to optimise and utilize your STEP data using the Digital Realities – Server which can then be quickly and easily streamed to a wide range of devices for Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality, such as MR and VR headsets, Smart Glasses, Tablets and Smartphones.

Our experiences are currently available on the following devices:

  • Augmented Reality (AR) – Windows 10, iOS and Android Tablets and Smartphones
  • Mixed Reality (MR) – Microsoft HoloLens
  • Virtual Reality (VR) – HTC Vive and Oculus Rift

To complement our Digital Realities experiences we have also launched our Visualization Pipeline technology, which is a server based technology that rapidly processes CAD data into a wide variety of formats for use in 3D Engines – Unity and Unreal, Photorealistic Rendering or AR/MR/VR tools, applications and with lightweight viewers.

Engineering and Manufacturing businesses are increasingly looking into the benefits of using AR, MR and VR to improve processes and collaboration, cut costs and make access to data easier.

Integrating these innovative technologies into existing workflows opens up new ways of working, and modernises current processes, futureproofing them as technology evolves, and ultimately saves organisations time and money in the long run.

For more information visit www.theorem.com

Theorem to launch latest range of AR, MR and VR Experiences at AWE Europe 2018

We are excited to be exhibiting at AWE Europe for the first time in 2018 – we will be on stand #109 in the Sponsors Pavilion at the MOC Exhibition Center in Munich on 18th/19th October to launch and demonstrate our newest innovations in visualization and server based technology.

We will be launching our ‘Digital Realities’ range of Engineering and Manufacturing based Experiences that utilise existing CAD and PLM assets in the latest Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality devices. In addition we will also be launching the ‘Visualization Pipeline’ server technology.

Our Digital Realities product range is a suite of client/server based applications that streamline the delivery and interactive manipulation of engineering CAD and PLM data on AR, MR and VR devices.

There are four pre-built, task specific Experiences available out of the box- Visualization, Design Review, Production Layout and Production Build-with each experience allowing you to load CAD and PLM design data and quickly go to work on a wide range of devices such as MR and VR headsets, Smart Glasses, Tablets and Smartphones.

Demonstrations of the experiences will be available at stand #109 on the following devices:

  • Augmented Reality (AR) – Windows 10, iOS and Android Tablets and Smartphones
  • Mixed Reality (MR) – Microsoft HoloLens
  • Virtual Reality (VR) – HTC Vive and Oculus Rift

To complement our Digital Realities experiences we are also launching our Visualization Pipeline technology, which is a server based technology that rapidly processes CAD data into a wide variety of formats for use in 3D Engines – Unity and Unreal, Photorealistic Rendering or AR/MR/VR tools, applications and with lightweight viewers.

Engineering and Manufacturing businesses are increasingly looking into the benefits of using AR, MR and VR to improve processes and collaboration, cut costs and make access to data easier. The Visualization Pipeline is helping to make that possible with a single application.

Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality is everywhere at the moment and is making its way from the recreational gaming world into the commercial enterprise world. Integrating these innovative technologies into existing engineering and manufacturing workflows opens up new ways of working, and modernises current processes, futureproofing them as technology evolves, and ultimately saves organisations time and money in the long run.

If you are not attending AWE EU 2018 but would like more information on Theorem’s Digital Realities experiences visit www.theorem.com

Create and Share JT data independently of CATIA V5 with Theorem’s Visualize 3D

We are pleased to announce the latest release V21.2 of our CATIA V5i to JT visualization solution – part of the Visualize 3D product suite.

Our CATIA V5i- JT is a uni-directional direct database converter between the Dassault Systems’ V5 modelling application and the JT file format used by the Siemens VisMockUp visualization product. It can be packaged with our JT-CATIA V5i to create a bi-directional product. It enables users to convert all forms of 3Dimensional mechanical design geometry and assembly data, together with system defined attribute and colour information, between the CATIA V5 and JT systems.

Our CATIA V5i-JT visualization solution allows CATIA users to continue working whilst reading or writing JT data without needing access to their CATIA V5 licenses.

Licenses of vendor specific CAD applications are expensive resources to purchase and to maintain. It doesn’t help when they are tied up for long periods of time on more design activities or when there aren’t enough available licenses to be able to multi-task different design projects.

It has been developed using the Spatial (Dassault Systemes) Interop Development Environment and supports all CATIA V5 revisions from V5 R15 to V5-6R2018, as well as all versions of JT. The new Theorem UI is supported for both interactive and batch processing.

New features and enhancements to the latest version include:

  • The ability to process associated attribute data- non-graphical data such as materials and costs- and write it out into JT, providing a broader set of information that supports the CAD information.
  • The ability to control the processing of properties by use of a property mapping file. This enables the user to manipulate and filter which attribute data is exported, protecting any IP data.
  • An option to report mass property values into the progress file for review. Values such as volume, surface area and centre of gravity are now being reported in an audit log, which can be used to validate the conversion process.

Our CATIA V5i-JT solution helps to increase the productivity of CATIA users by saving time whilst at the same time freeing up expensive CAD licenses.

Our strategic partnerships with Spatial (Dassault Systemes) and Siemens ensures that the latest releases of CATIA V5, JT and Theorem’s Visualise 3D products, allow us to continue to provide quality and robust data solutions to the CAD and Visualization communities.

For more information visit www.theorem.com