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

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Theorem’s Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality Experiences to be showcased at GPDIS 2018

Our participation for the 5th consecutive year at the Global Product Data Interoperability Summit 2018 taking place in Phoenix, Arizona 17th -20th September 2018 underscores our commitment to providing first-class interoperability solutions for the worldwide aerospace industry.

You’ll find us this year on stand #29, where we will be demonstrating our latest visualization innovation that utilises existing CAD and PLM assets in Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality devices – known as Digital Realities.

Digital Realities is an out of the box, data and device agnostic, task focused application delivering engineering and manufacturing experiences to the latest digital technologies for:

  • Visualization
  • Design Reviews
  • Manufacturing Build
  • Factory Layout

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.

Our Principal Technical Consultant Trevor Leeson will be giving a presentation on ‘The Challenges of Working with Digital Twins’, which will discuss how to exploit your existing CAD & PLM assets within the emerging world of Augmented Reality, and the use of digital twin technology for design review, service & maintenance and manufacturing activities.

The experiences utilise existing CAD and PLM data assets from CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE, CATIA V5, CREO, Inventor, JT, NX, SolidWorks and STEP and can also merge data from ERP, MES, CRM and proprietary databases which adds further value to the experience.

By making these low cost devices accessible, and democratising the use of AR, MR and VR technology, Theorem’s Experiences are opening up an entirely new way to interact with Engineering and Manufacturing data up and down the supply chain.

The Digital Realities App currently supports 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

Stop by stand #29 and try out the experiences on the devices for yourself.

We will also be available to offer expert advice on our range of 3D PDF document publishing solutions, CAD Visualisation solutions and STEP translators which all offer significant benefits to aerospace OEMs and supply chain networks.

For more information visit www.theorem.com