Saturday, May 28, 2016

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HP officially launches Jet Fusion printer

Posted: 27 May 2016 01:07 PM PDT

Printing at 21-micron density at 30 million drops per second. The high-end density comes at a high-end price. HP's entry into the 3D printing business has been one very long introduction. They started talking about it more than two years ago on a high level; information on the website has become increasingly detailed. The company [...]

Friday, May 27, 2016

Autocad Interface

Autocad Interface


At Autodesk Montreal

Posted: 27 May 2016 07:21 AM PDT

The Autodesk office in Montreal is the home of 3ds Max and various other video effects and game-related technologies. It also has fun spinny chairs in their open area. Ideal for making silly animated GIFs. Because Friday. Next week I'll be making a big push to make sure all things VR-related are ready for the Forge DevCon. We're in the home stretch: there's still time to sign up, if you're able to be in San Francisco in mid-June!

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HP adds chromatic red ink to new DesignJet Z-series printers

Posted: 26 May 2016 07:00 AM PDT

GIS pros are a target of the new vibrant red, designed for durable media such as maps. HP has added new models to its line of professional inkjet printers with new 24-inch and 44-inch models with six-ink printing and the option of a new chromatic red ink. HP says the six-ink printing system in the [...]

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Autocad Interface

Autocad Interface


At the Autodesk Technical Summit 2016

Posted: 26 May 2016 03:27 AM PDT

So far it's been a great few days in Montreal at this year's Autodesk Tech Summit. The event just keeps getting bigger: we're now up to 750 attendees over a 3-day conference with around 150 speakers. I spoke on the first day about using the View & Data API to enable VR – something I'll be talking about again at the Forge DevCon, for external attendees. I'm happy with how the session went – it was a fun crowd. Here's a selfie posted by a couple of people who came along… The rest of the day was spent in...

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Extended PC buying cycle drove the add-in board market in first quarter

Posted: 25 May 2016 01:13 AM PDT

AMD gains market share on Nvidia. The market for add-in graphics boards (AIB) increased in the first quarter of 2016, according to the latest market report from Jon Peddie Research. AMD gained market share for the fourth consecutive quarter. Quarter-to-quarter AIB shipments increased 4.8% and 5.8% year-to-year. The JPR AIB Report tracks computer add-in graphics [...]

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Programação API Autodesk Inventor

Programação API Autodesk Inventor


Do You Know About the Forge DevCon Workshops?

Posted: 25 May 2016 08:20 AM PDT

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The Forge Devcon is quickly approaching on June 15-16.  However, the day before on June 14, there are some workshops that you're invited to.  That fact that there are some workshops is a bit hidden on the website so I wanted to point them out so that if you're coming to conference you can schedule an extra day before the conference begins and attend.  The best place to learn more about the workshops is on the registration site.  The workshops are free but you need to register because there is limited room.

Here's a quick overview of the topics that will be covered, and the schedule:

Model Derivative and Viewing API Workshop - 10am-4pm.

In this workshop, you will work through a tutorial of the basic steps you need to display a 2D or 3D design on your webpage. The basic tutorial will take approximately 2 hours, the remainder of the time will be spent expanding your knowledge of these  APIs by either working on your own project or working on one of our preset challenges – with help from the instructors.

Fusion 360 Client API Workshop - 10am-4pm

In this workshop, you will learn the APIs and basic steps needed to create your first Fusion 360 API in the language of your choice (JavaScript, Python or C++). The basic tutorial will take approximately 2 hours. The remainder of the time will be spent expanding your knowledge of the Fusion 360 APIs by either working through one or more advanced tutorials or samples or working on your own project– with help from the instructors.

Design Automation (a.k.a. AutoCAD I/O) API Workshop - 10am-4pm

In this workshop, you will learn the APIs and basic steps needed to create your first Design Automation application. The basic tutorial will take approximately 2 hours. The remainder of the time will be spent working on your own project– with help from the instructors.

Photo-To-3D (a.k.a. ReCap Photo API) Workshop - 6.00pm-9.00pm (Location - 60 Spear Street, San Francisco, CA)

In this workshop, you will learn the APIs and basic steps needed to incorporate 3D Photogrammetry into your application. The workshop will also include advice on achieving the best results.

I'll be hosting the Fusion 360 Client API Workshop and would be happy to see you there, although it's a great schedule and will be hard to choose which one to attend.

-Brian

Pre-DevCon Workshops

Posted: 25 May 2016 02:32 AM PDT

In case you did not spot this on the Forge DevCon site, the day before the conference we are also organizing workshops that you're welcome to attend - including a Fusion 360 API workshop with Brian and a few of us :)

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See you there! :)

-Adam

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

ENOVIA Keys to 3DEXPERIENCE – France User Group Meeting

ENOVIA Keys to 3DEXPERIENCE – France User Group Meeting


ENOVIA Keys to 3DEXPERIENCE – France User Group Meeting

Posted: 24 May 2016 01:01 PM PDT

Want to know what’s new with ENOVIA?

Attend our France-based User Group Meeting at the Dassault Systèmes HQ with our guest speakers this year to learn & have your voice heard:

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This year’s ENOVIA Keys to 3DEXPERIENCE, located at the Dassault Systèmes campus in Vélizy just outside of Paris, is a 1 day FREE meeting attracting users and influencers from key companies across Dassault Systèmes ENOVIA's ecosystem.

Join our extended team of experts and your professional peers for a fun-filled, collaborative, educational and inspirational experience.  By attending this unique meeting, you will:

  • Learn what’s new with ENOVIA R2016x, and the strategy of the future
  • Learn the latest around DELMIA implementation
  • Explore how customers are adopting the 3DEXPERIENCE platform as a business framework to drive sustainable growth
  • Collaborate with your peers and our experts
  • Learn the latest around PLM Analytics with EXALEAD
  • Connect with ENOVIA R&D

 

All the details are on our dedicated landing page at this link HERE.

We can’t wait to see you in France this July and hear your story and experience sharing!

Need some reasons to go? Hear what other users that have attended in the past in this video:

Click here to view the embedded video.

Additionally, we have a number of other events planned for this year around the world.  Check out our calendar events in our ENOVIA community on 3DSwYm for all the links and details then add to your calendar.

Programação API Autodesk Inventor

Programação API Autodesk Inventor


Appearance properties

Posted: 24 May 2016 02:41 AM PDT

There is an article related to Appearance's and a sample script installed with Fusion 360 that shows how to access Appearances from the libraries and assign them to objects in the model: "ApplyAppearanceToSelection.py"

In some cases you may want to drill down into the properties of the Appearance's which are used in the model, to find e.g. the texture that is being used by a given Appearance.
The following Python sample only shows how to access the name and value of the properties, but there are more than that available. If you look at the Property object in the online help file, then in the "Derived Classes" section you'll see that quite a few other objects are derived from that. If you wanted to access all the properties then you'd need to handle all of them and check all their properties: http://help.autodesk.com/view/NINVFUS/ENU/?guid=GUID-db167e70-665f-4101-ba3c-3bcc88000fc7

import adsk.core, adsk.fusion, adsk.cam, traceback    def exportProperties(properties, indent, outputFile):      for prop in properties:          if type(prop) is adsk.core.AppearanceTextureProperty:               outputFile.writelines(indent + prop.name + "\n")              try:                  exportProperties(prop.value.properties, indent + "  ", outputFile)              except:                  outputFile.writelines(indent + "  Couldn't get sub properties\n")            elif type(prop) is adsk.core.ColorProperty:              if prop.value:                  color = prop.value                   outputFile.writelines(indent +                       "red = " + str(color.red) +                       "; green = " + str(color.green) +                       "; blue = " + str(color.blue) +"\n")          else:              outputFile.writelines(indent + prop.name + " = " + str(prop.value) + "\n")        def run(context):      ui = None      try:          app = adsk.core.Application.get()          ui  = app.userInterface            fileDialog = ui.createFileDialog()          fileDialog.isMultiSelectEnabled = False          fileDialog.title = "Get the file to save to"          fileDialog.filter = 'Text files (*.txt)'          fileDialog.filterIndex = 0          dialogResult = fileDialog.showSave()                         if dialogResult == adsk.core.DialogResults.DialogOK:               fileName = fileDialog.filename          else:               return                          design = app.activeProduct                    with open(fileName, 'w') as outputFile:              for appearance in design.appearances:                  outputFile.writelines(">>>>> " + appearance.name + " <<<<<\n")                  exportProperties(appearance.appearanceProperties, "  ", outputFile)                    except:          if ui:              ui.messageBox('Failed:\n{}'.format(traceback.format_exc()))  

You will get something like this:

>>>>> Oak - Semigloss <<<<<    Material Type = 0    URN =     Emission = False    Reflectance = 0.06027025    URN =     Emissive Luminance = 0.0    red = 255; green = 255; blue = 255    URN =     Depth = 0.5    red = 255; green = 255; blue = 255    URN =     Translucency = False    red = 255; green = 255; blue = 255    URN =     Anisotropy = 0.0    URN =     Image      Couldn't get sub properties    URN =     NDF = surface_ndf_ggx    Image      Source = /Users/adamnagy/Library/Containers/com.autodesk.mas.fusion360/  Data/Library/Application Support/Autodesk/Common/Material Library/16021701/  slib/resource/1/Mats/wood_oak_bump.jpg      URN =       Amount = 0.003      Amount = 1.0      Bump Type = bumpmap_height_map      Sharing = common_shared      red = 80; green = 80; blue = 80      Tint = False      Link texture transforms = False      Map Channel = 1      Map Channel = 1      UVW Source = 0      Offset Lock = False      Offset = 0.0      Offset Y = 0.0      Sample Size = 18.0      Size Y = 36.0      Scale Lock = True      U Offset = 0.0      Horizontal = True      U Scale = 1.0      UV Scale = 1.0      V Offset = 0.0      Vertical = True      V Scale = 1.0      Rotation = 0.0    URN =     Rotation = 0.0    URN =     Roughness = 0.2    URN =   

-Adam

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A mixed quarter for graphics chips

Posted: 24 May 2016 01:17 AM PDT

AMD increased notebook market share from last quarter, while Nvidia saw a tiny market share increase year-over-year. The GPU market and the PC market in general continued to slide as users and corporations have stretched out their refresh rates, says Jon Peddie Research. Reporting on sales of graphics chips to computer manufacturers for the first [...]

CorelDraw Graphics X8 Suite as full of goodies as ever

Posted: 23 May 2016 07:00 AM PDT

A pioneer in PC graphics keeps its user base happy. By Kathleen Maher CorelDraw first shipped in 1989. It is one of the seminal software programs of the Windows era, which officially kicked off with the shipment of Windows 1.0 in 1985. At around the same time, Adobe introduced Illustrator (1987) and Photoshop (1988). During [...]

Monday, May 23, 2016

Autocad Interface

Autocad Interface


Connecting points to curves by the shortest distance in AutoCAD using .NET &ndash; Part 2

Posted: 23 May 2016 02:29 AM PDT

In the last post we saw a simple command that connects a block with a curve via a line that starts at the insertion point and meets the curve at its closest point. In this post we're going to see how we can search the modelspace for the nearest curve and connect each block to that. There are a few interesting techniques used in this post's code: We use the dynamic keyword to count the block references for a particular block without starting a transaction (as we're still in the user input phase, at that point). We're going to...

Saturday, May 21, 2016

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Autodesk Q1 revenue down, as expected

Posted: 20 May 2016 03:01 AM PDT

Transition to subscriptions is going well, but the short-term revenue hit remains strong. Autodesk (ADSK: NASDAQ) has reported first quarter results for fiscal 2017 that are in line with its long-term forecast for moving revenue from product purchases to subscriptions. During this transition, quarterly revenue is impacted because more revenue is recognized over the course [...]

Friday, May 20, 2016

Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA and SIMULIA CEOs Gear Up for Science in the Age of Experience – Boston, May 23-25

Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA and SIMULIA CEOs Gear Up for Science in the Age of Experience – Boston, May 23-25


Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA and SIMULIA CEOs Gear Up for Science in the Age of Experience – Boston, May 23-25

Posted: 20 May 2016 07:29 AM PDT

Re-printed from Dassault Systèmes North American blog, Navigate the Future

 

As Dassault Systèmes gets ready to launch its Science in the Age of Experience conference in Boston next week, we caught up with CEOs of the two Dassault Systèmes software brands that will be the focus of this new gathering of the scientific community. Max Carnecchia, CEO of Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA and Scott Berkey, CEO of Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA spoke to us about how their solutions, powered by Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE platform, impact science, research and business.

This is the first time that our SIMULIA and BIOVIA brands are collaborating to deliver a joint customer conference. What industry challenges can Dassault Systèmes address with the two brands?

Max Carnecchia, CEO of Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA

Max Carnecchia, CEO of Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA

Max Carnecchia: Along with all the Dassault Systèmes software brands, BIOVIA and SIMULIA create an 'experience environment' that drives innovation. Organizations that are innovating through science need a partner that can help them navigate the full multi-scale spectrum of physics relative to innovation – from the atomic, nano-scale and micro-scale levels all the way up to systems modeling, and across biology, chemistry and materials science. Dassault Systèmes is the only company that offers customers across multiple industries the "atoms-to-product," multiscale and multiphysics modeling and simulation capabilities necessary to unlock the true value of precision medicine, additive manufacturing, advanced materials and more.

 

Scott Berkey, CEO of Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA

Scott Berkey, CEO of Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA

Scott Berkey: An easy way to think of it is this: With SIMULIA, you can model and simulate what you can see – bridges, tires, toothbrushes, seat belts. With BIOVIA, you can model and simulate what you can't see – molecules, chemical reactions, materials at the quantum level. Between the two of us, we offer a unique combination of technology to go from 10-9 (atoms) to 10+4 (cities) and everything in between – all based on science, physics, mechanics, chemistry, and quantum behavior. Academics today are using these techniques in research to both design real-world macroscopic objects the way we think of today, but to also design the very materials these objects are made of. This will become commonplace and offers us an opportunity to substantially expand the range of what is possible. These joint solutions are needed to solve the most difficult problems in energy sustainability, resource utilization, and urban planning.

Why is the BIOVIA brand important to science?

Max Carnecchia: BIOVIA is a brand filled with highly dedicated, trained and skilled employees who have chosen careers in science. We model the virtual world in such a way as to make the physical world more efficient and manageable. Integration with Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE platform enables BIOVIA to support and develop systemic collaboration, project management, data and content reuse, traceability and other processes, applications and integrations that are absolutely critical to science-driven customers and industries. The bottom line is: We create an unmatched scientific innovation environment that helps science-driven companies develop better products faster and more cost effectively across research, development, QA/QC and manufacturing.

And what about SIMULIA? Why is SIMULIA important to science?

Scott Berkey: Society needs rapid deployment of the key innovations that pure science is providing us today. The link between the science within BIOVIA and the product world within SIMULIA is crucial to providing a framework to accelerate turning research into practical advancements that can affect all of us. Within the common environment provided by the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, scientists and engineers can share data and methods, collaborate, learn, model and experience the entire range of behaviors in science and engineering. SIMULIA allows both engineers and scientists to understand the macroscopic behaviors of their innovations and design. By providing technology that simulates our world, SIMULIA provides a virtual mirror that mimics the real world and provides real insight in a way that trial-and-error physical testing alone cannot provide.

What will attendees walk away excited about? What are some of the most exciting things they will see or learn?

Max Carnecchia: I'm most excited for the networking opportunities with scientific innovators from many science-based organizations, as technology bred from science is catalyzing valuable business and technology initiatives today. Attendees will also gain important insights into the current and future directions of the scientific domains we support from the noted scientific and industry luminaries who will be presenting. Finally, our customers will walk away with a better understanding of our product roadmaps and the best practices that inform our solutions and applications.

Scott Berkey: There is a revolution going on in simulation today. SIMULIA has been talking about it for several years now. Historically, simulation was often done in the back rooms of the engineering department to validate existing designs as a supplement to expensive and time-consuming physical testing. Models were built by an expert, one-by-one from beginning to end, on that expert's local computer. The revolution sweeping our industry today takes simulation from a post-design validation exercise and moves it upfront into the center of design. Models and simulations that are being performed during design are enabling us to discover design points that could not be found in any other way. In this new world, simulation leads and powers innovation. This theme will be explored in depth at Science in the Age of Experience along with the technology, the platform, and the innovator that makes it possible.

 

By Sharon Rodger, a member of Dassault Systèmes North America marketing team.

Autocad Interface

Autocad Interface


Connecting points to curves by the shortest distance in AutoCAD using .NET &ndash; Part 1

Posted: 20 May 2016 02:30 AM PDT

A question came into the LISP forum during Wednesday's Answer Day. It related to a really interesting task: to take certain blocks in a drawing and connect them to the closest polyline via a perpendicular line. It took me a little while to understand, but basically the problem relates to pipeline design: there are gully posts – represented as blocks – that need to be connected to pipelines (polylines) in the drawing. They need to be connected by the shortest path, which will be perpendicular to the pipeline (assuming the pipeline is long enough, of course). It was too...

Thursday, May 19, 2016

“Child Dreams: 2016 Tour” plus 1 more

“Child Dreams: 2016 Tour” plus 1 more


Child Dreams: 2016 Tour

Posted: 19 May 2016 06:03 AM PDT

Enjoy the video done in 2014 with Dassault Systèmes collaboration:

Click here to view the embedded video.

Let’s stay tuned to the next adventure in 2017!

Design for Manufacture & Assembly (DfMA): Manufacturing Process to Improve Building Delivery

Posted: 19 May 2016 05:00 AM PDT

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Richard Kelly, Operations Director for buildingSMART International

Richard Kelly, Operations Director for buildingSMART International

We interviewed Richard Kelly, Operations Director for buildingSMART International, to get his take on the Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) trend in AEC Industry.

The concept of DfMA was developed in the 1970s as a structured way of making product development more efficient.

Today, however, DfMA is one more manufacturing concept that is transforming the efficiency with which buildings are brought to market.

While it's not a new concept, it is gaining greater acceptance as new technology allows for improved communication among AEC practitioners.


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Review this Slideshare to learn more about buildingSMART’s perspective on BIM & DfMA:

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When applying this concept to the AEC industry, DfMA is about taking a holistic view of a building to determine the best way of making it.

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It has as its goal the efficient production of a high-quality, cost-effective facility that, despite its mass production of certain processes, still provides the variety the client desires.

To understand how this is accomplished, it's important to understand the two main components of this approach.

Breaking Down the Approach

Design for Manufacturing Assembly refers to the creation of manufacturing processes that are capable of producing a desired product. This is not about creating the highest-quality product — it's about creating the means to cost-effectively and efficiently create the highest-quality product.

According to Kelly, DfMA aims to create a series of components that can be put together in various ways, thereby providing both efficiency and variety in product creation. It's a process well-suited for construction because it's geared toward quickly producing a variety of parts.

In this approach, one might see:

  1. Component sharing, swapping or mixing to make distinctly different products.
  2. Common interfaces that allow different components to easily fit together.
  3. A "cut to length" type modularity where variety can be created by a few different sizes.
  4. A busbar-type of modularity where different components fit into a common framework.

[Adapted from Mass Customization: The New Frontier in Business Competition]

Together, DfMA encourages collaboration among the trades to manage interfaces, eliminate clashes, and more effectively capitalize on innovative offsite practices. DfMA can be made more efficient still when combined with a Lean approach that reduces wasteful practices.

Benefits of a DfMA Approach

Through DfMA, contractors can identify when to take work offsite to put it into a Lean factory environment and how to achieve better flow for the elements that are on site. This leads to various improvements that each contribute to reduced costs and tighter overall scheduling.

Among the benefits are:

  1. More predictable installation. A DfMA approach also looks to eliminate components, since more parts means greater potential for assembly problems. It also requires tolerances among various trades to be agreed upon in the early design stage. Therefore when components do arrive at the job site, they all interface correctly.
  2. Higher quality components. Since much of the project assembly is done in a clean factory environment, the end product can be of higher quality than what's produced onsite. Also there is opportunity for better quality materials which, as a piece part might be more expensive, but overall the costs are saved through less construction time and reduced lifetime maintenance.
  3. Improved worksite safety. This prefabrication focus means that fewer trades are required onsite, and the site aspects are better illustrated and the workspace is more predictable, which leads to improvements in both safety and logistics.

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on a construction project” @buildingSMARTIn @3DSAEC

Benefits also carry over to the building's operation and maintenance, including:

  1. This holistic design approach gives consideration to providing easy-access for maintenance or end-of-life component replacement.
  2. Because the DfMA approach relies on the use of modeling tools it is simple to pass building information on to the owner and operations team. Owners then have at their disposal information guiding decisions on preventive maintenance and predictable insight into the asset's performance through its life.

The Need for Early DfMA Buy-In

To effectively use a DfMA strategy, all parties must contractually agree to this approach at the onset of the project. Such was the case in the design of Heathrow Airport Terminal 5C, a DfMA project cited by Kelly.

The owner wanted to improve worksite safety, but the DfMA approach demonstrated cost and quality benefits for the terminal construction as well.

Aspects of the facility were designed as a combination of flat-pack and volumetric solutions. Tolerances were taken out of ground level and component parts were made in the factory on an optimized flow line then delivered to the site as needed. The aircraft to terminal nodes were assembled by six onsite workers at a rate of two weeks for each of the 12 stands.

Approximately 33,000 hours of labor were removed from the site.

Overall, the delivery schedule was shortened by 75 percent, which led to approximately £2.5 million ($3.6 million USD) in operational savings.

Factors Preventing DfMA Adoption

Elements of this approach have been used in AEC for decades, but they have not yet been cohesively linked, nor is it routine for each of these elements to be used in the design, build and operation of a facility.

According to buildingSMART, one of the chief elements holding back more widespread adoption of DfMA is the lack of open, shareable data. Numerous companies work on any given project, but without a common platform or data standard (i.e. Industry Foundation Class, IFC) for sharing information, each trade is working in a silo. There is no sharing of tolerances and other data that can improve a project's assembly and future maintenance.

Forward-thinking designers, contractors and subcontractors — as well as owners who encourage preferred partners to adopt the technology necessary to succeed in a DfMA approach — stand to gain significant benefits.

In addition to reduced schedules and costs, and higher levels of job site safety, the client stands to gain a documented process that describes how to maintain the facility and dispose of it at the end of its life.

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Related Resources

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WHITEPAPER: End-To-End Collaboration Enabled by BIM Level 3: An Architecture, Engineering & Construction Industry Solution Based on Manufacturing Best Practices

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SLIDESHARE: BIM to support DfMA and Lean Construction


 

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ODA brings cloud-based rendering to CAD developers

Posted: 18 May 2016 01:28 AM PDT

Teigha Cloud offers an independent cloud platform to build web-based applications. The Open Design Alliance (ODA) has introduced a production release of Teigha Cloud, its framework for visualizing engineering data on the Web. This new platform offers CAD developers a new platform for developing Web-based CAD-related applications. Teigha Cloud allows engineering drawings to be rendered [...]

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Visit Dassault Systèmes’ Booth at DAC in Austin

Visit Dassault Systèmes’ Booth at DAC in Austin


Visit Dassault Systèmes’ Booth at DAC in Austin

Posted: 18 May 2016 01:46 PM PDT

Dassault Systèmes is a Key Exhibitor at Design Automation Conference (DAC) 2016 taking place at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, TX on June 5-9!

53dac_logo_mediumStop by and visit Dassault Systèmes at DAC 2016 in Booth #548 where we’ll be hosting customer sales meetings and featuring our High Tech Silicon Thinking Industry Solution Experience.

The Design Automation Conference (DAC) is the premier conference devoted to the design and automation of electronic systems (EDA), embedded systems and software (ESS), intellectual property (IP) and automotive systems/software.  6,000 attendees come from all over the world to learn about products and solutions that bring additional value to the industry. This audience represents decision-makers at all levels of the buying process from the leading semiconductor, computer, telecommunication, consumer electronics and advanced automotive electronics AustinConventionCentercompanies.

To learn more about DAC, go to:  www.dac.com

To register for DAC, go to:  https://dac.com/content/registration