5G Concerns and Opportunities at IoT World 2019

Video report from IoT World 2019, One-Click VR from Luxion KeyShot, ASSESS Congress set for October

Anxieties and opportunities around 5G at IoT World 2019, One-Click VR from Luxion KeyShot, ASSESS Congress set for October

Hugh Jedwill, managing director, North America, Global Innovation Lab, Kimberly-Clark, discusses the changing consumer experiences and expectations in the IoT Era at IoT World 2019.

Report from IoT World 2019

With attendees estimated at 12,500, IoT World 2019 took place in Santa Clara, California—the heart of the Silicon Valley.

Many keynote presentations revolve around upcoming 5G connection. Some speakers express concerns that the U.S. is not doing enough to adopt and implement 5G, losing an edge in the global tech competition. Others point out 5G's disruptive potentials in autonomous vehicle development.

The data-driven IoT products may also lead to consumers expecting product makers to anticipate their preferences and behaviors.

One-Click VR from Luxion KeyShot

Luxion has just released KeyShot VR, described as the one-click VR solution targeting designers.

The renderer now offers a way to transfer rendered scenes from KeyShot to KeyVR format, ready for VR viewing.

ASSESS Congress

The by-invitation-only ASSESS Congress is set for October 27-29, in Braselton, GA. Now in its forth year, the congress attracts simulation software industry leaders and those dedicated to advancing engineering simulation.

DE is a sponsor of ASSESS.

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