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PTC in the News
Microsoft debut HoloLens 2 at MWC, Chaos launches V-Ray Next for Rhino, NVIDIA gets ready for GTC, and more
Averna ConnexThing Toolkits accelerate the deployment of an IoT solution with ThingWorx.
The automotive industry represents the largest opportunity globally with US$18.5 billion in generative design software revenues forecasted for 2030, but the largest industry differs from country to country.
A factory floor digital twin can deliver insights to design engineers, but it takes some legwork to create a closed-loop workflow between manufacturing and engineering.
5G wireless may bring benefits to cloud-based CAD, IoT, simulation and digital twins.
PTC acquires generative design software maker Frustum, TechSoft adds AR-VR support to HOOPS SDK, HP partners with Autodesk for 3D printing workflow, hybrid Centaur-like robot from Bostondynamics and Youbionic
5G network expected to improve AR-VR experience, better industrial IoT apps, and better digital twin applications. ThingWorks developer PTC discusses 5G's impact. ABI Research publishes forecast on 5G network slicing's benefits.
Slated to debut in future versions of the PTC Creo CAD tool, Frustum's AI-based generative design capabilities will make it easier for engineers to innovate product breakthroughs.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, local government dignitaries, and PTC executives to host Advanced Manufacturing Showcase.
Engineers are creating more use cases for the industrial internet of things; but what roadblocks do they still need to consider?