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Is design software prepared for the next gen engineers?

Are the engineering software makers keeping up with socio-technological changes to accommodate the next generation?

The Facebook and YouTube generation raised on mobile devices, cloud-hosted apps, self-paced tutorials, and touch-responsive devices have radically different ideas about how design concepts should be created, shared, and tested.

Are the engineering software makers keeping up with these socio-technological changes to accommodate the next generation?

Panelists join DE to tackle the following questions:

  • What are the developers doing to simplify the complex CAD, simulation and PLM tools?
  • What are they doing to make sure new tools don’t get in the way of your creativity?
  • How do they plan to evolve the user experience for the next generation without isolating current users?

DATE: Wednesday, September 18, 2019
TIME: 2:00 pm ET/ 11:00 am PT

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