The Advanced Product Development Resource Center (APDRC) is a repository of information to help design engineering teams capitalize on digital disruption through the use of advanced computing, design, simulation and visualization technologies.
Innovative Design Workflows
Real-world examples of new design workflows enabled by NVIDIA RTX GPU acceleration and powerful engineering workstations.
Latest in APDRC
Configuring the Right Workstation for Ansys Discovery, Mechanical, and Fluent
Improve simulation performance with NVIDIA RTX™ technology incorporated into an optimized professional workstation.
New JPR Report Points to the GPU’s Growing Role in CAE
Report examines the impact of GPUs on CAD-integrated CAE, high-end CAE, and cloud-hosted software
How to Leverage High-Strength 3D Printing
Can't figure out how to integrate high-strength 3D printing into your manufacturing workflow? Try a new perspective. Learn more.
Deutsche Bahn on Track with Country-Scale Digital Twin
Using NVIDIA Omniverse™, the rail operator is undertaking an unprecedented AI-fueled optimization project.
Real-Time Rendering, AR, VR, Simulation and Digital Twins Pushing Up Computing Demands
Dell and NVIDIA explain the evolving engineering workflows.
Product Development in NVIDIA Omniverse™
NVIDIA Omniverse has expanded its capabilities for helping manufacturers collaborate and improve product development processes.
Dell Unleashes a Workstation Beast
The Dell Precision 7865 Tower combines NVIDIA RTX™ graphics with one of the most powerful CPUs on the market to accelerate...
Engineering Super Powers
Emily the Engineer leverages a Dell Precision workstation and NVIDIA RTX graphics to make amazing recreations of famous movie props.
Predicting Power Plant Maintenance with an Industrial Digital Twin
Siemens Energy uses Omniverse to analyze and prevent corrosion in industrial assets
The Path to Production
GPU acceleration is fueling a new approach to additive manufacturing.
Engineering Workstations Built for Speed
Trek Bicycle uses powerful NVIDIA RTX™ technology to enable multi-application workflows.
GPU-Powered Multi-Application Workflows
Engineers increasingly need to multitask on their workstations. NVIDIA RTX™ GPUs provide the power needed for modeling, simulation and rendering...
Simulating Clean Energy
The U.K.’s Atomic Energy Authority and University of Manchester are using NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise to develop a fusion...
Engineering Workstation Power on the Go
New Dell Precision mobile workstations include new form factors, expanded support for NVIDIA RTX™ technology, and faster processors.
NVIDIA RTX™ GPU Power in the Toy Box
Designer Alessandro Pasotti leverages a Dell Precision workstation and NVIDIA RTX™ technology to boost his performance by as much as 20%.
Fashionable Approach to 3D Design
Designer Lui Iarocheski uses advanced CLO3D design software and a powerful workstation that takes advantage of NVIDIA RTX™ technology...
Professional Workstation Power Boost
Support for new NVIDIA RTX™ GPUs, PCIe 4 expands capabilities for new Dell Precision engineering workstations.
Glossary Quick Look
PTC Advances Closed Loop PLM
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Editor’s Picks: November 25-December 1, 2022
Taking a Page from Nature
Editor’s Pick: 3D printing at 25µm
Boston Micro Fabrication microArch S350 3D printer is the newest addition to...
Editor’s Pick: Bringing quality control to additive manufacturing
AM-QUALITY is a production line intelligent device to enable quality control monitoring...
Editor’s Pick: HPC simulation on any desktop
Siemens says the new addition provides instant-on, rapidly scalable cloud-based HPC for...
Editor’s Pick: Finite element analysis inside product design
PTC's cloud-native Onshape Simulation is a new finite element analysis (FEA) solver.