An effective visualization workflow is crucial for product design engineers to thrive within a company. Saving time is integral for companies’ design workflows. With Siemens NX, designers can easily and quickly create stunning visuals of their products within a digital twin environment. Siemens NX has been created to help reduce render time by up to 90%, saving designers precious time and allowing them to focus on the details that really matter.
Watch Kelvin Juarbe, Shannon McGinty, and Gavin McCambridge from Siemens Digital Industries Software, and Alex Fuchs from NVIDIA to hear how this tailored and cohesive process enhances product workflows from start to finish.
Virtual reality designer capability
Many companies continue to physically prototype, bringing down margins and driving design costs skyward. NX VR enables companies to see their models, at-scale, in virtual reality. This virtual reality designer capability has drastically improved the way in which teams can operate around the world. The solution has been created to help reduce render time by up to 90%, saving designers precious time and allowing them to focus on the details that really matter. Learn more from watching several demonstrations in this on-demand webinar.
Modern render solution for ship design
Access high-end rendering at a fraction of the time with integrated associative visualization. Data necessary for proper visualization is integrated within the CAD application, this render solution reduces time to create second images up to 90%. Photo-real visualization is accessible at any point in the design process, should any stakeholder require changes. Efficient product visualization workflows require several steps to execute rendering, watch this presentation to learn how to speed up this process in a cost-effective way.
Virtual reality collaboration at scale
The full bill of materials is now visually available in virtual reality. Experience every detail of your vessel in an environment designed for virtual reality collaboration. Isolate part assemblies, accurately measure design changes and modify access and clearance panels with ease, all while in a single design session with multiple users. Get more out of your design review with virtual reality collaboration featured from Siemens NX.
Meet the speakers
Product Engineering Software/Specialized Engineering Software
Kelvin Juarbe has spent the last 15 years working across various roles to deliver value within multiple industries. Understanding that each industry is unique, we want to ensure that the solutions and value address the specific industry’s needs. The goal is to help customers and prospects identify the value around the use of Siemens solutions, from design to manufacturing, with a focus on NX and Specialized Engineering Software.
With a degree in Creative Writing, Shannon now has over four years of experience in creating compelling content through blog, articles, web content, case studies and other marketing content across a variety of sectors. Shannon works closely with the NX team, specifically in visualization to ensure the written content compliments the stunning visuals created in-house.
Creative Team Manager
With over 20 years’ experience at the cutting edge of 3D visualization, Gavin now leads an expert team of creatives and 3D artists who are pushing the boundaries of high-end visualization using NX. Working across automotive to aerospace and consumer products to AEC, Gavin's attention to detail enables him to create some of the most visually stunning content ever produced with NX. His passion for helping others to learn NX visualization is born out through his contributions to blogs and learning materials.
Senior Product Manager
Alex Fuchs started his career in the 3D business at Control Data back in 1993, where he was working as Solution Architect for their CAD system called ICEM DDN. Later he moved to Marketing and was responsible for the take to market activities for ICEM Surf.In 1995 he moved to Alias where he worked with different Alias products, first with Alias Studio/Power Animator, later Maya and provided feedback to the development team based on his work with customers and several projects, mainly in the automotive area, combining Design and Rendering/Animation workflows.With the acquisition of Alias|wavefront by Autodesk he took over the product management for the new real-time visualization System called Showcase where he had been part of the core definition team when it was started at Alias|wavefront.With his move to NVIDIA/mental images back in 2010, he became responsible for RealityServer and soon took over the Product Management for the upcoming rendering technology called Iray. Until now he is the responsible PM for the whole Iray rendering technology plus the Iray SDK which found its way into many applications in order to provide physically based rendering to various applications