LiveWorx '20 featured new technologies impacting product design and streamlining business processes like Software-as-a-Service (SAAS), generative design, and multi-body design. Below are links to the video recordings and presentations for some of the top viewed sessions to-date from the CAD educational track. Click here to access the full LiveWorx '20 Content Archive, featuring over 120 session in 15 different tracks and specialized content areas.
Creo Roadmap: What's New and What's Coming Soon
Paul Sagar, VP CAD Product Management, PTC
Learn about the latest capabilities and get a sneak peek into areas of focus for future Creo releases. Areas of future investment include simulation-driven design, generative design, and multi-body design capabilities. This session's presenter has overseen Creo's development for a number of years and is excited to provide anticipated updates. Creo is the industry standard in CAD software, view the session to see why!
SAAS is in Your Future: How Onshape Drives Innovation in Product Design
Jon Hirschtick, EVP, President of SaaS, PTC
With continued pressure for companies to deliver innovative products and improvements on accelerated timelines, the full-cloud Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) approach to product development offers clear business advantages. Thousands of companies who have made the move to SaaS already see it as not just a different way to run software, but a platform that lets them transform and improve how their processes and teams work. This presentation explores the global trends towards cloud and mobile technologies and how the demands for better and faster communication between teams, more innovation, and lower costs are driving the adoption of cloud-native SaaS tools like Onshape.
Ansys and PTC: Simulation-Driven Design
Steve Elias, Senior Director, Software Development, Design Business Unit, Ansys | Todd Kraft, Product Manager, CAD Product Management, PTC | Brian Thompson, General Manager and Senior Vice President, CAD Segment, PTC | Mark Hindsbo, Vice President and General Manager, Ansys
Learn about the strategic partnership between Ansys and PTC and how it brings the power of gold-standard simulation to the Design Engineer. Watch this recordings to see the joint Ansys-PTC teams discuss the Creo-Ansys roadmap, beginning with Creo Simulation Live, which embeds Ansys Discovery technology within the Creo design workflow for high-speed and instantaneous feedback. You will also learn about Creo Ansys Simulation, which will introduce higher-fidelity Ansys simulation solvers within Creo.
Creo Parametric 7.0 Product Update: Multibody Design
Martin Neumueller, PTC
Don't miss a perennial favorite! In this session, PTC Product Management discusses the latest enhancements in Creo 7.0. The speaker focuses on new multibody design capabilities and illustrations of the use cases these capabilities enable in part modeling, sheetmetal design, and other areas of Creo.
The Future of Design is Generative
Jesse Coors-Blankenship, SVP Technology, PTC | Linda Lokay, VP Advanced Development Reality Lab, PTC | Mark Fischer, Senior Director CAD Product Management, PTC
Learn about Creo's latest innovation surrounding generative design. See how it can empower you to create optimal designs faster through a balance of artificial intelligence and human insight. With breakthrough technology, you can create designs that are lighter, stronger, focused on manufacturing methods and more efficient than those designed using conventional CAD software alone. Mark Fischer, the product manager for generative design at PTC, will introduce you to this exciting technology powering the next generation of design. Watch the recording for a live demonstration, understand the benefits and capabilities coming in the next release of Creo, and get a glimpse into what the future looks like. Jesse Blankenship, a recognized thought leader on generative design, will discuss the technology itself and the impact it will have on the market.
These are just a handful of the sessions from the CAD Track, be sure to check out the Archive to see them all.