When to speak out?
The last 30 years has seen incredible advancements in the 3D capabilities that are available on a PC. Without them we would not have a thriving multi-billion-dollar gaming industry. Despite these advancements the engineering community has been at a relative stand-still from a visualization perspective. The renderings you see in SOLIDWORKS today are not too different from what from where it was nearly 30 years ago.
Technological advancements are automating many aspects of surveying that required human labour, but surveyors can differentiate themselves with niche expertise, securing their roles and even growing their careers, says Damien Schmitz
“Perpetually on the verge of a breakthrough.” That might be the phrase that comes to mind when describing the journey of augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) towards widespread adoption in industrial settings.
The COVID-19 pandemic is transforming what work looks like and how it gets done in a variety of industries, and manufacturing is no different. Looking at the products and solutions that support manufacturing and some trends that are taking shape around them helps reveal the changes that are already taking place.
As we take our breath seeing a second wave cover the planet, the opportunities to engage in meaningful changes are popping up everywhere. In a previous blog, I discussed the benefits of telecommuting and introduced the idea that technology is the key element to its success.
These are exciting time at Tech Soft 3D because, well, these are exciting times in our industry.
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Any discussion of what it’s like to be a woman of color in tech begins and ends with the fact that there aren’t a lot of women of color in tech.
Visualization within the AEC space isn’t new – it just feels that way because it keeps taking quantum leaps forward, unlocking exciting new use cases and capabilities.