EVENT: The Future of CAD: A PTC Virtual Conference

Written by: Cat McClintock

Augmented Reality (AR), Additive Manufacturing, IoT. They’re more than just buzzwords. They’re the future of product design. If you’re a product developer, or just curious, we invite you to learn more about these emerging technologies at.The Future of CAD: Trends in Product Design on a virtual conference presented by PTC.

 You’re busy, under deadline, too many projects. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t keep up with these fascinating product design technologies. We’ve packed half a dozen sessions and more into The Future of CAD: Emerging Trends in Product Design—all in just three short hours.

Attend the whole conference, or choose from short presentations like such as:

  • MBD: Making Better 2D Definitions
  • Augment Your Product Design Reality
  • Why Smart, Connected Product Design Matters
  • Manufacturing Consensus: Additive Manufacturing Tools & Techniques
  • Making Simulation a Reality
  • Engineering Calculations: A Prime Concern

The event kicks off with a keynote from Brian Thompson, SVP of CAD. Thompson discusses PTC’s vision for digital transformation and insights gained from PTC’s work with hundreds of customers. You’ll learn how to take meaningful, measurable, and manageable steps to begin realizing the benefits of combining CAD and IoT technology today.

Grab your headphones, a cup of coffee, pull up a chair, and watch  PTC’s experts explain and demo these advances—and what you can expect in the future.

Register today to stay abreast of the latest advances in product design and manufacturing –all from the comfort of your own desk.

 Attend The Future of CAD virtual event

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About the Author

Cat McClintock

Cat McClintock edits the Creo and Mathcad blogs for PTC.  She has been a writer and editor for 15+ years,  working for CAD, PDM, ERP, and CRM software companies. Prior to that, she edited science journals for an academic publisher and aligned optical assemblies for a medical device manufacturer. She holds degrees in Technical Journalism, Classics, and Electro-Optics. She loves talking to PTC customers and learning about the interesting work they're doing and the innovative ways they use the software.