A guest post by Monash University summarising the outcomes of a Final Year Project combining Ansys CFD simulations with PTC’s Vuforia AR software – with the aim of using CFD simulation results conveyed in Augmented Reality to help improve student comprehension & learning outcomes in Wind Engineering classes.
Learn more about Onshape and whether it is the right fit for your CAD and product development needs. LEAP recently ran a series of webinars to help showcase how Onshape can be used to empower your team to collaborate more effectively, accelerate time to market, eliminate silos, and provide a product development process that better suits the nature of modern design teams.
In the final session of LEAP’s 3-part IoT & AR webinar series, we present the highlights on “Using AR to capture process knowledge & accelerate worker training in a post-COVID world”.
Monash Motorsport talks about how they’ve used Keyshot for 3D Rendering during a challenging period where COVID-19 disrupted their design workflows and stopped all physical access to their workshop & facilities.
In this blog we offer the highlights from our 2nd webinar in our 3-part series – this time focused on on “Using Augmented Reality for marketing, training & maintenance in a post-COVID world”.
The U.S. Navy has selected PTC’s Windchill Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) SaaS platform to form the backbone of their digital transformation initiatives. We review their selection criteria and discuss the key reasons why Windchill was selected as their preferred PLM platform, following an extensive evaluation process.
In the 1st part of our 3-part IoT & AR webinar series, we recap the highlights from our recent webinar on Using IoT for remote monitoring of assets & operations in a post-COVID world.
Following the recent release of Windchill 12, LEAP Australia presented the following webinar outlining the latest updates and enhancements to Windchill. In addition to a deeper dive into functionality such as data management, visualisation, BOM management and traceability. Windchill users from both Russell Mineral Equipment and Ellume provided short presentations where each explained how Windchill helps them to better manage their design processes. Watch the brief intro to the webinar in the clip below. The following clip takes a deeper dive into Windchill 12's data management and visualisation capabilities. Learn more about Thingworx Navigate in the clip below. LEAP customer Russell Mineral Equipment explain how they utilise Windchill to provide a 'single source of truth' across their design process in the clip below. The following...
In these unprecedented times, many businesses are encouraging workers to work from home to help ‘flatten the curve’ of new cases from the global COVID-19 pandemic. Indeed, at LEAP Australia the majority of our staff are now working from home, but we are committed to providing our highest levels of customer support and high-quality software demonstrations to our valued customers throughout Australia and New Zealand using online tools. PTC has created a dedicated page with many good resources to help as customers transition to remote working. This page can be accessed here: https://www.ptc.com/en/support/enablement/COVID19-Resources For LEAP’s customers using PTC software, here are some additional tips outlining the options available to you to continue using Creo & Windchill while working remotely: Option 1: VPN If you have a VPN connection, you can use that to first connect to your company network, then run Creo...
In September the University of Auckland was abuzz with a NZ-first – a hackathon focused on the emerging industrial applications for technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT) and Augmented Reality (AR). The Hackathon was held in collaboration between Callaghan Innovation, LEAP Australia, and the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Engineering and gave six multidisciplinary student teams the chance to develop and present IoT and AR-based solutions to a series of real-world problems submitted by local industry. The main aims driving the university to hold this Hackathon were to: demystify IoT and AR for both students and industry allow students to use available commercial off-the-shelf IoT and AR software to tackle real-world problems in a short timeframe deliver implementable solutions which also closely consider the...