The Manufacturing Tech Australia podcast visited LEAP’s stand at this year’s Australian Manufacturing Week to interact with some of the new technologies that were on display. Here is a record of their conversation captured on their podcast with Paul O’Shaughnessy, PTC Business Manager at LEAP Australia (plus some photos and videos from our booth display with Monash Smart Manufacturing Hub and Monash Nova Rover!)
A conversation with Dr. Ben Simpson who is running a study to quantify the pedagogical benefits of incorporating AR into the engineering curriculum, starting with a range of year 1 teaching laboratories in mechanical engineering at NTU.
A How-To guide to creating an impressive Augmented Reality experience on our LEGO Opera House using Vuforia Studio. Our expert team shares what we needed to make this happen, and how we created the digital overlays and user interface and leveraged Vuforia’s superior tracking to help the AR lock on to the physical model.
Part 2 – How can Creo users increase the value of their CAD models by using more advanced functionality – recordings are here on-demand and cover the use of Augmented Reality for design reviews, creation of high-quality technical illustrations and service documentation, plus generating engaging customer marketing collateral directly from your CAD model.
See how researchers at RMIT University are using emerging technologies such as Digital Twin and Augmented Reality (AR), created using Vuforia & ThingWorx, to support NexGen aircraft sustainment – with demonstrations on a full scale PC-9/A aircraft.
Learn more about the PTC Advanced Partner Program (APP) which provides a key point of difference for PTC partners such as LEAP – demonstrating proven competence in particular technologies (such as PLM & AR).
Learn how the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) & RMIT University used Augmented Reality to deliver a world-leading Transport Safety Investigation course for remote students during 2020, despite the challenges of COVID-19 disruptions.
In the final installment of our 6-part Windchill PLM webinar series, we discuss how Windchill’s core content management capabilities and the ability of organisations to utilise them as a ‘single source of truth’ facilitates collaboration across departments outside of engineering and beyond.
In the 5th installment of our 6-part Windchill PLM webinar series, we discuss the importance of quality management, the implications of problems with quality occurring and how Windchill can be utilised as the foundation for closed loop quality.