The OPC Foundation, a global organization dedicated to interoperability in industrial automation, announces the formation of a new working group focused on leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI). This initiative marks a pivotal moment in the convergence of AI and manufacturing, promising to redefine how engineers interact with data and systems to build cutting-edge solutions.

Siemens and Sony partner to bring NX Immersive Designer, including Sony’s XR head-mounted display (HMD), SRH-S1, to market later this year

Sony Corporation improved design productivity by 25% with implementation of Siemens’ NX for product engineering and design

New Siemens Xcelerator as a Service solutions – including NX X, Zel X, Opcenter X, Simcenter X and Teamcenter X Essentials – make industry-leading software accessible on-demand to every company

The GrabCAD Streamline Pro™ suite of software reduces the burden of managing a fleet of printers, allowing customers to smartly scale production with additive manufacturing

Stratasys’ new GrabCAD Print Pro™ version for PolyJet™ builds upon the success of the FDM® and SAF® version which helped some customers achieve a 30-to-50 percent increase in hardware usage

HEEDS AI Simulation Predictor empowers organizations to take full advantage of the digital twin to optimize products through advanced state-of-the-art AI with built-in accuracy awareness
Innovative, high-performing, designs can be produced faster by using knowledge and learnings from historical simulation studies

HYBRID Software, the global software solutions provider for the printing industry, announces its continued investment in the expansion of its Additive Manufacturing (AM) software portfolio, with an additional R&D project aimed at adding multiple new functionalities to its CLOUDFLOW Maker AM workflow software. The Flemish Government has committed to supplying HYBRID Software with a grant, confirming the relevance of the innovative research to be undertaken in HYBRID Software’s AM Business Unit.

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) have recently announced that it will partner with Visual Components headquartered in Espoo, Finland in a joint venture company, named ME Industrial Simulation Software Corporation, to develop and sell 3D simulators for manufacturing applications. Mitsubishi Electric and Visual Components will hold 70% and 30% stakes respectively in the company, which will begin operating on November 1.

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