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Join Volvo Group, ESI Group and NVIDIA to learn how extended reality can improve product development.

Join Volvo Group, ESI Group and NVIDIA to learn how extended reality can improve product development.

DATE: Tuesday, June 7, 2021
TIME: 2:00 PM ET/11:00 AM PT

When digital methods displace physical experiences, enterprises have a reduced number of chances to “discover” challenges that a design might introduce between the people and products, in the human performed processes to build, operate, and service those products.

If one does not anticipate an issue, computer simulations and analyses might not be created to search for it. Inaccessibility to physical experiences can leave design or engineering issues un-discovered until people can walk among, build, assemble/disassemble, interact with, and perform maintenance tasks on real products in context. As a result sub-optimal design decisions might remain un-examined until production ramp-up or after delivery of products to customers—far too late to cost effectively resolve.

Join Volvo Group, ESI Group, and NVIDIA as they share with Digital Engineering subscribers and readers the challenges that emerged as they sought to introduce extended reality collaborative reviews to their product development timeline.

Hear first-hand how Volvo Group, ESI Group, and NVIDIA evolved the deployment of IC.IDO to engage a wider range of enterprise stakeholders in virtual experiences with future products, without needing to wait for physical availability of parts and tooling.

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Steven Horton
Group Manager Vehicle Strategy
Volvo Group Trucks Technology

Eric Kam
Eric Kam, Product Marketing Manager

Gregory Jones
Director of XR Business Development

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