In the newest version of NX CAD, understanding customer requirements is first and foremost. Siemens spent a tremendous amount of time asking customers what they want to see, what would be helpful and how it could benefit them long term.
Product planning is a key focus area. Visualization and rendering fall under this category, as well as document planning. Through visualization and rendering, Siemens is working extremely hard to make sure new versions help customers at a maximum capacity. This will allow for time to be cut down spent on preparation, planning, and data exporting.
Along with product planning and development planning, there is also a product definition team, which is responsible for designs. Their job is to ensure the software is usable for customers and meeting their expectations.
NX virtual reality now allows data exports from a 2D world to a 3D world, and then into a virtual reality. This ability to scale a design and work on design more interactively than before this release has been was rolled out. Design reviews are now a single button click, allowing for a person to set up, snapshot, design review, all in the click of a button.
The visualization and rendering are now such easy operations. It allows the user to open in VR mode with a few clicks. This function is simple to work on a specific section.
This functionality also allows the user to better understand part creation, and development in such an expedited way compared to earlier releases. Visualization and rendering now can import MDL material, material definition language and allow for Extend material libraries. It is amazing!
Visualization and rendering has other options too with material import, such as: MDL, adobe substance. This function drastically reduces the time it takes to visualize and render.
The new functionality, Artificial Intelligence (AI), has accelerated machine learning like never before. This acceleration has given visualization and rendering the capabilities to utilize a retrace studio and photo realistic rendering. This photo realistic rendering is physics based, allowing unseen advanced lighting and material management.
Finally, machine learning generates images and determines the final image, helping to retrace for design review. This type of machine leaning can help engineers go 4X faster with image generation, seeing changes and evaluating quicker.
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