CCE updates EnSuite ReVue

CCE updates EnSuite ReVue adding 3D audio notes

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CCE announced the latest update of its design collaboration software, EnSuite ReVue, which includes the possibility for users to 3D add audio notes to capture high-resolution 3D graphics and interaction along with user audio.

The provider of advanced CAD interoperability solutions already offered the possibility for users to add text notes for sharing quick feedback on a design.

“In the past, dispersed teams and suppliers of engineering organizations faced significant challenges when it came to collaborating on design projects,” said CCE VP of sales Vinay Wagle.

“There were no tools available that allowed for secure design collaboration using multi-CAD data. This made it difficult for team members to share design data and invite others to share their feedback. The absence of effective collaboration tools often led to delays, misunderstandings, and increased costs for engineering organisations,” he went on.

“With EnSuite ReVue, dispersed teams and suppliers of engineering organizations can streamline their design collaboration process, reducing delays, misunderstandings, and costs.”

This solution was developed to help organisations, with dispersed teams and suppliers spread across the globe, to collaborate effectively, while keeping their data securely stored.

The EnSuite ReVue design discussion platform aims to make it easy to collaborate on engineering projects regardless of location or CAD system used.

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Users should be able to invite team members and suppliers to share their feedback using a mix of asynchronous methods like simple text notes, audio notes with rich 3D graphics, and synchronous real-time online meetings.

“Engineering design collaboration is a complex and challenging process,” said Vinay.

“However, with the right tools, processes, and communication strategies, these challenges can be overcome, leading to more effective collaboration, faster completion times, and higher-quality designs.”

“EnSuite ReVue was architected with the right set of tools that allow users to share feedback using a mix of asynchronous and synchronous communication methods. This is an absolute must-have tool for design discussions for companies of all sizes to collaborate effectively, improve project outcomes, and achieve their goals,” he concluded.

EnSuite ReVue users should be able to share 2D and 3D CAD designs with all stakeholders and solicit feedback using a secure link.

Contributors should be able to then participate in the design discussion to view 2D and 3D designs from all major CAD formats, provide feedback on the design via simple text notes, create 3D audio notes to include voice messages with dynamic 3D graphics for detailed feedback and participate in real-time meetings with full audio and local control of 3D and 2D for a dynamic collaboration experience

All discussions for each CAD design should be organised chronologically in one place and accessible to all stakeholders via an intuitive graphical dashboard, so that there is complete visibility and accountability of the product design discussion process.


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