Things are ramping up spectacularly for this year’s DEVELOP3D LIVE, so much that we thought we’d invite our lovely cousins across the pond to come take a look-see via the wonder of the internet.
We will be streaming the full day program from our main stage live to two different timezones (9.15am to 5pm EST, and 9.15am to 5pm PST) on 26 March
Register here to watch on 26 March!
Whether you’re in Vancouver or Virginia, Albany [NY] or, er, Albany [Cal], you can be with us for the full day.
The stream is also open to everywhere in the Americas where you’ve the relevant timezone and access to an internet connection (Copacabana beach gets our vote!).
What you’ll see:
The morning session – starting at 9.15am
Our keynote openings come from British designer/inventor/artist Dominic Wilcox, and America’s Cup yacht challenger Ben Ainslie Racing.
These amazing stories about design will be followed by presentations from some of the software companies, whose design tools enable the world’s designers.
SolidWorks CEO Gian Paolo Bassi, Autodesk CEO Carl Bass, and Siemens VP of R&D Dan Staples will all present live in the morning session.
Excitingly, Jon Hirschtick, previously a founder of Solidworks, will be publicly launching new cloud-based modeling tool Onshape in an exclusive presentation.
Scott Schiller, HP’s world-wide director of 3D printing, will be giving an exclusive update on the company’s forthcoming Multi-jet Fusion technology.
The afternoon session – starting at 2pm
PTC product marketing VP, Brian Thompson, is with us to talk about 3D Printing, Augmented Reality, how 3D CAD can create greater value in the era of smart connected products.
Reaction Engines’ Richard Varvill is sure to have everyone gripped as he explains its jet propulsion system it is working on, that is aiming to revolutionise long distance and space travel.
David Atkinson of The Foundry is set to talk about design automation, before presentations conclude with an emphatic pitch from leading designer, Mark Shayler, that design expertise isn’t enough, and that the re-shoring of manufacturing is needed.
Some strong views are expected as the day concludes with a panel discussing featuring presenters from the day discussing next generation CAD systems, the cloud, and collaboration.