We invite you to join us for a 75-minute webinar on 19 May 2020 at 11:00 EEST to learn about how 3D manufacturing simulation can be applied in various university courses when visualization and simulation of factories will be a key component of many students’ potential professions.
The University of Southern Denmark, one of our educational users, will showcase their latest project using Visual Components. The case study explores the feasibility of using robot assistants as flexible resources to quickly adjust production capacity and increase flexibility. We’ll also demonstrate some new features we recently introduced in Visual Components 4.2 and wrap-up with a Q&A session.
Since space is limited, we encourage you to secure your spot early by registering for the webinar here:
Here’s an overview of the webinar agenda:
- Opening the webinar
- Visual Components for Academia
- Live Demonstration
- Case Study: Using robot assistants for adaptive manufacturing (University of Southern Denmark)
- Q&A Session
- Ending the webinar
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