Expert Speakers to Present at Unique Industry Event
LOVELAND, Colo., March 18, 2014 – Longview Advisors, organizers of the annual Collaboration & Interoperability Congress (3DCIC), today announced its lineup of speakers for the 2014 event to be held May 28-30 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. 3DCIC ( www.3DCIC.com) is dedicated to fostering and improving collaboration and interoperability throughout the product lifecycle.
The theme of 3DCIC 2014 is “Driving Product Development with Collaboration, Simulation, and Integration”. Executives have long understood that seamless integration of design, analysis/simulation, manufacturing, downstream operations and the supply chain is the key to effective global business. It’s the very foundation of the PLM vision. Making this work requires highly trained people, sharing information in efficient processes, supported by world-class technology. This will be a focus area of 3D CIC this year, especially between design-analysis/simulation and design-manufacturing.
Conference organizers are pleased to announce that NAFEMS (the International Association of the Engineering Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Community – www.nafems.org) is holding their biennial American conference at 3DCIC 2014. In addition, the PDES Board of Directors will again hold their annual meeting at 3DCIC and the 3D PDF consortium will be joining again for its third annual meeting.
Presentations and audio from past events are freely available at the congress website www.3DCIC.com, along with comments from past attendees, and a list of past attendees.
Register now while discounts are available.
About Longview Advisors
Longview Advisors Inc. provides consulting services in the business, technology and application of 3D software in product lifecycle management. For more information, please visit: ( www.longviewadvisors.com).
NAFEMS is the International Association of the Engineering Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Community, a “not-for-profit”
organization established in 1983. NAFEMS focuses on the practical application of numerical engineering simulation techniques such as Finite Element Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics, and Multibody Simulation. Please visit
www.nafems.org for more information.