Wednesday, December 19, 2007

New Venue, New View for Interoperability Conference 2008

David Prawel, who has organized and hosted the 3D Collaboration and Interoperability conference with SME for the last few years, has announced the conference will now be hosted in Denver, CO, on May 15-16, 2008.

Despite the best efforts of many, interoperability of 3D data can still remain a frustrating problem. Even with the many work-arounds and neutral file formats in existence, the translation of usable 3D data still often doesn’t work. According to our CADCAMNet Interoperability survey back in May 2007 (Subscription or free trial required), while interoperability has become more manageable, it is still by no means resolved.

The conference will follow its standard format, with a few extras thrown in such as:

  • Multi-CAD interoperability,
  • Migrating CAD data,
  • Cross-PDM interoperability,
  • Lightweight 3D formats,
  • and, of course, a lot lot more.

This intimate conference will convene at the beautiful Denver Athletic Club, with stunning views of the Rockies (just so you don’t forget how insignificant mountains can be). Early registration ends January 15th 2008.

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Posted by The 3D Team in 04:59:31

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