CAD MicroSolutions brings Virtalis VR Technology to Canada
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Virtalis is a leading player in the VR market globally, with software and hardware solutions that are being leveraged by engineers all over the world to transform 3D CAD data into a virtual environment, facilitating collaboration and communication between designers, manufacturers, marketers, senior management and stakeholders. The addition of Virtalis’ VR solutions, including its Visionary Render software, completes CAD MicroSolutions’ portfolio of business solutions which address the full product lifecycle from conception through design, prototyping, visualization, simulation and production.
Design, prototyping, visualization, simulation and production
“Virtalis’ VR systems and solutions will successfully round off CAD MicroSolutions’ line of mechatronics design tools and 3D printing solutions, enabling organizations to innovate, design and disrupt more efficiently and cost-effectively in an increasingly competitive market,” says Paul McColl, Virtalis’ international business development manager.
Headquartered in Toronto, CAD MicroSolutions has been providing engineers, designers and manufacturers with 3D technology and training for the entire product development lifecycle for over 30 years. Canada has entered the fourth industrial revolution, according to the Global Industry 4.0 Report; digital technology is transforming the manufacturing industry, requiring manufacturers to be agile, innovative, and make informed investments to remain competitive in an exponentially growing market. Virtalis’ VR and advanced visualization solutions tap into this trend, allowing clients to digitize their assets and leverage the investments they’ve already made in 3D CAD design software.
“In a few short years, Head Mounted Displays showing VR/AR will be the de-facto way that Industry 4.0 will simulate, interact, design, and create”, said Jason Cohen, Director of Digital Experiences at CAD MicroSolutions. “It truly is the gateway into a new world.”