Innovative Design Workflows

Real-world examples of new design workflows enabled by NVIDIA RTX GPU acceleration and powerful engineering workstations.

The emergence of new, more powerful GPUs and engineering workstations laid the groundwork for a revolution in engineering workflows. New software tools that leverage GPU acceleration and take advantage of higher core counts have enabled these complex workflows and pointed the way toward a new approach to design, simulation and visualization. The articles in this digital edition were selected to highlight these new workflows and capabilities.

Download this just released special issue from the Advanced Product Development Resource Center (APDRC), including 11 recent stories that highlight these new workflows and capabilities.

INCLUDED IN THIS SPECIAL ISSUE

  • Built for Speed. Trek Bicycle uses powerful NVIDIA RTX™ technology to enable multi-application workflows.
  • NVIDIA RTX™ GPU Power in the Toy Box. Designer Alessandro Pasotti leverages a Dell Precision workstation and NVIDIA RTX™ technology to boost his performance by as much as 20%.
  • In the Path of the Wildfires. Lockheed Martin uses AI-powered simulation in Omniverse to study and predict wildfires.
  • Case Study: Fashionable Approach to 3D Design Designer Lui Iarocheski uses advanced CLO3D design software and a powerful workstation that takes advantage of NVIDIA RTX™ technology to create advanced, digital fashion designs.
  • And more!
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