Visual Collaboration Technologies Inc. (VCollab), the developer of Digital CAE Reports, is proud to announce that VCollab solutions are now available through the MSCOneXT (MSCOne Extended Edition) program.
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Engineering.com, January 7, 2020
The editors of Digital Engineering 24/7 named the VCollab 19 release as their “Editor’s Pick of the Week” for its new automation, performance and usability features.
November 7, 2019
Visual Collaboration Technologies announces the release of VCollab 19, the latest version of its advanced solution for enabling the creation and sharing of high-fidelity, 3D, simulation insights. This new release provides enhanced automation capabilities, along with performance and usability improvements.
November 6, 2019
“VCollab helps manufacturers leverage their investment in simulation by improving communications among analysts and engineers and making simulation information more accessible and actionable. The ASSESS Initiative supports our mission, and we’re pleased to be a gold sponsor of the ASSESS annual conference,” said Prasad Mandava, CEO of VCollab.
September 11, 2019
“…S&A has become a key area of product development. This raises questions like: How can it be made easier? How can we spread the use of these tools to a wider part of the product design community? And, can simulation process and data management (SPDM) help to democratize S&A?…”
Engineering.Com, February 6, 2019
Aras, the leader in open product lifecycle management (PLM) software for the enterprise, today announced a partnership with Visual Collaboration Technologies (VCollab) for simulation visualization, post processing, and reporting. Aras will use the VCollab technology in Simulation Process & Data Management (SPDM) processes across the lifecycle.
February 5, 2019
We recently spoke to Prasad Mandava, Co-Founder and CEO of Visual Collaboration Technologies, (VCollab) to ask how his career began in simulation and why he chose to participate in the Revolution in Simulation.