With NVIDIA technology, engineers and designers can tackle complex product and building design projects while working more efficiently — and the GPU Technology Conference will show you how.
At GTC, in San Jose from March 18-21, attendees will see how the latest developments in interactive physically based rendering, engineering simulation, virtual reality, 3D graphics virtualization, and deep learning applications are enhancing design workflows.
Learn more about how NVIDIA Quadro RTX GPUs are helping leading architecture firms transform the way they’re designing some of the world’s most complex buildings. Explore how manufacturing companies are incorporating machine learning and deep learning into their workflows. And find out how immersive VR is redefining design reviews in the AEC industry.
Some featured sessions at GTC:
- CannonDesign will share how NVIDIA Holodeck enhances their design process and discuss how incorporating NVIDIA Quadro RTX into their visualization workflows helps them optimize rendering times.
- Learn how Quadro RTX helps Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates pioneer a new approach to workflow that allows real-time rendering, collaborative VR and desktop virtualization.
- Find out how advancements in GPU technology, real-time ray tracing and VR have enhanced the building design process at Perkins+Will.
- Honeywell will share insights on how they use machine learning to address design challenges and find the right configuration for commercial buildings.
- PSA Group will talk about how vGPU technology helped them achieve lower costs, better density and guaranteed performance. CannonDesign and Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf will also discuss the benefits of vGPU, including the speed boost of rendering time, better optimization of resources and increased productivity.
- Learn more about deep learning solutions when BMW presents their use cases in computer vision and shares insight into their solution strategies.