LiveWorx 2015: An Invitation to CAD and PLM Users

With robots that order their own replacement parts and chairs can tell you who has been sitting in them, the Internet of Things (IoT) promises to make life easier for much of humanity—unless you’re involved in product development. In that case, your job gets more complicated as tiny sensors and networking technologies burrow into everything you design.

From factories to furniture, very soon it won’t be enough to model objects that are ergonomic and hold up under physical stresses. Your designs will also have to collect, communicate, and respond to data seamlessly.

But there’s good news for engineers and designers in the smart, connected future.  Amazing opportunities are coming your way. If you’re a skilled and imaginative developer, you’ll be on the front line of what some are calling the fourth industrial revolution.  In fact, the more you learn about IoT, the more fascinating your future looks.

With that in mind, PTC’s executive vice president Mike Campbell is extending this invitation to CAD and PLM users to attend LiveWorx 2015:

At LiveWorx 2015, which takes place in Boston May 4-7, you’ll hear from a Harvard professor, an Apple co-founder, the governor of Massachusetts, analysts, and industry experts about what to expect as the Internet of Things picks up momentum. You’ll learn about security, product successes, and even municipal applications. Plus you’ll find out how IoT will impact your PTC products. Here’s the entire agenda.

If you’re ready to explore what’s coming, meet others in the field, and start building a community of fellow IoT pioneers shaping tomorrow, join us at LiveWorx 2015.