From Nov. 3rd until Nov. 5th 2010, as in recent years, all the experts in the field of technical documentation met at tekom's tcworld conference 2010. As established provider of software solutions for DMU-simulations on virtual prototypes, the munich based technology corporation presented its newest product DMU.Doc3D. This software allows the efficient creation of technical illustrations from 3D-CAD Data. These illustrations can be used for spare part catalogues, assenbly intructions and user manuals. In addition to base functionality, such as processing of CAD data, addition of materials and lighting and use of 2D-elements like hotspots and inscriptions, usability is one of the main focuses of DMU.Doc3D. "By offering extensive tools for manipulation of 3D data, the availability of various viewports and higlights like the flexibel customization of the layouts, DMU.Doc3D helps guarantee an efficient working process," states Dejan Pantelic, business development manager at Teraport. A lecture with the title "DMU.Doc3D enables the use of the digital product in the fields of sales and service" by Teraport's Raphael Heilig informed the interested visitors about the concept of easy to integrate interfaces. The goal of these interfaces is to enable a deep integration of the solution into customers product development systems. While it is possible to introduce DMU.Doc3D as an easy standard, that way it can develop into an ideal customer specific solution, avoiding any time losses at process interfaces.
Teraport’s Munich-based engineering experts are specialized in the field of digital prototype construction and hence stand for all-encompassing solutions in the simulation environment (digital mock-up). As a market leader in this high-tech sector, Teraport is at present the preferred partner for major automobile manufacturers and their suppliers. The software and service solutions offered concentrate on quality assurance and on increasing the quality of products, with a clear focus on client benefits. The services provided are based on Teraport’s DMU Toolkit, which was developed for simulation on digital prototypes in collaboration with prominent clients. Teraport’s ClusterPortal as a solution for high-performance computing (HPC), together with the consultation and service offers, round-off the all-encompassing portfolio of services for digital product development. Amongst Teraport’s clients are the BMW Group, Daimler, Freudenberg, Magna Steyr, MTU, VW and ZF. www.teraport-engineering.com
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