Virtual Interconnect to present at major international conference
Routed systems specialists Virtual Interconnect have been selected to present at the prestigious PlanetPTC Live international conference taking place in Orlando, USA from 3-6 June 2012.
PlanetPTC Live is an annual conference and exhibition that enables engineers and designers to find out about the latest advances in Computer Aided Design software, as well as allowing them to gain insight into industry best practice and to learn from specialists and experts. This will be the sixth year that Virtual Interconnect has presented at this major event.
Utilising Virtual Interconnect’s routed systems and electrical simulation expertise, Alexander Walker, Senior Software Developer at Virtual Interconnect, will be presenting a very topical business case study. Alex will look at how Virtual Interconnect is working closely with Aggreko, the global leaders in specialist temporary energy solutions, to model the power requirements of the upcoming Games in London. In particular, Alex will demonstrate how Aggreko is working with Virtual Interconnect and utilising our eSimulate electrical simulation software and PTC®’s Creo® Schematics electrical 2D design software to simulate and predict the temporary power consumption needs of each of the 28 sports venues.
This will be a fascinating session; with 205 nations taking part in 300 events over two weeks of competition, this is an event with numbers on a huge scale, as Alex will reveal in his presentation. Alex will also show the huge potential of electrical simulation and how it can be used to carefully predict the functionality of very complex circuits.
Alex will be presenting at PlanetPTC Live on Tuesday 5 June at 11am and you can visit Virtual Interconnect at booth #223.
About PlanetPTC Live
PlanetPTC Live is PTC’s premier annual conference and exhibition featuring more than 200 hours of education and training as well as over 20 hours of structured and informal networking, allowing attendees to exchange ideas, get questions answered and work together to solve problems.