1. ANSYS Introduction to Workbench (NSW)

      February 26 @ 9:00 am - February 28 @ 5:00 pm
    2. Industry 4.0 Technology Day / ANSYS 19.0 Launch – Christchurch

      February 27 @ 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
    3. Webinar: Introducing the new Thingworx Manufacturing Apps for IoT

      February 28 @ 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm
    4. Industry 4.0 Technology Day / ANSYS 19.0 Launch – Auckland

      March 1 @ 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
    5. ANSYS Nonlinear Training (NSW)

      March 1 @ 9:00 am - March 2 @ 5:00 pm
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ThingWorx is the first Internet of Things (IoT) Platform Designed to Build and Run the Applications of the Connected World. ThingWorx accelerates IoT application development by compressing the design-develop-deploy cycle – reducing time to market and spurring innovation. Cloud, On-Premise, Federated, or Embedded – ThingWorx lets you deploy exactly the way you want to fit the needs of any scenario.

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Unlocking the Value of Smart, Connected Product Data

With all of the industry buzz and vendor movement around IoT and the Industrial Internet, it’s time for business leaders to understand how smart, connected products and assets can improve efficiency, provide a competitive advantage, drive revenue, and potentially transform their businesses. If you know what your products are doing and how your customers are using them, you can then unleash the resulting data into your enterprise and unlock the value of that data.

The value propositions are straightforward and fall into several buckets of capabilities that differentiate your products, including remote monitoring, remote service, usage analysis, ERP/ CRM integration, and value-added services.

Smart, connected products enable remote monitoring and remote service that drive both a reduction in the costs of services and an improvement in the level of service. Analysis of connected product data can improve business decisions, product design, and manufacturing processes. Core business processes like billing, field service, product registration, compliance, consumable management, recalls, and warranty management can all be improved with connected product data. And finally, the selling and marketing of connected products, which include new applications for end users, can deliver a competitive advantage and drive revenue growth.