The 2018 Emulate3D User Group Meeting was a very rewarding event enjoyed by all concerned. Users demonstrated their ability to create cost-effective and innovative solutions for their companies, and Emulate3D revealed their latest developments aimed at making the users’ tasks easier. 75% of users who responded to the post-UGM survey stated that the training was useful, and a full 95% stated that the UGM content was relevant or useful. 90% of respondents said they were likely or very likely to attend next year, and recommend it to colleagues. We hope you can join us!
Emulate3D is widely used within the airport industry to verify baggage handling system (BHS) controls and to study the flow of bags through proposed BHS. Having the BHS start on time and being fully operational from day one is essential to the reputation and profitability of an airport, and Emulate3D technology plays a key role in the success of many new terminals.
AutoLogic Systems created as-built models of Gatwick North and South in order to verify throughput and to prepare for further modifications. Meet AutoLogic Systems and Emulate3D at the upcoming Passenger Terminal Expo in Stockholm to discuss your BHS requirements. Click here or on the image to watch a video of these models running. You’ll find other BHS models, both controls testing and simulation throughput analyses on our YouTube channel.
Mati Chessin of The Dennis Group was our lucky winner of the door prize, an HTC Vive.
While all attendees get a ticket to the draw, presenters double their chances and this year Mati gave a great presentation on how he uses Demo3D to model mass flow systems.
You did what? It could have happened to anyone, but we were all surprised when it happened to Facebook, and the Oculus Rift. Yup, someone forgot to update a security certificate, and Rifts the world over stopped working. If you have a Rift and you’d like it to work again, you can get your official fix here.