Forge enables companies to leverage design and engineering data to develop custom software applications and connected workflows for manufacturing, media/entertainment, architecture, and engineering.
simulationHub Web Services
simulationHub Web Service ( SWS) has become the first microservices based cloud platform to build thermal, fluid and hyper-localized weather applications. SWS provides more than 200 REST APIs.
Amazon Web Services
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a secure cloud services platform, offering computing power, database storage, content delivery and other functionality to help businesses scale, grow and build cloud applications.
Predix platform is a comprehensive and secure application platform to run, scale, and extend digital industrial solutions. The platform delivers shared capabilities that industrial applications is required.
It's the guiding structure that allows us to ensure consistent quality, seamless execution, and collaborative relationships between our people and our customers.
Our Core Expertise
We have grown up with 3D technologies. We are building the 3D application from predicting missiles trajectories to designing a kitchen for the homeowner.
Patterning is a very useful and necessary feature in CAD modeling. Most CAD software includes this functionality. By combining multiple pattern operations, one can achieve very complex results easily. Our product simulationHub uses Autodesk FORGE viewer for visualization of CFD simulation.
Have you used the Autodesk FORGE Viewer before? If you have, you must be amazed by its ability to render model data in a browser. You might have seen a lot of amazing application like simulationHub. How about the native Windows or Android applications? Can we use Autodesk FORGE to view the 3D model of the product in native applications?
You are a plant planner, architect, property developer or a site engineer. You are seeing google maps on your device and wondered, how cool it would be if you could just demark some areas and check how your home layouts, types of equipment, roads would fit over the accurately measured area. We have just the solution for you.
Machine learning (ML) techniques are now widely being used in almost all areas of application. Six months back, CCTech Research started investigating how we may use ML in the area of Design of Mechanical Systems. One of the key application we were particularly interested is in Control Valve industry.
Last week CCTech hosted its first hackathon. All CCTech developers were divided into six different teams and were asked to create app or product feature based on simulationHub Web Services, Autodesk Forge Platform, Amazon Web Services and General Electric Predix Platform.