In his debut appearance before the crowd as the new SolidWorks CEO, Bassi said, “We want to be prepared for the future, but respect the legacy.” It’s an important message to convey to those who have faithfully followed the product since its birth in 1995, the beginning of the era of Windows-based 3D MCAD programs. But in the future dominated by IoT devices and cloud-hosted software ...
KennethwongSF has written a great article that captures the zeitgeist of Solidworks World 2015 (SWW15).
It's interesting to hear the new CEO Gian Paolo (formerly head of R&D) views and thoughts on the future of Solidworks, one of the most popular and well used CAD products.
He introduces the new product SolidWorks Industrial Design as “a product for the cloud generation.” The demonstration also included running the software from a browser.
Also nice to see it connecting to the Dassault 3D Experience platform.
And really impressed by SolidWorks Industrial Design with sketching on 3D planes, this seems to me like a brilliant feature that Alias users will love.