NX on the Cloud with Workspot Workstations on Microsoft Azure
In this demo we’re running the latest Siemens NX software completely in the cloud, on a GPU-accelerated Workspot cloud workstation running on Azure. We can see our connection shows good bandwidth with low latency.
Right away we see how responsive the user experience feels. The mouse clicks and screen updates happen without delay. It feels like the application is running on my local device.
We can click through the 16,000-part assembly, highlight various sub-assemblies such as the electrical system, select the proper display mode, and then pierce-through each sub assembly throughout the overall aircraft.
We can focus on the climate control system and turn on additional pierce throughs that look more like an x-ray view.
To navigate through the aircraft, we’re using a 3D Space Ball motion controller in the left hand, giving us control over the aircraft’s 6 degrees of freedom, and a normal mouse in the right hand to select objects and interact with menus. These USB devices connect to your local computer, and the Workspot Client maps their actions directly through to the Workspot cloud workstation on Azure.
With typical internet speed, connecting to a Workspot cloud workstation in your region, you’ll see responsiveness just like I’m seeing here – navigating through sections of the aircraft, zooming in and out, rotating the aircraft, highlighting specific components, all with fine detailed control.
Increased performance, productivity and flexibility are what you’ll see working from anywhere.
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