VOLKSWAGEN PASSENGER CARS USES NICE DCV FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE 3D REMOTE VISUALIZATION

NI SP has worked with Volkswagen over the last years to leverage the potential of NICE DCV for remote 3D Linux desktop users with high-end demand for CAE delivered by NICE DCV:

“More than 1,000 automotive engineers in the Volkswagen Passenger Cars division rely on multiple computer-aided engineering (CAE) applications, running on high-end Linux workstations, for use in crash safety and noise vibration harshness simulations. “Our engineers need computers with strong performance to do their work effectively,” says Gunther Mayer, IT specialist for research and development at Volkswagen Passenger Cars. For example, engineers create large simulations that show the noise created by air flowing over cars. These simulations often contain a terabyte of data. “For many years, supporting simulations that large was only possible sitting in front of high-end graphics workstations in our offices,” says Mayer.

The car moves at great speed at the night.

Our automotive engineers can reliably access their high-end Linux workstations and complete 3D simulations from home or other remote locations using NICE DCV.”

Gunther Mayer
IT Specialist, R&D, Volkswagen Passenger Cars

Read the full story: Volkswagen Passenger Cars Uses NICE DCV for High-Performance 3D Remote Visualization

HOW NICE DCV ENABLES DOOB 3D METAVERSES

doob Metaverses offer virtual interactive 3D meetings in a multitude of settings for remote users attending from everywhere. The seamless high-end experience is created with NICE DCV.

In our case story we describe the doob offering and how NICE DCV enables the live interactive high-end remote 3D experience:

Listen in to our interview about the unique NICE DCV use case with doob CEO and Founder Vladimir Puhalac conducted with Terry Fisher and Karsten Gaier from NI SP GmbH via NICE DCV in a doob Metaverse in the cloud attending from multiple locations in Europe:

NETFLIX USES NICE DCV FOR THEIR ARTISTS REMOTE WORKSTATIONS

“In order to enable artists around the world, Netflix set out to build a VFX studio in the cloud, powered by NICE DCV, a high-performance remote display protocol developed by Amazon Web Services (AWS), that provides customers with a secure way to deliver remote desktops and application streaming from any cloud or data center to any device, over varying network conditions. Now Netflix artists and partners have access to flexible, secure, high-performing, and cost-effective virtual workstations on AWS that remove technological and geographic barriers for artists and give them creative freedom to collaborate on Netflix’s VFX and animation content.

Read the full case story here: Netflix Uses NICE DCV on AWS to Build VFX Studio in the Cloud for Artists Globally.