Valiant TMS Merged Reality Concept

Theorem's Visualization Experience software has provided Valiant TMS with a unique opportunity to visualize 3D CAD models placed directly over real world equipment, tooling and components.

Valiant TMS is a global company powered by people working together to be the most trusted partner in delivering intelligent automation solutions. The company is a full-service Industry 4.0 system integrator leading the way in digitalization, process development, design and technology integration.

Valiant TMS specializes in welding and joining, automated assembly and test, industrial parts washers and final assembly systems. The company was founded in Windsor, Ontario in 1959 and today operates from 24 facilities in 13 countries with 1,700+ team members serving companies in the automotive, aerospace and heavy industry sectors.

Partnering with Theorem Solutions

We interviewed Suresh Rama, Director, Business Intelligence and Innovation, Raymond Slowik, Senior R&D Engineer and Jaee Jadhav, Mechanical R&D Engineer from Valiant TMS about their experience of working with Theorem and to discuss some of their current and future use cases.

Valiant TMS started using Theorem's CAD conversion solutions about 10 years ago. When they began looking for a partner to help them develop a merged reality and IIOT concept – the direction Theorem had taken with its’ XR visualisation on tools with the use of 3D CAD content to create holographic models using the Microsoft HoloLens – had yet again made Theorem the perfect partner.

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