Shaping the Next Generation of Engineers
By learning SolidWorks, engineering students are better prepared to make a difference in a world where future success depends on innovative ideas and technology. Take a look at some of the exciting projects that tomorrow's engineers are designing today.
A Car the Blind Can Drive
With non-visual driver interfaces, students at Virginia Tech developed a prototype that enabled blind teenagers to drive. Watch the video.
Award-Winning Hybrid Designs
The Texas A&M Racing Team designed a championship Formula Hybrid that beat 30 teams from around the world. Read more.
Big Technology in Tiny Spaces
Students at UC Irvine built a satellite smaller than a football full of delicate electronics that's tough enough to survive a rocket ride. Read more.
Students - By learning SolidWorks, you'll gain vital skills that today's employers demand. Go here to learn how SolidWorks can prepare you for a rewarding career. Learn more
Educators - Help your students get ahead by giving them access to the latest in 3D design and simulation technology. Go here to learn how to add SolidWorks to your engineering curriculum. Learn more.