Digital Engineering December 2022

Our December issue includes the results of our annual Technology Outlook Survey, as well as coverage of 4D printing, women in engineering, CAD interoperability, and AI for simulation.

In This Issue:

Technology Outlook 2023

DE readers provide a glimpse of their engineering technology usage in our annual survey.

Boosting CAD Interoperability

Consolidation and change within industries that use engineering design software raise questions about CAD software interoperability. 

AI and ML Transforming Simulation

Use of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms in FEA increase predictive performance, speed up processing time.

How to Encourage More Women to Join Engineering

Women in simulation discuss diversity in their fields.

Printing in the Fourth Dimension 

Smart materials and new design capabilities will usher in a generation of self-modifying structures with applicability for medical, aerospace and various other innovative uses cases.

Engineering Workstation Market Bulking Up

Virtual roundtable gathers insights on the state-of-the-workstation market.

Digital Twin’s Evolving Footprint

Keep an eye on key technologies and on the tighter linkage of the physical and digital worlds.

Review: A New King is Crowned 

HP’s new Z2 Tower G9 workstation reclaims the price/performance title.

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See the Future at GTC 2024
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Phrozen Debuts Arco, an FDM 3D Printer
With Arco’s expansive 300x300x300 mm3 printing volume, printing larger models or simultaneous printing of parts became more convenient.

DSI to sell CloudNC’s CAM Assist AI Software
 DSI, a large solution provider for Autodesk Fusion, will sell CloudNC’s CAM Assist,an AI solution for CNC machine...

Next-Gen: Full STEAM Ahead
Student Competition: The MIT Challenge and The Village School of Houston

Configuring a Workstation for SOLIDWORKS 2024
Learn how to select the right hardware for the latest release of SOLIDWORKS.

GPUs Drive HPC-Powered CAE and Machine Learning
JPR reports evolving CAE landscape

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