Digital Engineering, May 2019

Our May coverage of autonomous technology.


Images courtesy of: Volocopter, Waymo, Ken Kostel © Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Getty Images/Calmara.

Inside this issue

Autonomy by Land: Leveling Up in Autonomy

A look at the self-driving carmakers’ road ahead.

Autonomy by Air: Going on Autopilot

From flying taxis to cargo drones, efforts are underway to automate in the air.

Autonomy by Sea: Ocean Explorer Targets Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Waters

WHOI and NASA/JPL are designing an autonomous sea drone capable of exploring the hadal zone, up to almost 7 miles below sea level.

Kicking the Tires on Digital Twins

The benefits of virtual representations of individual physical assets aren’t just for large enterprises, small- and medium-sized businesses should explore their options.

Sensors Smarten Up the Edge

Companies that want to bring AI to the edge face hardware and data processing challenges.

Opportunities and Frustrations on the Edge

Balancing quality and quantity of edge data presents a difficult challenge.

Get Cracking with ANSYS Workbench 19.2

Walk through a fracture analysis using ANSYS Separating Morphing Adaptive Remeshing Technology.

Powerful, Lightweight and VR-Ready

The MSI WS65 8SK mobile workstation delivers great performance.

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