At the Crossroads: Mechanical, Software Engineering
November 1, 2018
Do mechanical engineers know enough about software to meet the demands of increasingly connected and 'smart' product design?
How Embedded Data Recorders are Changing Crash Testing
August 8, 2018
As production of THOR continues to ramp up, labs are trying to get everything prepared and in place for the transition.
Humans Play Crash Test Dummy Role for Autonomous Vehicle Testing
August 15, 2017
Standard crash test dummies weren’t optimal for testing the automated braking systems.
Tracking Materials for System Simulation
July 1, 2017
Selecting the wrong material files can skew simulation results; centralized management can help.
Level 3 Inspection Successfully Deploys Smart Inspection Station
January 19, 2017
The technology is currently being used for aerospace inspection applications.
Drop Testing Sensors Capture Critical Data
September 1, 2015
Virtual simulations and real-world drop testing reinforce each other.
PCTEST Lab Expands Testing Capabilities
March 6, 2015
The company has upgraded its R&S TS8980FTA-2 and CMW500 systems for 4G/LTE testing.
Intertek Expands Testing Services
March 4, 2015
The organization is including more LTE verification as part of its portfolio.
EDAS Inc. Relaunches as Apex Turbine Testing Technologies
February 23, 2015
The organization offers services and software for turbomachinery testing.
AAR Expands Testing Services
February 9, 2015
Highly Accelerated Life Testing and Stress Screening are now available for the aerospace and automotive industries.
Crash Test Collaboration
February 1, 2015
The Center for Collision Safety and Analysis helps automotive, aerospace and transportation industries keep current with simulation and testing methods.
Mimicking Reality in Product Development
February 1, 2015
Immersive 3D experiences touted as the foundation of a new kind of collaboration.
Engineering Tests Roll into Early-Stage Design
December 1, 2014
Testing is moving out of its silo and into the early design workflow to help minimize costly, late-stage design changes.
Data Acquisition System is Key to Engineering a Smarter Dummy
November 1, 2014
WorldSID makes history as the first international regulation anthropomorphic manikin for crash testing.
Engineering Service Providers Put Success to the Test
April 3, 2014
Streamline the materials testing process to save time and money.
The Franklin Institute and TE Connectivity Collaborate on Tech Studio
Partnership connects the development and facilitation of interactive exhibit space with hands-on design and...
Air Force Readies Rapid Parts Replacement for Takeoff
The USAF is exploring how to leverage DLP 3D printing technology as a lean...
Contex Completes the HD Ultra X Scanner Series with Two Models
The series now includes 36- and 42-in. models, completing the range of scanning solutions...
Editor’s Picks: February 14-20, 2019
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of...
Editor’s Pick: Work in Part and Assembly Modes with BobCAM for SolidWorks V7
New version has 86 upgrades and enhancements to make CAM workflows more efficient.
Editor’s Pick: New ANSYS Release Unveils Motion Body Dynamics Line
ANSYS 2019 R1 also sees new noise-vibration-harshness workflow, multiple fluids enhancements and new...
Editor’s Pick: Advanced Particle Simulation Software Extends Modeling Features
Rocky DEM 4.2 debuts enhanced particle collision analyses as well as spring and...
Editor’s Pick: Electric Motor Design and Analyzer Updated
Simcenter Motorsolve sees new performance efficiency maps and connectivity for systems-level simulation.