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Majority of Engineering Teams May Continue Remote Work
66% of engineering firms indicate remote work will continue even after pandemic subsides.
Majority of Engineering Teams May Continue Remote Work
66% of engineering firms indicate remote work will continue even after pandemic subsides.
Coronavirus Updates: Latest Tech Show Cancellations or Postponements
Periodically updated list of engineering, manufacturing, and technology shows cancelled or postponed due to coronavirus concerns
Rackspace Technology, UC Irvine, Scientific Systems and Plan4Co Debut COVID-19 Forecasting Model
The team—experts in medical, academic, data science and forecasting fields—showed that hospitalizations and deaths can be better forecasted by using the Rackspace Technology solution compared to other commonly used forecasts.
At GM, 3D Printing is on the Fast Track
The car giant is expanding its use of AM for tooling applications, including fast change-over of production lines to fulfill a government contract for ventilators and PPE.
Students Use AI for a Better COVID-19 Prediction Model
How a spring term class project morphed into a race to track and predict the virus.
Engineer Building Beyond-This-World Solutions for COVID-19 Challenges
Xin Ning, assistant professor of aerospace engineering, was awarded a National Science Foundation grant to translate foldable space tools into medical equipment on Earth
PTC Offers Enterprise Version of Onshape Education Suite for Free
The cloud-based, Enterprise plan is designed for wide-scale implementation across global K-12 schools and universities to aid remote learning.
SME and Plataine Industrial IoT Study Finds 3x Increase in Industry 4.0 Adoption
Joint survey reveals manufacturers embracing digital manufacturing even before COVID.
Nico Rosberg Raffles Off Energica EGO Motorcycle for Charity
Formula 1 world champion and sustainability entrepreneur Nico Rosberg is giving away his electric supersport motorcycle to raise money for charities helping families in need.
Ventilator Project Spurs Inventive Collaboration and Design Under Lockdown
Designers and engineers rethink ventilator functions, prototyping and production.
Made for You—Just You
Photogrammetry and AM open new markets for personalized healthcare, eyewear, jewelry and more.
Major League Adjustments
Innovation still continues in the sporting world; this field is somewhat unique as it's an intimate mesh of physics, engineering and biology.
When Engineering Exits the Building
Organizations must find the right technology to support engineers’ data-intense workloads as work-from-home numbers increase.
Fictiv, Xometry Discuss Manufacturing Interruptions from COVID 19
On-demand manufacturing service providers urge supply chain shuffling, seeking local partners closer to home.
PODCAST: Shutdown’s Impact on Workstation Purchase, Electronics Manufacturing
Lenovo and MacroFab discuss mobile workstation sales and PCB production during the new normal



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Majority of Engineering Teams May Continue Remote Work
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