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Trust, Technology and Being Human
An engineering workflow needs to take human nature and the pros and cons of software recommendations into account.
Part 3: Transition to Simulation Via Training
Training courses are a great place to start, but it’s essential to know what you are getting up front. Following is the necessary core content for a simulation training course.
3 Ways to Close the Digital Engineering Skills Gap
How can manufacturers accelerate digital transformation efforts to succeed in the Fourth Industrial Revolution? Here are three ways to close the digital skills gap.
Transition to Simulation Via Training, Part 2
Here’s what core content is necessary in a simulation training course.
Experiencing Is Believing in Immersive Design
The power of an immersive, shared experience to promote collaboration and inform design should not be underestimated.
High-Performance Computing (HPC) and the Art of Innovation
The challenge for today’s engineering companies is to ensure that creative ideas are efficiently converted into real-world products and delivered at industrial scale.
Don’t Be Too Busy To Improve
It takes an enormous effort to successfully introduce a disruptive technology to a busy workflow. Is the problem that engineers don’t think they need the new software, or are they just too stuck in their ways—or too busy...
So, You’ve Started Simulating—Now What?
The first step is doing the simulations and storing as much about them as you can; automation and consistency are add-on benefits that you shouldn’t overlook
Different Paths Toward Democratization
You can take your pick of revolutionary technologies changing the world today. In the field of design engineering, technologies like simulation, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, additive manufacturing and sensor-laden, connected products are just a few with society-altering promise.
Making Connections and the IoT
Connecting with people is just as important to advancing innovation as technology.
A Legacy of Connected Equipment
The IoT is a new world of connected equipment and data flows, which means that good ideas will come from unexpected sources.
3D Printing a Piece of the Puzzle
3D printing alone won’t change the world, but it’s a growing part of the puzzle for people with the right vision.
What AI Can Do for Electronic Design Automation
AI has begun to come into its own, making tremendous strides over the past few years. But for all its successes, applications of AI-like machine learning, neural networks and deep learning have been slow to find a place in electronic...
Calculation Management Done Right
For many projects, technical calculations may not be managed with the same attention as other intellectual property. What’s often missing is calculation management, a process that treats calculations like the vital, valuable company assets they are.
FEA Demos and Benchmarks
If a classical solution can be emulated using FEA, then it’s a good check of the software and our analysis skills.



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