Industry Focus: The Digital Factory
Inside this issue...
The manufacturing space has lately been focused on two trends with a common denonimator: digital transformation, and the use of digital twins. Both will play important roles in the dawn of Industry 4.0 and the Factory of the Future. A lot has to happen for that to become a reality. In this special digital issue, we take a deep dive into digital twin technology, as well as how design technologies and 3D printing will affect adoption of digital manufacturing scenarios.
Digital Engineering, June 2020
The June 2020 issue provides a preview of the CAASE20 virtual conference, as well as coverage of simulation innovations, rapid prototyping, and reviews of AutoCAD 2021 and the AMD Radeon Pro WX 8200...
Industry Focus: Design for Medical Devices
In this Special Digital Issue, we take a look at how simulation software, 3D printing, and other technologies can be used to improve the design of medical devices.
Digital Engineering, May 2020
The May 2020 issue covers industry responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, simulation innovations, digital twins, and a review of the HP ZBook 17 G6 mobile workstation.
Technology Focus: The Future of CAD and Simulation Licensing Models
Simulation and design software vendors (like software providers in other industries) have been slowly rolling out cloud-based products and new, more flexible licensing models. New vendors that built cloud-based products...
Digital Engineering, April 2020
The April 2020 issue focuses on new design and simulation tools for additive manufacturing, materials innovations, reverse engineering, and includes a review of the Dell Precision 7540 workstation.
Technology Focus: Designing for Aerospace
The aerospace industry has always been a leader when it comes to new design innovations. In part, that is because of the unique regulatory and consumer pressures that force some...
Digital Engineering, March 2020
The March 2020 issue focuses on high-performance computing (HPC) for design and simulation applications, and includes a preview of the upcoming CAASE20 conference, FEA tips from Tony Abbey, and a review...
Digital Engineering, January/February 2020
The January/February 2020 issue focuses on the use of augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) in design and simulation applications, and includes a preview of the upcoming CAASE20 conference,...
Technology Focus: Simulation and Design Software Roundup
The design and simulation software market is undergoing so many changes right now that it can be difficult for end users to keep up. Beyond the new and advanced features...
Digital Engineering, December 2019
The December 2019 issue focuses on our annual Technology Outlook Survey, augmented and virtual reality, mobile workstation trends, new software licensing options, flexible robotics materials, and more. We also have a...
Digital Engineering, November 2019
The November 2019 issue focuses on new developments in metal-based additive manufacturing, designing for metal AM, AI-accelerated rendering, design trends in home robotics, and stress simulation. We also have a review...
Digital Engineering, October 2019
The October 2019 issue focuses on new developments in composites, simulation for additive manufacturing materials, materials design, and user interface designs. We also have reviews of KeyCreator 2019 and the MSI WS65 ...
Digital Engineering, September 2019
The September 2019 issue examines subscription software, purpose-built application bundles, the democratization of simulation, consumer vs. professional hardware, and budget workstation options. Plus Dell's Precision 3540 and 3541 mobile workstations, ParaMatters CogniCAD, Autodesk...
Digital Engineering, August 2019
The August 2019 issue examines the use of extended reality in design, as well as augmented reality and mixed reality for design review, new social and connected PLM platforms, and the...
Digital Engineering, July 2019
The July 2019 issue questions the rise in product recalls, explores the obstacles to digital transformation, and explains the benefits of digital twins. Plus, AutoCAD 2020, CorelCAD 2019, Rhino 6 and the Origin PC...
Digital Engineering, June 2019
The June 2019 issue focuses on how design engineering computing is evolving to support more graphics-intensive workloads, such as designing with mixed reality, simulation and design using graphics processing units, and...
Digital Engineering, May 2019
The May 2019 issue focuses on how design engineering technologies are enabling autonomous vehicles by land, air and sea. We also look at digital twins, bringing data from the edge back...
Digital Engineering, April 2019
The April issue of Digital Engineering features in-depth coverage of additive manufacturing, including 3D printed electronics, integrating additive manufacturing into the larger workflow, design and simulation for additive manufacturing, a...
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