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Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence

78 Portsmouth Road
Cobham, KT11 1AN
United Kingdom
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Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence helps industrial manufacturers develop the disruptive technologies of today and the life-changing products of tomorrow. As a leading metrology and manufacturing solution specialist, our expertise in sensing, thinking and acting for the collection, analysis and active use of measurement data gives our customers the confidence to increase production speed and accelerate productivity while enhancing product quality.

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How software and the veteran machinist complement each other.

Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division selects Datanomix for its No Operator Input approach to production monitoring and out-of-the-box data.

This enables more plastic carbon reduction for new vehicles by digitizing sustainable compounds for engineers, according to the companies.

Use of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms in FEA increase predictive performance, speed up processing time.

Using the software, teams can evaluate the performance and feasibility of new design concepts quickly to inform more efficient product development, company notes.

Aim is to improve 3D printing build quality, companies say.

It’s important for automotive OEMs, in an effort to stay competitive, to adopt a flexible and agile manufacturing approach to adapt to new business models, experts say.

The combination of Adams multi-body dynamics simulation software and VI-grade driving simulators will help car makers create safer driving experiences.

Simulation and additive manufacturing offer new opportunities in nuclear energy.

As templates and apps broaden simulation’s reach, experts get a new role.

In this live webinar, learn how CAE technologies from Hexagon can accelerate development of electric vehicle powertrains.

Hexagon releases new report, "Recharging the Automotive Market," finding obstacles within the electric vehicle segment.

Increasing adoption of AI, ML and generative design makes engineers curious what the technology means for the future of design.

Readjusted design parameters, PLM software and digital twins can help engineers achieve more sustainable designs.

Company is seeking submissions for its Future of Manufacturing Summit.

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