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Advanced Product Development Resource Center Digital Issue

Our coverage of immersive design, design complexity, mobility, digital disruption, collaboration, and increased productivity is divided among five stages of the product development cycle.

The Advanced Product Development Resource Center (APDRC) is an ever-growing repository of information to help design engineering teams capitalize on the use of today’s most advanced computing, design, simulation and visualization technologies. Produced in partnership with Dell and NVIDIA, the APDRC highlights how these technologies can be applied across the design cycle.

The APDRC is built around the five stages of the product development cycle: Conceptual Design, Detailed Design, Simulation & Analysis, Visualization, Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM).

The articles in this digital edition were selected to help guide you through the process of optimizing your workflow for specific design engineering tasks. By configuring your computing hardware to match the engineering design software you use, you can boost productivity and focus on innovation.

Visit the resource center at APDRC.com for the latest developments on technological advances, videos, white papers and more from DE, Dell and NVIDIA.

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