Digital Engineering, December 2019

Our December coverage of the annual Technology Outlook Survey, software licensing, mobile workstations, and more.

Inside This Issue

Designing the Future

DE readers chime in on emerging design technologies.

Getting Graphic

Intel is joining the discrete GPU market. Here’s how to follow the latest news and announcements from the chipmaker.

Is AR/VR Ready to Go Beyond Visualization?

Storytelling is the dominant use of mixed reality devices at present, but that may change in the future.

Mobile Workstations Continue to Rise

Demand is driven by the desire to have as much computing power as possible at hand 24/7.

New Licensing Options Satiate Users’ Appetite for Design Tool Flexibility

As the cloud gains traction and digital business accelerates, CAD and CAE users are hungry for more flexible deployment and payment options.

Robots Are Going Soft

Materials innovations are helping create less rigid, more compliant robotic structures.

CAE in the Cloud

The 2019 Compendium of UberCloud CAE Case Studies.

Improving the 3D Experience

SolidWorks 2020 offers a host of new features plus links to Dassault’s 3DEXPERIENCE platform.

HP ZBook 14u G6 Mobile Workstation: Compact Road Warrior Workstation

This new 14-in. workstation is a great choice for on-the-go engineers.

Download today

Latest News

5 Ways to Reduce Production Costs
The new guide explains how 3D printing removes hurdles that can drive up production costs.

Partnership Targets Design Solutions to Prevent Violence Against Women
WDO and UN Women in Asia and the Pacific team up to reduce abuse through improved health, equality.

FREE WEBINAR: How the Cloud is Revolutionizing Product Development 
Learn how cloud-based product development tools can further your digital transformation strategy.

Nexa3D Acquires NXT Factory
Move will increase potential market for production-class 3D printing.

All posts


Related Topics

Magazine Archive   All topics