Digital Engineering January 2018

Inside this Issue:

Cover Story: Design Advice from Algorithms

Design engineers face new challenges in working with computation-driven design software.

IoT: The New Machine

Designing machines that can analyze data on the edge provides more value to the IoT.

SIMULATION: Different Strokes for Different Folks

Geometry simplification needs are different for designers and analysts; so, too, are the tools they must use.

WORKFLOW: Integrating Legacy Data: a Perennial PLM Pain Point

Despite a flurry of migration tools and advancements in core PLM platforms, migrating legacy data remains a costly and complex endeavor when modernizing PLM platforms.

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