Digital Engineering January/February 2024

Our January/February issue focuses on redesigning the power grid, the data pipeline for digital twins, desktop vs. mobile workstations, and a review of the HP Z4 Rack G5 Workstation.

Inside This Issue:

AU 2023 Puts the Spotlight on AI

Company reveals roadmap for AI-powered design and simulation tools.

Powering Up Next-Gen Power Grids

Planning for use of sustainable power resources requires simulation.      

Creating Carbon Capture Systems

Thanks to an ability to generate lightweight, organic-shaped structures, 3D printing technologies are enabling next-generation systems tasked with greenhouse gas reduction.

Desktop vs. Mobile Dilemma

Sorting out individual workstation benefits boils down to how the engineer plans to use the system.

Know Before You Simplify

Experts discuss the pros and cons of simplifying simulation models.

Laying Down the Data Pipeline for Digital Twins

Data-driven simulation demands new approaches to old issues.

Review: Wide and Wonderful - Lenovo P49w-30 ThinkVision

This Lenovo monitor is equivalent to two universal high-definition displays. 

Review: A Rack-Mounted Powerhouse - HP Z4 Rack G5 Workstation

HP delivers a mighty new rack-mounted workstation.

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Capgemini Expands with Unity’s Digital Twin Arm
Plan is to accelerate enterprises’ digital transformation through real-time 3D technology.

Keysight Introduces QuantumPro Integrated EDA Workflow
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FREE WEBINAR MARCH 14: Can AI Cut Down Simulation Time and Cost?
In this webcast, PredictiveIQ discusses how artificial intelligence can improve the performance of FEA and CFD simulations.

Velo3D Releases Flow Developer for its Print Prep Software
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