Digital Engineering, July 2019

Our July coverage of the rise in product recalls, digital transformation, digital twins and product reviews.

Inside this issue

What’s Wrong?

Looking for answers at the intersection of technology, process and business practices.

Is Digital Transformation Stuck in Neutral?

Engineering has an appetite for new technologies to digitally transform, yet traditional silos and culture remain obstacles
to large-scale success.

Two of a Kind

Exploring how digital twins are shaping our digital fabric and engineering future.

Bringing the Cloud into Product Data Management

Even as vendors create cloud-based PDM, organizations still face security and interoperability concerns.

Digitalization Reveals Data Management Gaps

Vendors are redefining data management capabilities to address the diversity and large-scale data requirements of the digital thread.

3D Printing Permissions

Coming soon to an additive manufacturing shop near you: digital rights management.

Simulation Silos

As access to compute resources expands, and new tools shift simulation to engineers and designers,
the volume of simulation data has increased.

The IoT Processor Dilemma

Proliferation of connected devices has led to increased complexities in product design.

What’s New in AutoCAD 2020

The new release offers a short but significant list of enhancements.

Budget CAD Gets Better

CorelCAD 2019 adds more AutoCAD compatibility.

Rhino 6: A Powerful Creature

The popular NURBS-based modeler continues to grow.

Lightweight and Powerful, but Pricey

Origin PC NT-15 Quadro mobile workstation is a 15.6-in. laptop that delivers good performance at a premium price.
 

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