Digital Engineering, June 2017

Flying on Water: the engineering behind the America's Cup race; AutoCAD review; topology optimiation; electronic 3D printing; HP workstation review; and a focus on the IoT.

Inside this issue

Flying on Water

The America’s Cup charts new waters in technology-driven racing design.

It Takes Tech & Teamwork

How America’s Cup teams integrate design, simulation, optimization, 3D printing, data analysis and high-performance computing technology for any advantage.

Review: Happy Birthday, AutoCAD

After 35 years, AutoCAD is still the world’s leading CAD program.

Topology Optimization, Part 1

Gain insight as to what controls can be exerted on the process to increase relevance to design goals.

The State of Electronic 3D Printing

3D electronics printing is still an emerging technology, but production systems are now in place in a few industries.

Workstation Review: Small and Beautiful

HP rethinks the workstation with its deceptively tiny Z2 Mini G3.

The High-Performance Data Analytics Buzz

What becomes of your HPC clusters in the move to high-performance data analysis?

A Patchwork of Technologies

An IoT development platform must impart a broad spectrum of functionality. The true measure of success, however, lies in its ability to deliver these capabilities in a seamless, integral fashion.

Embedded Emergence

New skills and philosophies are needed for embedded system design.

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Latest News

Massivit 5000 Large-Scale 3D Printer to be Showcased at RAPID + TCT Show
Company also reports launch of Massivit 10000 automated tooling system for composite materials manufacturing.

Kimya Partners With Stratasys
With the integration of KIMYA into its ecosystem, Stratasys can offer a wider range of materials.

SymphonyAI Industrial Launches MOM 360
MOM 360 delivers composable smart manufacturing applications enabling manufacturers to scale deployments flexibly.

Optimism at AMUG 2022
People want to see the hardware in action and (more importantly) make connections with potential vendors, partners and customers.

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