Digital Engineering, March 2017

Wearables get hot; preparing engineering students for work; understanding load paths; Lenovo workstation reviews; large-format printing; energy-efficient sensors; enigneering collaboration and more.

Inside this issue

Too Hot to Handle, Too Bright to Watch

Thermal simulation of wearables must tackle tight corners, personal preferences and interdisciplinary communication issues.

Out of Classroom Curriculum

Student competitions prepare up-andcomers with the hands-on experience necessary to meet the challenges of next-generation engineering.

Understanding Load Paths

Diagram to help determine the nature of the load.

New Lenovo ThinkStation P410 Offers Xeon Processors

Mainstream performance at an entry-level price.

Portable and Affordable

The lightweight 15.6-in. Lenovo ThinkPad P50s mobile workstation features incredible battery life.

Put Engineering Collaboration Front and Center

Social media and concurrent software development lead to collaborative engineering procedures.

Energy Efficiency for Always-on Sensing

Technologies and techniques to reduce energy use in mobile, wearable and IoT devices.

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