Digital Engineering March 2022

The latest issue of Digital Engineering focuses on aviation design, 3D printing in space, rugged engineering workstations, and AI in design, along with a review of two different configurations of the HP ZBook Fury 15 G8 mobile workstation.

Inside This Issue:

Reaching for the Stars, Privately

Private enterprises set their sights on space travel.

Aerospace Digital Twins Gain Altitude

As digital twin capabilities expand, aerospace companies can gain more insight into the entire aircraft lifecycle.

3D Printing’s Space Odyssey

From on-demand parts production to extraterrestrial housing construction, 3D printing plays a central role in space exploration.

Take Flight Faster with 3D Printing

Emerging eVTOL aircraft developers turn to additive manufacturing for lightweighting and prototyping.

Extreme Environments Call for Rugged Workstations

Such systems populate a small—but necessary—segment of the workstation market. 

Artificial Intelligence: The New Math for Engineering Design?

Manufacturers are leveraging AI in design to get products to market faster.

A Tale of Two Laptops: HP ZBook Fury 15 G8 mobile workstation

DE looks at two configurations of HP’s top-of-the-line 15-in. mobile workstation.

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