Digital Engineering March 2024

The March issue of Digital Engineering focuses on medical device design, including new software, DfAM for medical devices, synthetic simulation data, artificial intelligence, and a review of the Lenovo ThinkStation PX.

Inside This Issue:

Medical Device Design: A Transformative Time?

AI and new software is propelling device design forward into the next generation.

Prescribing a Healthy Dose of DfAM

Companies can optimize medical device designs and meet rigorous compliance requirements.

Medical Device Makers Explore Synthetic Data Use

AI plays an important role in generating synthetic data.

Powered by AI, Verified by Humans

Generative design reduces the human expert’s burden but cannot replace it.

Matching Workstation to Workload 

Finding just the right fit can be tricky but doable.

Review: Big, Powerful and Pricey: Lenovo ThinkStation PX

Lenovo delivers a new flagship workstation marked by new design and myriad options.

Case Study: Sintavia Extends Vertical Integration Strategy to Software

The digital manufacturer leverages Siemens’ suite to fuel simulation-based design through AM.

 

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