Digital Engineering May 2018

Inside this Issue:

COVER STORY: Engineering’s Link to Blockchain

The technology associated with cryptocurrency offers new approaches to data security and transaction record integrity. By Kenneth Wong 

EDITORIAL

Are you tired of hearing about the in- ternet of things (IoT)? If so, you’re out of luck. Forecasts from industry experts vary a bit, but they all predict the billions of “things” con- nected to the internet will grow to tens of billions in just a few years. The IoT continues to grow by leaps and bounds because of the power of those connections. 

WORKFLOW: Roadblocks Slow the Digital Twin Race

Companies are proceeding with caution on the digital twin journey, slowed by varying interpretations of the technology, complexity and lack of a package toolset. By Beth Stackpole 

DESIGN: AutoCAD 2019 Review 

The new release makes multiple products available for a single price. By David Cohn 

SIMULATION: An ESRD CAE Handbook Look

Follow a fatigue crack problem and pre-load in a T joint.

EMI Simulation Advances

An increase in embedded electronics and IoT devices is spurring the use of electromagnetic interference simulation. By Brian Albright 

ENGINEERING COMPUTING: Deep Learning Accelerates Product Development

A typical engineer can grasp the basics of deep learning tools in a day.

Lenovo ThinkPad P71: A New Performance Leader

Lenovo’s new 17-in. mobile workstation delivers even faster performance. 

IOT: Facing the Embedded Security Crisis

Defense for cyberattacks must begin with device design.

Tiny Devices, Big Simulation Hurdles

Small form factor, intense computation and 3D-printed circuitry test the ECAD industry.

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PROCAD 2025 Released
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Indy Autonomous Challenge Returns to Goodwood Festival of Speed
This year, the IAC’s AV-24 fully autonomous racecar will be piloted by software from the PoliMOVE-MSU team.

Generative Design Pushes Workstation Performance
The design process requires the right hardware to support higher data and simulation workloads.

Massivit Reports 15 New Orders for its Large-Format 3D Printer
Company has received two more orders from Bombardier, Canadian aerospace company and Navistar, an American transportation company.

WAAM3D Releases MINIWAAM Metal Printer
MiniWAAM features WAAM3D’s end-effectors, sensing hardware and software.

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