Digital Engineering, September 2016

Inside this issue

Driving Toward Digital Twins

Real-time sensor data adds a new facet to interoperability.


Bridging the Design-Manufacturing Divide

The CAM market moves toward more automation and smoother interactions with design tools.


Integrate Electromagnetics into Upfront Simulation

On a scale of one to wow, today’s elctromagnetic simulation software packages are scoring high due to ever-improving capabilities.


Keeping the Connected Soldier Connected

Simulation is playing a key role in the design and test of antennas used extensively on the communications, GPS and health-monitoring gear worn by today’s connected soldier.

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