Digital Engineering, September 2018

Connecting Cars, Find Fatigue Failures, Engineering Electric Vehicles, Lenovo Mobile Workstation Review, PTC Creo Review, When to Engineer with Excel, Autodesk Nastran Overview and more.

Inside this issue

Top Story: The V2X Standards Faceoff

Auto manufacturers and standards organizations weigh the options.

Autonomous Visualization

Autonomous driving visualization tools make massive testing scenarios possible.

EVs and Design Complexity

Electric vehicles are introducing new levels of complexity to automotive design.

The Hunt for Invisible Damage

A peek inside the fatigue analysis discipline.

Engineering with Excel

With the right tools and best practices, organizations can move the digital thread forward and keep Excel.

Evaluate Testing Services

Consider more than cost when choosing a testing service provider partner.

Determinism on the Shop Floor

Access to cloud resources enables manufacturers to leverage modern analytics for system optimization and predictive maintenance.

PTC Creo 5.0 Review: New and Improved

The latest release offers new features and a wide range of extensions.

Autodesk Nastran In-CAD

Walk through the setup and analysis of a simple bracket to get an overview of this CAD-embedded finite element analysis software.

Review: Lenovo ThinkPad P52s: Thin, Lightweight and Affordable

A new P-Series mobile workstation for on-the-go professionals.

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Latest News

Epic Games Teams Up with Autodesk
Their joint goal is to accelerate real-time, immersive design capabilities across industries.

Tech Soft 3D Launches CAE-Based CEETRON Toolkits
The CEETRON solutions enables software engineers to accelerate CAE application development at every stage of the process.

Quickparts Acquires Xcentric Mold & Engineering
Acquisition expands Quickparts’ digital manufacturing offerings.

Simulation’s Answer to Connected Car Complexity
The path to adopting advanced multiphysics design practices is complicated and multifaceted.

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