Digital Engineering September 2022

Our September 2022 issue focuses on innovation in the automotive sector, including connected car complexity, simulating poor driving conditions, and 3D printing in auto manufacturing.

In This Issue:

Automotive Design: Speed Time to Market

It’s important for automotive OEMs, in an effort to stay competitive, to adopt a flexible and agile manufacturing approach.

Rainmakers for Autonomous Driving

Simulation improves self-driving vehicles’ performance in hazardous weather.

Simulation’s Answer to Connected Car Complexity

The path to adopting advanced multiphysics design practices is complicated and multifaceted.

 

3D Printing Races to Redefine Automotive Production

Automotive OEMs are integrating AM into their manufacturing roadmaps for full-scale production parts.

Robots in Farmville

Agricultural machines plow into autonomy.

Case Study: Beyond Fast

Design. Print. Assemble. Drive. For Kevin Czinger and the team at Divergent 3D, this isn’t some catchy marketing phrase—it’s the right way to build cars.

Workflow Drives Workstation Selection

The decision to buy a tower or mobile workstation depends on engineering needs.

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Editor’s Pick: Major update for multiphysics simulation
COMSOL Multiphysics 6.1 update includes new simulation tools for audio technology and vehicle electrification.

Epic Games to Use HOOPS Exchange for CAD Import
Epic Games switches to HOOPS Exchange for handling CAD model import

Sculpteo Publishes Updated Report on The State of 3D Printing
In this 8th edition, there are indicators that 3D printing is moving towards greater sustainability.

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