September 20, 2021
The automotive industry is experiencing seismic shifts in fluctuating demand, new use cases (such as ride sharing and vehicles-as-a-service), along with pressure to reduce weight and improve environmental performance.
At the same time, auto makers are attempting to shift to more hybrid and electric drivetrain technology, while also incorporating safe, autonomous vehicle features. All of these trends are impacting how vehicles are designed, and what materials and techniques are employed in their manufacture.
In this Special Focus Issue, our writers take a look at 3D printing in the automotive industry, new trends in vehicle simulation, and case studies on the deployment of new technologies in the vehicle design and manufacture space.
Engineering Services Outsourcing Market Size Worth $8,126.49 Billion by 2029
Corporations are putting money into R&D and concentrating on offering personalized solutions to their clients, research company reports.
Lufthansa Technik Uses Ansys Technology
Partnership enables Lufthansa to develop and certify AeroSHARK technology for more sustainable aviation, companies report.
FARO Partners With Hologate
HGXR systems will integrate FARO digital scanning technology.
Is AI Ready to Make Autonomous Vehicles a Reality?
Automotive OEMs are bringing the power of artificial intelligence to the development of self-driving cars.
Editor’s Pick: Quality Desktop 3D Printing
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Editor’s Pick: Powerful CAD in the cloud
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Editor’s Pick: Fast resin 3D printing
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Editor’s Pick: Additive Manufacturing Process Management
Stratasys GrabCAD Print Pro is software for managing 3D printing processes.