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Printed Electronics Enable Smart Sensors
The United Technologies Research Center and researchers at the University of Connecticut (UConn) are leveraging 3D printing technology to create wear sensors that can let operators know when a machine is damaged.
Hexagon Releases PC-DMIS 2018 R2
PC-DMIS 2018 R2 brings workflow improvements and broader support to the Hexagon Manufacturing ecosystem.
The Rise of Human-Interfacing Medical Sensors
Flexible hybrid electronics based medical sensors boast numerous selling points, most of which can be summed up as enabling better data collection.
3D Printing Enables Concrete Smart Wall
NOWLab, the innovation arm of large-scale 3D print specialist BigRep, has unveiled a smart concrete concept that combines 3D-printed concrete molds with printed lights and sensor technology.
Industrial Internet Consortium Announces Smart Printing Factory Testbed
IIC testbed automates print production and predictive maintenance.
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Editor’s Pick: Solid Edge 2019 Released
Broad expansion of portfolio includes new capabilities for electrical design and requirements management.
Crash Test Dummies Get Older, and Better
Adaptive and Markforged help Humanetics create a 3D-printed “elderly” model with use of crash test dummies.
DFM is a Path to Radical Profit Gains, not Just “Manufacturability”
Real-world examples of returns from early costing projects.
Different Paths Toward Democratization
You can take your pick of revolutionary technologies changing the world today. In the field of design engineering, technologies like simulation, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, additive manufacturing and sensor-laden, connected products are just a few with society-altering promise.
Hybrid System Builds Sensors into Metal
Creating the sensor represents a step in the instrumentation of the “things” populating the internet of things (IoT). Embedded sensors promise to provide the means to effectively capture in-situ data from industrial equipment, opening the door for advanced setup, maintenance...
Military Moves Toward Driverless Vehicles
Combatting engineering issues related to automated vehicles in combat settings.
Dell Technologies and Microsoft Collaborate to Simplify Delivery of IoT Solutions
Companies join forces to build secure, intelligent edge-to-cloud solution featuring Dell Edge Gateways, VMware Pulse IoT Center and Microsoft Azure IoT Edge.
Researchers Print Electronics on Human Skin
The technology could be used to print temporary sensors on the bodies of soldiers, for example, to detect chemical or biological weapons. Printed solar cells could also be used to charge electronics.
IPG Automotive Releases Version 7.0 of CarMaker Product Family
Simulation software from IPG offers new functionalities for virtual test driving.
Arduino Partners with Distrelec to Launch Automation and Robotics Contest
Users of the Arduino ecosystem challenged to design and build solutions for Industry 4.0 applications.



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