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Making Simulation Pay
Don't forget to mark your calendars now for the virtual Digital Engineering Design & Simulation Summit that will return on Oct. 31, 2024.
Can AI Eat Itself?
Looks like synthetic training data is here to stay—it's something engineering organizations should keep a close eye on.
Sustainable Packaging Requires an Innovative Data-Driven Ecosystem 
Sustainable packaging is a complex challenge that cuts across several evolving manufacturing developments.
Ready or Not, Manufacturers will Soon be Held to Rigid Sustainability Standards
By enabling manufacturers to incorporate sustainability best practices into the early upstream product development stages, engineers can advance innovation while helping to mitigate the industry’s environmental footprint.
3D Printing at the Crossroads
Additive manufacturing events revealed a state of the industry that is facing economic obstacles.
Living Heart Project Meets HPC
This piece highlights the possibilities and potential that lie at the intersection of cloud computing and cardiac care.
Still Thinking About Artificial Intelligence
In the design and simulation space there is a lot of activity around AI and machine learning, but there is a question of who is adopting at this point.
New Year, New Challenges
It already looks like 2024 is going to keep us all off balance.
Industry Pressures in Flux: An Outlook on 2024
Siemens examines the trends and challenges that face designers and manufacturers in 2024.
Artificial Intelligence is Getting Real in Design
DE's readership concurs: AI is expected to have big impacts in the product development space for years to come.
Musk’s Manufacturing Algorithm Mirrors Engineering Digitalization
Author considers the rules through the lens of PLM strategies and engineering transformation.
Toying with New Technology
Take a look at this issue to see how toy design and manufacturing have evolved over the past several years.
Join Us at the Design & Simulation Summit
The event will feature expert speakers discussing relevant topics related to design, simulation, additive manufacturing, engineering workstations and the digital thread.
Lessons From the Titan
Simulation, testing and rapid prototyping aren’t enough—you need processes (and regulations) in place so that when engineers raise a red flag, those in charge have to listen and respond.
Additive Reality Check
Taking a look back at new technology—automation solutions, new software, large-scale printers— and more in the additive manufacturing space.



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