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Engineering the Olympics
There was plenty of engineering know-how on display in Tokyo as well.
Trucks, Toilets and Innovation
Pondering how the technology we write about is being used, the ways in which innovation is applied, and how we prioritize our coverage of it.
Workforce Development: Business Goes Back to School
University partnerships drive innovative solutions, next-generation workforce training.
Designing Safer Patient-Operated Medical Devices
Design innovations can make home healthcare technology safer and more accurate.
Join us at CAASE21
The use of simulation earlier and more often during the design cycle continues to expand.
Rapid Prototyping to Optimize Telework in Manufacturing
Modern tools and technologies can help manufacturing companies boost productivity for remote employees.
Is It Time for the CAE Industry to Become Digital?
Cloud-based solutions can offer flexibility, ease-of-use to simulation engineers.
A Second Look at Generative Design
Generative design is a way to take some of the trial-and-error drudgery out of initial design work and get the engineer to the best design faster.
Gains and Losses
As certain physicists like to remind us, everything is connected, and I think the past year has certainly highlighted the ways in which those connections can play out, for both good and ill. 
Additive Manufacturing Solutions for Silicon Wafer Tooling
Industrial additive manufacturing solutions can optimize the hardware and tools in microchip fabrication production lines.
Sailing Into Advanced Design
Though the America’s Cup looks a little different this year, design innovation has contributed to the resiliency of the teams.
Meshing Data Science With Advanced Manufacturing
With Industry 4.0, it is becoming more evident that any advancements in the physical realm are becoming ever more dependent on the digital world, authors say.
What Will the New Normal Look Like?
Here at Digital Engineering, we have spent much of the past year evaluating how the pandemic affected the working life of our engineering audience, and the way they use technology.
Intersection of Product Lifecycle Management and Climate Change
A new international collaboration called the PLM Green Global Alliance is emerging to help advance PLM toward a more sustainable, lower carbon economy.
A Year Like No Other
Though the uncertainty that arrived with COVID-19 early in 2020 does not appear to be dissipating; even so, the engineering technology sector has continued to innovate and generally thrive.



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