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Live from CAASE: Simulation Fuels Ford’s Push Toward Electric Powertrains, Self-Driving Cars
CAASE keynoter sees a need for wider incorporation of standards across different software, as well as improvements in multi-discipline optimization methods to accelerate design of experiments.
Model-Based Industries Calling for Quality Assurance Within Digital Thread
Elysium’s North American summit presented a suite of user-friendly functionalities that support product development from early design through manufacturing.
Zuken USA names Keynote for Annual Event in April
Zuken USA announces No Magic’s CTO as keynote speaker at Zuken Innovation World in San Diego
CAASE18 Preview: Cars Will Have Souls, Personalities, Preferences
Cars of the future will behave a lot more like humans, according to Piero Aversa, Ford’s Chief Engineer for the Global Powertrain NVH & CAE.
The New Face of Cyber-Physical Systems
Manufacturers turn to new robotics and computing systems to transform the current path of automation so human expertise is not lost.
Big Business Gets Additive Manufacturing
The latest firsts in 3D printing are emerging out of R&D labs and being made by big businesses.
In Search of Engineering Tech at CES
Autonomous vehicles, 3D printing and new computing user experiences lead the CES tech news for engineers.
Ford Factory Takes On Extreme Weather Testing
The new Ford “Weather Factory,” to be based in Cologne, Germany, will allow automotive engineers to choose a weather pattern representing the most demanding conditions found around the world.
Self-Driving Cars Test Traditional Procedures
Current physical and virtual test and simulation methods can’t cover all of the possible scenarios for autonomous vehicles, opening the door to safety gaps.
Ford Uses CONVERGE CFD
Engineers used the software to develop the EcoBlue diesel engine.
Fed Gives Green Light to Driverless Cars
The mandate called on the states to come up with a uniform set of policies.
Fictiv Presents Panel on the Future of Automotive
Stratasys Demonstrates 3D Printing in the Digital Thread
Stratasys, Siemens, Boeing and Ford provide a sneak peek at how Fused Deposition Modeling may fit into the factory of the future.
Stratasys Demonstrates Large-Scale Manufacturing Systems
The company is partnering with Ford, Boeing and Siemens for automotive and aerospace applications.
Michigan Pulls Ahead In Autonomous Vehicle Race
Michigan tries to grab the mantle for leadership in connected and autonomous vehicles, a market predicted to reach 129 million vehicles sold between 2020 and 2035.



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