Automotive Companies Steer Toward DfAM
April 19, 2022
Up and down the automotive supply chain, engineering organizations are turning to AM and DfAM principles to gain an edge on electrification and lightweighting design goals.
February 18, 2022
Today’s engineering designs are shaped with sustainability and incorporate innovation.
3D Printing Throttles Up Skyline GT-R Replacement Parts
April 8, 2021
With partners SOLIZE and HP and help from 3D printing, Nissan optimizes production of NISMO Heritage Parts.
SOLIZE and HP Enable Sustainable 3D Production of Replacement Heritage Parts
March 17, 2021
SOLIZE, HP and Nissan share commitment to sustainable production, finding innovative ways to reduce, reuse and recycle.
Winners of Altair Awards Are No Lightweights
October 7, 2020
Companies representing automotive industry share lightweighting recipes for success. DE reached out to the winners to collect a behind-the-scenes perspective on the standout work from companies that earned accolades in this year’s competition.
The Automation of Transportation
June 1, 2018
HPC drives billions of virtual miles toward the development of self-driving vehicles.
Nissan Implements an End-to-End Data Solution
June 1, 2018
The systems at the Nissan Tochigi plant are cutting-edge, generating huge volumes of information that go into every aspect of automobile design and production.
In Search of Engineering Tech at CES
January 16, 2017
Autonomous vehicles, 3D printing and new computing user experiences lead the CES tech news for engineers.
Nissan Creates World’s Largest 3D Pen Sculpture
September 9, 2016
The company used 3Doodler pens to create a full-size replica of a new vehicle.
GPU Virtualization Accelerates Engineering Efficiency
April 1, 2016
Advances in GPU acceleration are providing engineers the flexibility for remote CAD collaboration as well as efficiencies throughout the design workflow.
Nissan LEAF Security Flaws Exposed via Hacking
February 25, 2016
The NissanConnect EV app could be hacked via a Web interface to control individual car functions and access journey data.
VDI Takes the Driver’s Seat In Nissan Next Generation Vehicle Design Platform
January 20, 2016
Nissan is implementing a new next-generation vehicle design infrastructure built on virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) designed to give its global R&D centers a continuous, high-speed connection to the latest vehicle data no matter where they are located.
Partnership Develops Next-Generation Automotive Design Platform
December 23, 2015
HP Enterprise and Siemens are powering a worldwide virtual desktop infrastructure for Nissan.
NASA, Nissan Collaborate on Self-Driving Cars
January 15, 2015
Engineering teams will share research and resources at facilities to create the first prototype this year.
Nissan Says Autonomous Cars are Coming in 2020
December 4, 2001
SIGGRAPH 2022: Intel Launches Professional Workstation GPUs
Intel debuts two Intel Arc Pro-A series professional GPUs for workstations
Global 4D Printing Market Predicted to Grow Markedly
Key companies covered in the ‘Global 4D Printing Market’ research report by Research Nester are Dassault Systèmes, Materialise, Organovo...
C3D Toolkit 2022 Now Available
The modules in the release provide a solution for building 3D design applications for desktops, mobile, clouds and the web.
NVIDIA CEO Huang to Headline NVIDIA GTC Conference
Deep learning pioneers Yoshua Bengio, Geoff Hinton, Yann LeCun among the industry experts to present at AI conference in September.
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Editor’s Pick: Industrial ceramic 3D printing
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Editor’s Pick: Improved PCB workflow in MCAD
New features in the Siemens NX Summer 2022 update will enable users to...