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Beth Stackpole is a contributing editor to Digital Engineering. Send e-mail about this article to DE-Editors@digitaleng.news.

Give it Up for PTC’s Next-Gen PLM Concept Built on IoT

PTC CEO Jim Hepplemann wove together the company’s forays into IoT, machine learning and analytics, augmented reality, 3D printing, application lifecycle management (ALM), and industrial connectivity.

PTC CEO Jim Hepplemann wove together the company’s forays into IoT, machine learning and analytics, augmented reality, 3D printing, application lifecycle management (ALM), and industrial connectivity.

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Engineers: The New Data Economy Wants You!

The Classification Learner app makes it easy to train models using supervised machine learning, and to export classification models to the MATLAB workspace. Image courtesy of MathWorks.

Big Data analytics is bound for mainstream engineering, promising to have a dramatic impact on how products are designed, manufactured and serviced.

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Self-Driving Cars Test Traditional Procedures

Ford’s autonomous vehicles employ high-resolution 3D mapping and LIDAR to facilitate driving in bad conditions when road markings aren’t visible. Image courtesy of Ford.

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.

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Integrate Embedded Software

The Geppetto free online design tool now supports the Intel Joule module, supporting design in one day and production in three weeks. Image courtesy of Gumstix.

Increasing product complexity and limited resources are leading to an uptick in the use of embedded software development services.

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Microsoft Flexes its Agile Muscles

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Using agile development methodologies, Microsoft’s hardware groups were able to standardize and consolidate on OnePDM in less than a year.

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