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

Decoding the IoT Development Platform

Broadcom WICED Development System

The broad technology stack required for IoT product development dictates that engineering teams rely on multiple development platforms.

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Materials: 3D Printing’s Medical Miracle

Cranial Implants

Advances in material science coupled with modified 3D printing processes and new generative design software are ushering in an era of personalized medicine.

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Dealing with the Deluge of Big Data

MathWorks Machine Learning

IoT products can deliver valuable information that can help evolve future designs -- but engineers need to know how to use it.

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3D Printing: The Next Medical Miracle?

Stratasys bio-model

3D printing is driving innovations in surgical training, implants, and prosthetic devices that are improving patient care while reducing risk and cost.

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AutoMatIC Tackles Materials Data Challenge


AutoMatIC aims to develop automotive industry-specific standards and best practices for organizing, managing and sharing critical materials data.

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Security: The New Frontier in IoT Design

The Internet of Things requires a new design approach to address security throughout a product’s full lifecycle, including early-stage design.

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