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IoT Can Supercharge Engineering Development

In the super-connected world of IoT, the IoT product company will know where problems are; the team will then be interviewing customers to get the context and verify understanding to make the next product better.

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Regarding FEA, Who Are You Calling Dumb?

Tony Abbey is a self-proclaimed fan of analogies. When considering finite element analysis (FEA) elements, he asks readers to consider them as players on your football team who have a certain level of intelligence.

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Cloud Computing Forecast: The Clouds are Clearing

With so many long-established companies scrambling to stay ahead of (or catch up to) disruptive upstarts, it seems like cloud computing is a foregone conclusion. Or is it?

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Engineering’s Compute Power Appetite is Insatiable

Over the span of decades, the need for more compute power continuously grows. That, of course, has been driven by software providers exploring the very edge of what can be done.

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Optimize Early and Often

Multidisciplinary optimization (MDO) technology is improving quickly, becoming more user friendly with every release, but it’s still far from easy to set up a study as complex as this one.

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Making Flexible Hybrid Electronics a Reality

Mass-producing complex printed sensing systems that include processing and communications modules requires designs that incorporate printed and advanced CMOS-based components. Until recently, no one has developed manufacturing processes that can produce such systems.

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The Multiplication of Disruption

Opportunities from digital disruption will be driven by data, so a solid first step is to ensure everyone is able to make use of the data to work together efficiently.

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In-Service Part Quality for Additive Manufacturing

Today we are witnessing the next breakthrough—the widespread adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) technology, popularly known as 3D printing, for production use.

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Irish Roads Test Technology, Marriage

Once V2V technologies get past standardization, security and compliance hurdles, they will still need to be designed in such a way to help overcome human nature.

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