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Roadblocks Slow the Digital Twin Race

Digital twins will give Hendrick Motorsports the speed and agility to make competitive design changes. Images courtesy of Hendrick Motorsports.

Companies are proceeding with caution on the digital twin journey, slowed by varying interpretations of the technology, the complexity and the lack of a packaged tool set.

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EMI Simulation Advances

An example of a printed circuit board layout. Image courtesy of ANSYS.

An increase in embedded electronics and IoT devices is spurring the use of electromagnetic interference simulation.

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Hybrid Manufacturing: A New Design Mindset

DMG Mori's Lasertec 65 3D Hybrid features an integrated Siemens NX Hybrid CAD/CAM module for additive and subtractive programming. Image courtesy of DMG Mori.

A new generation of additive and subtractive manufacturing platforms is poised to challenge engineers by expanding their freedom to pursue design differently while facilitating more efficient and cost-effective production processes.

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ANSYS to Acquire OPTIS

Acquisition will extend ANSYS’ portfolio to physics-based optical simulation and enhance ANSYS’ sensor simulation capabilities for autonomous vehicles.

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Embedded Software: The Heart of the IIoT

Embedded software has played a role in opening the door for the next industrial revolution—the industrial internet of things. Specialized programming enables intelligent, connected machines to capture, aggregate and analyze data.

The increasing momentum of the IIoT and the growing footprint of open-source software promise to foster the proliferation of embedded software-empowered intelligent devices and smart sensors.

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