Content tagged with Design Hardware & Software posted in June 2012
Design Agility a Key Pain Point
CAD/CAM Corner 6/28/2012
PTC research reveals that the ability to readily respond to late-stage design changes and struggles surrounding CAD interoperability remain ongoing challenges for engineering organizations.
IBM, NI Plug Systems Engineering Gap
CAD/CAM Corner 6/27/2012
IBM and National Instruments are building a bridge between their embedded software testing and quality management tools, delivering end-to-end traceability from requirements through system test.
Slideshow: History Reborn in 3D
CAD/CAM Corner 6/12/2012
Beyond modeling the latest car or aircraft carrier, 3D technologies like CAD and printers are helping recreate history, providing an opportunity to go back in time via an immersive, interactive experience.
Fujitsu Labs Addresses 3D Parts Reuse
CAD/CAM Corner 6/7/2012
Promising to accelerate parts model reuse and shorten design time, a Fujitsu research team has developed new global shape retrieval technology that unearths partially similar models from stored 3D CAD models.
Siemens Steps Up Search & 3D Data Sharing
CAD/CAM Corner 6/6/2012
Siemens PLM Software has released Active Workspace, a visual, interactive environment that complements PLM, helping users easily find and access intelligent 3D product data across systems to aid in better decision making.
ANSYS Takes Aim at Embedded Software
CAD/CAM Corner 6/5/2012
On the heels of its acquisition of Esterel Technologies, ANSYS steps into the world of systems engineering, rounding out its portfolio with a simulation tool for embedded software.
What's in Store for 2H12?
Design News has covered an astounding number of stories and topics so far this year, but we're not going to rest on our laurels. Stay tuned.
Technology has proven over and over again to be tremendously empowering, to individuals and organizations alike. Misuse that power, however, and you might find yourself in big trouble.
Steadfast in its belief that diesel engines are right for the times, General Motors is expanding US availability of the compression-ignited technology in Chevrolet cars and light trucks.
Most cyber attacks could be avoided by adopting a list of Critical Security Controls that were created by the Center for Internet Security. That’s the message from Steve Mustard of the Automation Federation.
How 3D printing fits into the digital thread, and the relationship between its uses for prototyping and for manufacturing, was the subject of a talk by Proto Labs' Rich Baker at last week's Design & Manufacturing Minneapolis.
The term “range anxiety” began fading into the rear view mirror recently, as major automakers made announcements about longer-range, battery-powered cars.
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