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Software that does your research for you
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With so much information and so little time, engineers find it impossible to keep up with technology. Programs use semantic processing to search, read, and summarize thousands of pages of information so engineers don
The mouse that swallowed elephant
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When a little known company, Baystate Technologies, bought the 3D CAD pioneer, CADKEY, many expected both the software and the company would soon fade away. Little did they know.
Sensor deployment in automated factories should be done slowly and conservatively, otherwise engineers may face the loss of hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars, an Internet of Things expert will tell attendees at the upcoming Design & Manufacturing Show in Minneapolis.
A new proof-of-concept robot from Harvard's Wyss Institute shows that it may one day be possible to build sophisticated autonomous robots without any hard components.
Mobile technology is slowly gaining ground on the plant floor, even with indications of high ROI.
Perfection is a laudable, but ultimately unattainable, goal, even for the world's most successful consumer electronics company. You know the hits; here are Apple's all-time greatest misses.
Siemens' new version of Imagine Lab was designed to help the automotive and aerospace industries meet environmental mandates.
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