MSC.Software, wants its website to be more user friendly to engineers. The developer of NASTRAN and other analysis/engineering software says it's putting its money where its mouth is with a major website upgrade that's part of a half million dollar rebranding strategy. To figure out what changes would make its site easier for engineers to navigate, MSC conducted research and pored through customer feedback. "I had this massive stack of email messages—we actually kept all the complaints!" says Carlson Choi, Director of Strategic Marketing who spearheaded the website redesign effort. Major findings: Engineers wanted fewer clicks, a search function, and the ability to customize their own page. Full implementation of the launch is expected by the year's end. Choi says that MSC will follow-up the launch with hands-on beta testing with engineers.
Machine vision and video streaming systems are used for a variety of purposes, and each has applications for which it is best suited. This denotes that there are differences between them, and these differences can be categorized as the type of lenses used, the resolution of imaging elements, and the underlying software used to interpret the data.
Comic books long have appealed to kids as a fun way to introduce reading and art without being overly didactic. Now a software engineer and project manager from Oklahoma thinks the medium can be used to get them interested in STEM careers.
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