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Date / Time: Monday, July 30, 2012, 2:00 p.m. New York
For most design engineers, time is just as much of a barrier to new product design as materials, geometry and physics are. This is particularly true within the aerospace and defense design industries. And even with the benefits of contemporary 3D modeling and simulation at hand, time can still get added to the equation which can frustrate design teams on both ends of the cycle. Streamlining the overall design process without sacrificing the quality and reliability of data is the age-old challenge many high-end simulation providers have been addressing for years, and we’ll see just how far some of the more cutting-edge providers have come and where things are heading when Design News Contributing Editor Tim Votapka hosts a July 20 Design News radio show featuring Paul Goossens, VP of Applications Engineering at Maplesoft
and Blake Courter, Co-Founder of SpaceClaim.
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