Digital Engineering, August 2019

Our August coverage includes a focus on extended reality in design enigneering, workstation reviews and more.


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Inside this issue

Are You XR Ready?

Identifying the righ tuse case is key to getting the most out of enterprise AR.

Can AR Enhance Design?

Though augmented reality brings benefits for collaboration and design review, hardware limitations make engineers wonder about its viability.

Is Mixed Reality Worth a Try?

The visual technology holds much promise for design review and collaboration, but still faces limitations in hardware and processing power.  

Social and Connected PLM

Platforms like Slack and Microsoft Teams are gaining traction, but some say ad hoc exchanges must be part of the record for the digital thread.  

5G Wireless Design Challenge

Evolving wireless standards and the shift to 5G will require multidisciplinary approaches to simulation and design.

The Rise of Data Science Workstations

NVIDIA’s new hardware is making it easier for organizations to process data right on the desktop, as engineers are being drafted into data science roles.

Lenovo ThinkPad P72 Displays An Excellent Update

Lenovo’s 17-in. mobile workstation delivers great performance at a more affordable price.

Built for Speed

Velocity Micro ProMagix HD60 is a winning workstation at a competitive price.

BricsCAD Turns on the Power

BricsCAD V19 extends beyond AutoCAD’s capabilities.

Cloud-Based CAD Platform Offers Access Anywhere

Onshape’s latest features focus on performance, integration and usability.
 

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