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Innovation in the Classroom with Dean Ishwar Puri

Innovation in the Classroom by Siemens explores best practices to empower the next generation of digital…

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Enter NX Student Challenge

Students, pass the NX Certification exam online and enter NXStudentChallenge to win a fabulous gift!…

What’s New in Learning Advantage- Systems and Simulation with Simcenter Amesim

Ready to dive into the world of system simulation and optimization? Our newest Learning Advantage design and simulation tutorials featuring Simcenter Amesim will get you up to speed. This tool allows……

Siemens Collaborates with KNU in South Korea to Empower Future Digital Talent

This Monday (Aug.6 th ) Siemens Digital Industries Software signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Kyungpook National University Gifted and Talented Development Institute for software educat……

Following the Digital Thread –Part 7 of 8

To take a step back and appreciate the big picture of the full digital thread, Mark heads back to Washington, D.C., to meet with two of the people who see it best — Aaron Johns and Joe Schibi.
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Following the Digital Thread –Part 6 of 8

A part exists, but the work isn’t done yet. In this episode, Mark and the team will follow the bell crank across Youngstown to M7 Technologies and through three key steps to complete it, and then the……

Following the Digital Thread –Part 5 of 8

We’re making great progress with our new bell crank. So far, we have seen it designed, analyzed, and optimized as it progresses along the digital thread. Now it’s on to the build with the help of the……

Following the Digital Thread –Part 4 of 8

“Why would anyone paint a board and leave it in the middle of nowhere?” Because, arguably, the only way to know if the paint will last through two years of weathering is to put it through two years o……

Following the Digital Thread –Part 3 of 8

Our bell crank has made it into the digital thread, but before we go any further, we want to see if we can make it even better, and lighter. For that, we will need to use technology called “topology ……