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Polarion

Open Source: Why it matters now

There is no doubt the world is faced with the biggest economic crisis since the end of the Second World War. Most economies in the world are in a deep recession and there is no light at the end of th...

Corporate Blog

Are Digital Humans Cool?

... look at this Cool, isn't it? We used NX in combination with our digital human model called Jack to create this image. Other than the cool factor, these digital humans play a key role...

Corporate Blog

NX Synchronous CAE – Part 4 - What-if Analysis

NX Design Freedom powered by Synchronous Technology makes what-if studies very easy.  In Part 4 of our series, we show how CAE users can delete, modify, and move features without needing an in-d...

Polarion

Maintence releases available now

Polarion has released an update for all ALM Platform based products. Versions are listed below. This is a maintenance release with bug fixes and various improvements (no new features). Free to custom...

Corporate Blog

NX Synchronous CAE – Part 3 - CFD

This is part 3 in the series “NX Synchronous CAE”.  In this post, I would like to discuss how Synchronous Technology can be useful in CFD (computational fluid dynamics) Analysts face a unique...

Corporate Blog

Make Your Way to Music City for PLM Connection

In 12 weeks and counting, quite a few of us will be in Nashville, Tenn., for the annual Siemens PLM Connection event. It’s the largest gathering of our customers around the globe. If you use any ...

Corporate Blog

Ride The Rails at 350 kph With Innovative Rail Design

  The first time I rode the TGV from Geneva, Switzerland, to Paris, France, I was amazed at the speed (~300 kph). But today’s high-speed trains go even faster. One of our NX customers...

Corporate Blog

Pharma-Bio Simulation

  I’m no CAE analyst - although I could play one on TV - but with a father in refrigeration, I’ve always been interested in the intricacies of heat flow and transfer. Many of today's im...

Corporate Blog

NX Synchronous CAE;  Part 2

In Part 1 of my NX Synchronous CAE post,  I touched on how an analyst can make simple changes to non-NX design geometry to prepare the model for analysis. In this post I want to share how you ca...