An expanded Model Based Definition for NX

The Model Based Definition (MBD) enables completely digital definitions of a product within a 3D…

AVs demand closed-loop engineering – IESF Auto recap part 2

In the next part of our recap of IESF Auto 2020, I’ll take a look…

In-situ monitoring for additive manufacturing

FormNext may have already passed, but with so much to learn about industrial additive manufacturing…

Dawn of the automobility age: moving from driving to riding

IESF Auto 2020 featured presentations from industry experts covering everything from innovations in electrical and electronic (E/E) systems development, to cybersecurity and the future of autonomous and electric vehicles….

Digitalization helps companies adapt to COVID-19 restrictions, such as with AR and VR for vehicle design.

The effects of COVID-19 on the automotive industry: Automotive & Transportation of Tomorrow with Nand Kochhar

The entire automotive value chain has experienced immense pressure during the global COVID-19 pandemic. Automotive manufacturers have had to rethink how they design, verify and manufacture new vehicles. In particular, they have had to develop new ways of working while protecting the safety of their employees, families and communities….

The synergy of simulation and additive manufacturing

FormNext may have already passed, but with so much to learn about industrial additive manufacturing…

Five Ways to Maximize the Value of IESF Automotive

IESF Automotive 2020 Since its inception two decades ago, IESF Automotive has been a calendar…

Autonomous Vehicle Development from Chip to City (Part 2)

Autonomous vehicle development – Where mobility meets tomorrow Autonomous vehicles (AVs) combine multiple sensors, computers…

Virtual reality and augmented reality help automotive engineers collaborate in virtual spaces.

How innovation is helping automotive companies overcome COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and suppliers to rethink how…