The term phygital has been coined recently to refer to the possibility of interacting with people in the physical and digital environments. Can this term promote innovation?
Eduardo Oslé from Airbus tells us about the impact of numerical simulation in aeronautics and comments on how sometimes words manage to express concepts that eventually result in innovation
Competition between the future manufacturers will be based more on the offer of entertainment and connectivity services than on the vehicle itself.
The development of batteries for electric vehicles must balance the requirements of performance, weight and cost of the battery.
The F1 races provide a benchmark for innovations that eventually find their way into the production series, and increasingly simulation constitutes the essential tool in this phase of technological innovation.
Today we want to highlight the momentum provided to simulation by the additive manufacturing of functional parts, a momentum that leads to improvements in general capabilities and benefits more traditional applications unrelated to additive manufacturing
Until recently, additive manufacturing, or as it is better known 3D printing, seemed like science fiction, but it is now a reality and here to stay.
Crowd-sourcing engineering can find solutions that software companies can implement for the next generation of computer-aided engineering.
Finding a single coding language that is capable of several levels of description can not only simplify software code, but also improve systems by lowering stress on computers.
What are the major challenges that simulation software has to face in upcoming years?