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Network of interconnected dots illustrating data complexity to drive decisions in engineering design

From meaningless numbers to data-driven decisions in engineering product design

Dec 2 2020 · 8 min read
The biggest challenge with data today isn’t how to handle it technically. Rather, it's about turning data into valuable insights necessary to predict the optimal next step of the design iteration. Data become insightful only once you start interpreting it from a certain perspective.
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HPC data room with cloud shape representing cloud technology

Beyond the cloud: handling on-demand workloads with VOLTA elastic distributed execution

Written by Matteo Gazzin
Nov 6 2020 · 5 min read
Over the last two decades, simulation and design optimization have become key to developing better products while reducing costs and time to market. This process is continuously evolving, increasing the level of detail of analysis and integrating multiple disciplines.
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Artificial Intelligence embedded in digital engineering software

Digital Engineering: Why every engineer should be part of the MDO process

Aug 3 2020 · 8 min read
Big changes in aircraft development are coming. With the entire industry coming to a grinding halt, state governments have acted quickly to protect the A&D industries that are so critical for the economy and national security.
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Engineers can integrate python in their engineering workflow and combine it with design optimization techniques (Illustration)

Python for engineers: The benefits of executing codes in an automated workflow for design optimization

Jul 13 2020 · 6 min read
Nowadays, deep expertise in scripting languages and programming became a valuable skill set for engineers and R&D professionals in general to perform process automation, data analysis, and visualization.
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The missing jigsaw pieces as the right standard in business process modeling

BPMN and DMN: The importance of adopting the right standards in business process modeling

Written by Carlos Kavka
Jun 18 2020 · 9 min read
Those of you with a certain age can remember the competition during the ‘80s between two different standards for videocassettes, VHS and Betamax. We deal with standards in many daily activities and they are not restricted to electronic devices. How can we be certain that we chose the right one?
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