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15Aug 2019

5G technology is starting to appear in a few cities and on a few consumer devices, and the phrase itself is stirring up excitement across consumers and industries. It’s also generating some popular concerns around safety issues. What exactly is 5G and how and where will it impact our daily lives? Most people understand that […]

11Jul 2019

A bird strike is classified as a high-velocity soft body impact because the stresses, which are generated in the contact region, are significantly greater than the strength of the bird but lower than the strength of the impacted structure. High deformability of the impactor (bird) causes spreading of the impact load over a certain area […]

19Jun 2019

3DEXPERIENCE for Requirements Driven Design of Safe, Quiet, and Efficient eVTOL Aircraft With our global population growing as quickly as urban centers, traffic congestion will be an even bigger issue in the coming years. The solution for covering ground… is up in the air. Urban Air Mobility is the future of transportation, and with low […]

08May 2019

If you’ve ever driven or ridden in a vehicle or visited any populated area, you will have experienced traffic congestion. The number of vehicles and drivers on the road is extremely high, and the bad news for stressed-out drivers is that this number is only expected to get higher in the coming years. In fact, […]

10Apr 2019

Do no harm. Medicine’s first principle is absolutely put to the test during the new product development and innovation cycle for “high-risk” medical devices such as implants. While research and product development teams want to investigate and prove out every concept and potential outcome, they need to reduce the chance of unanticipated negative effects.  What […]

20Mar 2019

There is plenty of talk about autonomous vehicles being the future of transportation, but how many people expect to be driving them (or not driving them) during their lifetime? Autonomous vehicle technology can be intimidating to think about – will we really trust our cars to drive themselves? Like any new technology, vehicle autonomy will […]

03Mar 2019

High Performance Computing (HPC) is used for a wide array of demanding corporate computing tasks, including simulation, deep learning and more. Traditionally, corporations were required to install computers and software for their every computing requirement, which demanded a great deal of resources: housing, dedicated power and cooling, switches, UPS, firewalls, fire protection, cabling, racks and […]

17Feb 2019

Challenge: Due to poor soil conditions and the rise of oil and gas extraction–related earthquakes in the Netherlands region, construction engineering firm Zonneveld ingenieurs needed a way to make buildings both earthquake-resistant and cost effective to build. Solution: By using Abaqus FEA from Dassault Systèmes’s brand, SIMULIA, and 4RealSim, Zonneveld was able to design a novel solution that prevents structural damage during these […]

10Feb 2019

The kind of week you had last week probably depends greatly on where you live, but if you were in any areas affected by the Polar Vortex of 2019, you probably had some challenges. If you drive a conventional gas-powered car, you may have had some trouble getting your vehicle started up in the subzero […]