Please share your experience, thoughts, and lessons learned in this new CAD survey. Have you migrated from 2D to 3D? Switched from one 3D CAD tool for another? Have you considered getting even more from your 3D models with model based design? Or have you stuck with the same approach? Do you work with multi-CAD data?
Tech-Clarity’s Infographic, Successful Products Start and End with Your Customer provides guidance to CPG companies. By embedding your customer in the middle of your product life cycle, your products will be more successful. The infographic, shows that by capturing insights obtained during the shopping experience, you can drive a move successful approach to product development. To be
Michelle Boucher will share her recent research on Simulation Bottlenecks during a webinar on Thursday September 29 at 2:00 EDT. Digital Engineering’s Kenneth Wong will moderate this webinar sponsored by Siemens Femap. This webinar will reveal: The top improvement areas you should focus on to get even more value from simulation Best practices followed by Top Performing companies to overcome
How Aerospace and Defense (A&D) Companies Get More Value from Simulation is a new Siemens guest post. In this post, Michelle Boucher explores how A&D companies use simulation. The post highlights challenges faced by A&D companies and then shares survey results revealing some of the top ways A&D solve them. Read the post on the
Are you in the aerospace and defense industry (A&D) or a supplier for A&D? Do you work with composites? If so, please share your experience with composites by participating in this research and completing the survey. 調査の日本語版については、このリンクをクリックしてください。 (For the Japanese version of the survey, please click this link.) 對於中國版的調查，請點擊此鏈接。 (For the Chinese version of the survey, please click
In a new Siemens guest post, What Is an Optimized Product Design? Michelle Boucher discusses how companies use simulation to optimize their products. However, the term optimization came be a bit vague as it means different things to different people. To clarify the term, this post shares additional data from our recent study, Addressing the Bottlenecks of FEA