Digital Engineering April 2022

Our April issue focuses on generative design, including AI and generative design, automotive DfAM, 5G simulation, and updates from recent Dyndrite, Onshape, and additive manufacturing events.

Inside This Issue:

Meet Your New Design Consultant: Generative Design

Designers discover and learn generative design on YouTube; find AM to be complementary.

AI, Generative Design and the Next-Gen Engineer

Increasing adoption of AI, ML and generative design makes engineers curious what the technology means for the future of design. 

Automotive Companies Steer Toward DfAM

Up and down the automotive supply chain, engineering organizations are turning to AM and DfAM principles to gain an edge on electrification and lightweighting design goals.

Understanding the Altimeter’s Behavior in 5G Environment

Electromagnetic analysis and antenna simulation could be the key to developing a safe setup.

AI Takes on the Data Quality Challenge

By embedding AI tools into their systems, vendors seek to enhance various data management processes.

When to Upgrade an Engineering Workstation

Use component performance and ROI calculation as indicators to upgrade.

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