Digital Engineering, December 2018

Our special Technology Outlook issue includes readers survey results and a look at designing the future of transportation, including the Hyperloop, supersonic jets and autonomous vehicles.


Images courtesy of Aerion, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies and Ekso Bionics.

Inside this issue

Hope, Hype and Reality

DE readers provide their take on the future of design engineering technology.

Self-Driving on Virtual Roads

Programs learn to navigate on digital highways.

Exoskeletons on the Move

Sensors, CAD models and human-based designs advance wearable exoskeletons.

Hyperloop Accelerates Toward its Future

Still years from commercial viability, hyperloop development projects are well underway as engineers build on existing technologies.

Supersonic Comeback

Engineering startups and government agencies revisit the possibility of supersonic flight.

Tech Disruptions Brought to the Table

Check out the Table of Disruptive Technologies from the Tech Foresight Team at Imperial College London.

Artificial Intelligence Beyond the Hype

Advancements in computing and research are making AI applications much more feasible.

Is Large-Scale 3D Printing Sustainable?

AM transitions from prototyping technology to a means of mass production, raising the stakes for sustainability.
 

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