Digital Engineering, March 2019

Our March cover story highlights four companies using digitalization to disrupt design.


Images courtesy of Project 424, Hackrod, gettyimages/Rasica and gettyimages/roberthyrons.

Inside this issue

Digital Design is in the Driver’s Seat

From cloud-based CAD and CAE to virtual reality and 3D printing, digital design technologies are ushering in new approaches to custom cars, electric vehicles and racing.

Making Autonomous Vehicles Smarter

Combining real-world info and simulated conditions to build a data set.

Bringing Order to AI Chaos with Blockchain

Investigating the use of blockchain to democratize artificial intelligence.

Deep Learning and Design Engineering

Designers incorporate AI and deep learning into new products and in their own design processes.

Manufacturing Awareness SIgnals a New Phase in Generative Design

Migrating from theoretically optimal topology to manufacturable shapes, generative design technology shows signs of maturity.

Integrating Smart Design Under Pressure

How a small engineering team evolved from its traditional product design roots to embrace the complexity that comes with smart, connected products.

Bigger and Better

The Ultimaker S5 3D printer gives professionals more space for larger models.

Parametric Design Optimization with CORTIME

Walk through a linear buckling optimization using CORTIME.

Perfectly Portable Power: Lenovo ThinkPad P1

This P-Series mobile workstation provides the perfect combination of performance, portability and price.

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