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A Reality Check for Simulation
Simulation needs test-based validation to be credible.
A Reality Check for Simulation
Simulation needs test-based validation to be credible.
CAASE21 Highlight: Nuts and Bolts of Simulation-Driven Design
Rolls-Royce Fellow tackles how robust design and systems engineering aid simulation-driven design in Track 1 of CAASE21.
Join us at CAASE21
The use of simulation earlier and more often during the design cycle continues to expand.
Prelude to CAASE21: Autonomous, Connected Vehicles Present New Simulation Challenges
CAASE21 Keynote presenters discuss how connectivity and autonomy is changing vehicle design.
FREE CONFERENCE: CAASE21
NAFEMS Americas and Digital Engineering present the the Conference on Advancing Analysis & Simulation in Engineering (CAASE21) online.
CAASE21 Preview: Trusting the Model
In his upcoming CAASE21 presentation, Jakob Hartl of Purdue University offers a rigorous approach to putting faith in simulation results.
CAASE21 Online Conference Coming in June
NAFEMS Americas, Digital Engineering present fourth event exploring the use of simulation and analysis across the design/development process.
What Will the New Normal Look Like?
Here at Digital Engineering, we have spent much of the past year evaluating how the pandemic affected the working life of our engineering audience, and the way they use technology.


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