Since its inception more than 30 years ago, Vectorworks, Inc. (formerly Nemetschek Vectorworks) has been a leader in incorporating advanced modeling functionality into its architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) software.
It’s hard to believe, but driver-in-the-loop simulation has been an increasingly vital tool for vehicle engineers for over 50 years now.
While the Python language has made programming more accessible, it was designed to run on PCs and other machines with plenty of processing, memory, and peripheral resources.
“Now that we’re leaving our start-up phase and moving toward scaling up our business, we see the importance of adopting a more complete package like SOLIDWORKS right from the start.”
Motorsports provide the high-tech proving ground for commercial vehicles. Electric cars may well be the future of personal mobility in our cities and on our highways, so moving to high-performance and high-tech electric Formula-class racing is a natural step. Consequently, the International Automobile Federation (FIA) conceived the Formula E championship in 2012 and the inaugural event was held in 2014.
Siemens announced that Japanese electric vehicle (EV) systems provider PUES Corporation has selected Capital electrical design software from Mentor, a Siemens business, to help speed and simplify the development of next-generation automotive electrical/electronic (E/E) systems.
Virtual reality was once seen by many as an additional layer to the entertainment industry. Then it was Augmented Reality that was the next big thing (it’s still going to be pretty big).
The way we work is changing, and new technological advances are making design engineering and manufacturing faster, cheaper, and more reactive than ever before.
In recent years, augmented reality (AR) has seen rapid growth and increased adoption within the industrial space.