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    Industry outlook 2022: Realising the digital future(01/12/2021)

    The future of industry, broadly speaking, is bright. We are experiencing an extremely exciting time as innovation accelerates across every major industry, from automotive, aerospace, and marine, to consumer products and electronics.

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    Designing a sustainable and reusable hypersonic launch vehicle(18/11/2021)

    Aerospace engineering start-up Hypersonix Launch Systems has chosen Siemens’ Xcelerator portfolio of software to help design its sustainable and reusable hypersonic launch vehicle, Delta-Velos.

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    A teenager starts a medical revolution(18/11/2021)

    Easton LaChappelle was 14 years old when he decided to build a fully functional hand. Growing up in the tiny mountain town of Mancos, Colorado, LaChappelle had only 23 people in his eighth-grade class. Bored, curious, and fascinated with robotics, he quickly surpassed the limits of what his school could teach him.

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    Advanced 3D invigorates leading AEC software product(04/11/2019)

    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.

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    Siemens provides aerodynamic expertise to fulfill FIA Formula E project(03/06/2019)

    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.

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    Collaborating with the creative minds behind a custom car design company(04/03/2019)

    Custom car pioneers Hackrod are using Lightworks’ SLIPSTREAM to design their concept speedster in VR before manufacturing it using 3D printing.

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    How to navigate digital waters(01/10/2018)

    Mario Caponnetto and Francis Hueber are two naval architects who have been involved in various projects, including the design of several America's Cup yachts. Here they talk about using Simcenter STAR-CCM+ to design Seabubbles, an innovative concept of zero-wave, zero-emission, zero-noise river taxi.

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    New system modeling workbench for Teamcenter enables multi-domain digital twin(22/08/2018)

    Siemens announced the new system modeling workbench for Teamcenter software, built in partnership with Obeo, to extend Siemens’ model-based systems engineering (MBSE) offering.

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    Digitalisation helps electric cars make more sense(13/08/2018)

    Uniti is developing an electric car that offers drivers the same seamless digital experience they enjoy with their smartphones. Says CEO Lewis Horne, “We don’t focus so much on your vehicle identification number as your digital identity.” The company used Siemens engineering, manufacturing and production software to take their vehicle from concept to reality in four months.

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    Autonomous car needs lots of sensors & software(20/06/2018)

    Autonomous software development will bring a safe, self-driving car to the road, but can companies take on this daunting task? Dave Lauzun, vice president of automotive and transportation industries at Siemens explains.

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    Are self-driving cars safe?(19/06/2018)

    All of a sudden the autonomous future is looking a bit more uncertain, which is surprising given what tech and auto boosters have been saying for years – namely, that self-driving cars are “just around the corner.”

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    Siemens' Simcenter Testlab drives innovation and productivity in test-based engineering(06/06/2018)

    Siemens announced the latest release of Simcenter Testlab software, its suite of data collection, analytics, and modeling software for test-based performance engineering in the core fields of noise and vibration, acoustics and durability.

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    HP and Siemens expand opportunities for 3D design(06/06/2018)

    At Siemens PLM Connection Americas 2018, HP Inc. and Siemens expanded their collaboration to enable advanced functionality across a broader set of Siemens PLM software to change the way users can design and manufacture with HP’s Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology.

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    Digital twin – it’s not just a buzzword(01/06/2018)

    Small and large businesses are all facing the same issues - the need for innovation and the potential for market disruption. You really only have two choices when it comes to disruption; you’re either the one doing the disruption or you’re going to have to respond to a competitor disrupting your market.

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    Hackrod & Siemens partner to engineer quirky speedster(14/04/2018)

    Accelerated by Siemens, Hackrod will create the world’s first car designed in virtual reality, engineered with AI and 3D printed, full size, in structural alloy. The ‘La Bandita’ speedster is intended to serve as proof of concept for an entirely new industrial design to production methodology.