I’d also encourage you to check out our face-to-face seminars coming to your local area if you prefer a more hands on approach to learning about ANSYS products. Check out our full Events Calendar today. Continue reading
Manufacturers are under intense pressure to create and introduce new products on a consistent basis in order to remain competitive. Those that can conceive, develop, test and bring products to market quickly stand to realize improvements to overall business performance and profitability.
Computer-aided engineering (CAE) streamlines the product development process and drives faster time-to-market by helping manufacturers resolve design challenges, forecast real world product performance and test fewer prototypes.
Best-of-breed CAE software like ANSYS can nurture design innovation and enable faster delivery of more successful product offerings, but only if IT can scale to support a wide range of CAE applications and workloads. Continue reading
Check out the latest openings we have at ANSYS. Why not consider a career with the world’s leading software simulation provider? ANSYS is a great place to work and offers some great employee benefits. Take a look at these newest openings. If you don’t see a fit for yourself with any of these openings, our careers page lists all current openings. We only accept applications via our on-line careers page. Apply today and join us! Continue reading
This week my Top 5 engineering technology article picks include further advances in contact lenses technologies, autonomous and flying taxis, $18 million in funding for engineering research cut loose and putting a chip in our brains.
- How your contact lenses could talk to your phone
- Uber is about to start giving rides in self-driving cars
- Airbus is building a high-speed flying taxi fleet
- NSF wants engineering researchers to bend rules (of classical physics)
- Putting a computer in your brain is no longer science fiction
It’s been a while since we’ve updated our jobs listing, I hope everyone is enjoying their summer! But, if you are looking for a new and challenging opportunity, look no further. We have several new openings listed here for you to check out. If you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for, our careers page lists all of our open job listings. We do add new jobs daily to our site so make sure to check frequently. As a reminder, we only accept applications via our on-line careers site. Continue reading
This week’s top 5 engineering technology articles take us from virtual reality to engineering greener cars to wearable tech to the world of robots. Enjoy!
- Virtual reality programs could help paralyzed patients walk again
- These Engineering Tricks Are Helping Automakers Build Greener Cars
- MIT’s DuoSkin turns temporary tattoos into on-skin interfaces
- How E-Textiles Could Engineer a New Era of Smart Materials
- Robot companions are coming into our homes. How human should they be?
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Over the past year and a half, our team has been creating a large number of technical ANSYS videos that focus on a variety of areas. From ANSYS Electronics to ANSYS CFX, ANSYS Fluent to ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS SCADE, and even ANSYS Student tips for those just getting started in the art of engineering simulation.
Today, I’d like to share a few of the examples you’ll find before I send you off to explore on your own. Continue reading
If you’ve been reading our recent blog posts, you’ve certainly noticed a recurring theme. We’ve been featuring different topics about how the Internet of Things is moving forward and changing the way products are engineered. With that in mind, I want to share with you five great Ted Talks focused on innovation and engineering.
I first came to learn about TED Talks over 10 years ago. Many refer to these talks as the gold standard for inspiration and learning about the world we live in. I couldn’t agree more. What I appreciate most is that they are all under 18 minutes! So, grab a beverage and enjoy!