Top 5 Engineering Technology Articles This Week

Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include the Hyperloop’s successful acceleration test, smart paper and an update on the Curiosity Mars lander. Have a great weekend!

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ANSYS Webinars This Week

ansys webinars this weekHappy Monday everyone! Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars for this week.Please register today for the session(s) that spark your interest. For a complete listing of ANSYS webinars, please visit our Events Calendar. Continue reading

This Week’s Top 5 Engineering Technology Articles

This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles span all walks of life and potentially death on this planet and others.

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Internet of Things – Making Wireless Happen

internet of things wireless office antennaWireless communication is changing our world. The number and density of antennas in our immediate surroundings have exploded, and are increasing every day. There are literally hundreds of antennas in a typical home and thousands in an office building. Driven by the demands of the Internet of Things, along with autonomous vehicles and electrification initiatives in the aerospace sector, more antennas are required to be integrated into our devices to make all of this wireless interconnectivity possible. Continue reading

Connected Car Technology: Making it Safe and Reliable

Connected Car Image 01The internet has now come to the automobile, bringing connectivity for infotainment, telematics and vehicle data analytics. The connected car is rapidly becoming a key node in the emerging Internet of Things. While connected car technology is a delight for car buyers, it poses unprecedented new engineering challenges for car manufacturers of reliability, safety and security. Continue reading

Complex Product Development and the Internet of Things

Internet of things (IoT) Pause and think about the now ubiquitous smartphone for a moment. Our smartphones have revolutionized how we communicate, shop, socialize and work. Now think about the rising complexity in product development from the old rotary phone to today’s smart phone. And phones are just one highly visible example of the smart product revolution. Modern cars, now embedded with millions of lines of code, are quickly on their way to becoming autonomous driving vehicles. Drones are emerging as a transformative technology spanning product delivery to agricultural applications. Even industrial equipment, from tractors to turbines, is becoming smart and connected. All are orders of magnitude more complex than their predecessors.

Welcome to the Internet of Things (IoT)!

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New Jobs at ANSYS This Week

jobs at ansysWe are looking for some candidates for our openings. Could you fill one of these positions? Are you looking to make a change? If you are, check out these latest openings listed.  If you don’t see anything of interest there, all of our openings are listed on our careers site. We only accept applications via our on-line careers site. So, take a look and apply today.
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ANSYS Webinars This Week

ansys webinarsHappy Monday everyone. Here’s a list of ANSYS webinars this week. Always free to attend, but registration is required.

You can find a full listing of future ANSYS webinars on our Events page. Continue reading

Top 5 Engineering Technology Articles This Week

Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include Volvo’s lounge concept interior for your next road trip, a robot that can replace scuba divers for dangerous situations and the next step in the plan to colonize Mars. Have a great weekend!

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Zyz Sailing Team Designs Using ANSYS

Zys sailing teamZyz sailing team started designing and manufacturing small sailing boats in 2008 to participate to Italian inter-university regattas called 1001velaCUP. During the first eight-year experience of the team, different boats have been launched, trying to optimize all different aspects that influence the final performance of a boat. R3 class rule adopted in this competition imposes geometrical and structural constrains to the design process: maximum length x beam of the boat is 4,60 x 2,10 m, while a minimum percentage weight for the hull constituted by 70% of plant-origin material is imposed. Continue reading