In September 2016, I wrote about the medical digital twin concept. I continue to read numerous articles showing confidence that we are indeed on our way towards the medical digital twin. One particular article from the BBC nicely described how our heart digital twin could prevent its failure. If everybody agrees this is the direction we need to follow, many think that the medical digital twin is a concept way ahead in the future.
I slightly disagree as there are 3 major on-going initiatives paving the way to the medical digital twin likely to reach key milestones in the foreseeable future: Continue reading →
The recent ANSYS acquisition of Delcross Technologies is a very exciting addition to our electronics product portfolio! The Internet of Things (IoT), aerospace and defense electronics, including unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), automotive radar and autonomous vehicles all have increasing use of multiple antennas and wireless services.
ANSYS HFSS delivers capabilities that enable antennas to be placed on complex structures followed by efficient simulation using component library models with encryption, assembly modeling with mesh assembly, and advances in our hybrid solver technology. The next logical step in HFSS development is to perform even larger platform-level simulations. To solve larger problems requires leveraging asymptotic methods of which one of the most powerful and effective method is the Shooting and Bouncing Ray (SBR) technique. The Delcross implementation of the SBR technique and its integration with high-level system analysis is the most advanced in the world and is now a part of the ANSYS product portfolio! ANSYS has fast-forwarded its development plan and will now offer our customers the ability to solve massively large antenna simulations; installed antenna performance and system RF co-site problems. Continue reading →
Jim Cramer is the host of Mad Money. I watch his high-energy, entertaining, investment show regularly. “Booyah!”. Yesterday, I was surprised to see his wrist loaded with two watches. As he didn’t explain, I can only guess as to why he was sporting his Apple Watch along with an analog timepiece. Continue reading →
There are already 1.9 billion devices connected to the internet — from home thermostats to fitness bands and refrigerators — with that number slated to reach over 9 billion by 2018. In terms of dollars, according to the latest forecast from IDC, the Internet of Things (IoT) market will grow to more than $7 trillion, up from $2 trillion today with wearable technology leading the way. Continue reading →