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Simulation of the Future: Autonomous Vehicles Part 2

repost from : blogs.3ds.com   As vehicles are designed with higher levels of autonomy, simulation becomes more and more critical in order to anticipate the needs of drivers. An autonomous vehicle views the world differently than a human driver, and simulation gives engineers crucial information about how an AV will react to certain situations and…

Simulation of the Future: Autonomous Vehicles, Part 1

repost from : blogs.3ds.com   The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE International) defines five levels of vehicle autonomy, and a good deal of work is already being done in the lower levels, which include Level 1 (automation with driver assistance), Level 2 (partial driving automation) and Level 3 (conditional driving automation). Higher levels of autonomy include Level 4,…

3D modeling of the air flow around buildings can help lower pollution levels in cities. Credit: Dassault Systèmes

Simulating a Cleaner World, From Molecule to Metropolis

repost from : blogs.3ds.com   Engineers are using sophisticated models to clean plastic debris from oceans, optimize airflow in smog-filled cities, and make vehicles lighter and more efficient. This article was produced for Dassault Systèmes by Scientific American Custom Media, a division separate from the magazine’s board of editors.   The Great Pacific Garbage Patch will…

What is Industry Renaissance?

repost from : blogs.3ds.com What is Industry Renaissance?  It’s a profound societal transformation on a scale that has not been seen since the great European Renaissance. One of the most significant advances during that time was the introduction of Gutenberg’s printing press.  Why?  Because it allowed for the rapid production of books, making the knowledge available to a much wider audience.  Today, the new book is…

Can we make electronics energy self-sufficient?

Repost from blogs.3ds.com It’s estimated that there will be more than 50 billion connected objects in 2020. That’s a lot of devices to power! What if we harnessed the photovoltaic energy that is widely available on Earth to make our electronics energy self-sufficient?  That is the idea of Dracula Technologies, a startup is developing a disruptive printable light energy. Dracula Technologies’ vision…

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ECCO reveals the first European Consumer Launch of the QUANT-U Footwear Experience at Le Bon Marché.

repost from blog.3ds.com In collaboration with Dassault Systèmes, the Danish shoe brand ECCO will launch an exclusive footwear customization experience, Quant-U (quantified you), for the first time in Europe and for a limited time, at the prestigious Le Bon Marche Rive Gauche department store in Paris, offering a glimpse into the future of retail. ECCO shoes will be part…

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5G Antenna Design for Mobile Phones

Repost from blogs.3ds.com 5G is upon us, with the first smartphones supporting 5G expected on the market in 2019. The promise of higher speed for high data rate communication and lower latency for real-time interaction is alluring for users. This combination will not only provide for new video formats like 360-degree video (video traffic is…

Top 5 SIMULIA Learning Community Posts of 2018!

Repost from blogs.3ds.com SIMULIA offers an advanced simulation product portfolio, including Abaqus, Isight, fe-safe, Tosca, Simpoe-Mold, SIMPACK and more. The SIMULIA Learning Community is the place to find the latest resources for SIMULIA software and to collaborate with other users. The key that unlocks the door of innovative thinking and knowledge building, the SIMULIA Learning…

Four Ways Simulation is Improving Product Development

March 8, 2018 By Katie Corey This post originally appeared in the Navigate the Future blog. Growing up, one of my friend’s parents was a structural engineer. I can still remember him laboring away at his desk, measuring and calculating any number of design options to determine which was the safest. When CAD was developed, it felt…