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How IoT Data can help you to reduce unplanned downtime

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 19-Sep-2016 14:00:00

By 2020, experts believe the number of Internet-connected devices in use worldwide will reach 20.8 billion. In 2016 alone, it is predicted that 5.5 million ‘things’ will join the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution every single day.

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How Best-In-Class Companies Use Simulation to Their Advantage

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 14-Sep-2016 13:30:00

The prospect of improving the quality of products without adding cost or employee time seems like a pipe dream, doesn't it? It is possible, though, and can be achieved with the introduction of simulation during the design process.

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Concurrent Engineering celebrates 25 years of CAD software innovation

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 08-Sep-2016 13:00:00

For our 25th Anniversary, Concurrent Engineering will be running an open day to celebrate CAD software innovation next month. This free event will offer visitors the chance to learn more about the capabilities of CAD software and how it can innovate product development for a range of businesses. 

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Seven ways that IoT is impacting on Product Development

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 05-Sep-2016 12:00:00

The prophecies of 1980s science fiction movies appear to have been rather accurate. We can now walk into our homes, shout “lights!” and watch as the room illuminates; our cars talk to us and guide us to our destination; our mobile phones can recognise inference and respond to natural questioning; smartwatches track our heart rates and daily steps.

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Five key features of Mathcad Gateway

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 29-Aug-2016 12:00:00

A lot of employees in your organisation have to get the same result, but they all use different methods of getting there. Hundreds of calculations have been scribbled on so many bits of paper that engineers can’t keep track of where they are, never mind worry about whether they’re following best practice or not.

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How to Ensure you Engineering Calculations are Flexible and Secure

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 24-Aug-2016 10:30:00

What sits within the intellectual property (IP) of your company? Your designs, blueprints, logos and marketing collateral? What about your engineering calculations? If they don’t reside amongst the stuff you actively protect, they really should.

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11 New Features in Windchill 11.0 That are Worth Shouting About

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 16-Aug-2016 12:00:00

The process of managing the entire lifecycle of a product from initial idea scribbled in the back of a notebook to eventual release is incredibly complex. It therefore stands to reason that manufacturers need the best, freshest tools if they’re to get products to market efficiently.

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How can CAD make you an industry leader?

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 12-Aug-2016 12:00:00


CAD has been used in certain industries for many years. Some industries couldn’t do without it. However, in areas such as packaging, CAD technology has not been seen as useful.


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What to Consider When Buying the Latest CAD Software

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 10-Aug-2016 10:30:00


There was a time when the number of CAD software applications could be counted on one hand. Now, with a constantly expanding world of developers, and numerous tools with which they can create enterprise-level apps for multiple platforms, searching for new CAD software has become rather tricky.


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5 common misconceptions about Augmented Reality

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 01-Aug-2016 09:30:00

For some, the words ‘augmented reality’ mean very little. It’s too complicated and too futuristic, yet the words are still flying around the office and in industry news. There are many things that people think about augmented reality and what it could do, without them realising that it is making changes right now.

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