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Realizing Jarvis: The Next Paradigm for Hardware Design

Wow. It hasn’t even been a year.

You see, there’s a lede for this post. Back in December, I published a guest post with Desktop Engineering titled Iterating Toward Iron Man’s Design Process. It was a fanciful little post looking forward to see how design could look a whole lot more like what we saw in the 2008 Ironman movie. In it, we saw Tony Stark presented with a virtual design he changed with his fingers while talking to Jarvis, his AI assistant. When I wrote it, I thought that we’re kinda far away, but that it was worth considering. Today? Well, I’m starting to think there is real opportunity here. And whomever does figure out will break the industry. But before we get to that, let’s talk tech.

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The Siemens PLM Vision: Creating A Complete Digital Twin of the Product

Last week, Siemens PLM held their annual analyst event in Boston to give us some insight into their top-level vision. After two and a half days of presentations from various executives, there is a lot of information to process. There were several high-level themes in this vision, but none is more important that this: creating

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Assessing ANSYS’ ‘Discovery Live’ Offering

If there is one commonality in most software product announcements today, it’s hyperbole. Trend X will completely change the industry! Manufacturers that don’t adapt will be out of business in five years! It is the kind of thing that, over time, slowly erodes our ability to get excited about almost anything. Make no mistake, there

Discretizing System Engineering

All of it. You need all of it. That’s the message that seems to float around system engineering practices and principles. You see, while I attended a number of conferences over the course of the last year, I’ve asked the same question again and again “can you adopt system engineering piecemeal?” I’ve been met with that