Simulating Reality, Delivering Certainty

7
Jan

Comprehensive vehicle testing without an assembled vehicle prototype

The automotive industry is up against disruptive changes on multiple fronts. These include; the continued digitization of automotive parts and assemblies, with ever-increasing electronic and software content, technical and regulatory requirements imposed by the push towards autonomy, and the fundamental disruption in core operations and processes imposed by electrification. These challenges are compounded by vehicle …

12
Dec

Meet Us at CES 2020

The future of autonomous mobility and more: It’s autonomous everything Hexagon‘s pavilion — CP 15 in the Las Vegas Convention Center’s Central Plaza — will be unlike anything else you’ll see at CES 2020. Our vast array of sensors, software and autonomous solutions will challenge the way you’ll think about the future of autonomy — …

27
Nov

Simufact Additive 2020 Optimizes Build Job Costs and Streamlines Workflows

Simufact, a global operating software company providing process simulation solutions and services to manufacturing industries, today announced Simufact Additive 2020. This powerful solution for the optimization of metal-based additive manufacturing (AM) processes now provides cost estimation of the build process, and improves interoperability with Materialise build preparation software and Renishaw printers to streamline manufacturing processes. …

11
Nov

Driving Smarter Additive Manufacturing at Formnext 2019

Visitors to the Hexagon stand at Formnext 2019 from November 19-22, in Frankfurt, will discover how the next generation of engineers are already making manufacturing smarter as part of the Formula Student competition to design and build a racing car. Formula Student is where many of Europe’s top-flight engineering students get to display their know-how and …

9
Nov

Debunking the Five Myths of Multibody Dynamics Simulation

Physics-based simulation has become an integral part of engineering product development processes, across physics types and industries. Engineers in the automotive, aerospace, heavy machinery and energy industries commonly utilize Multibody Dynamics (MBD) simulations to model complex assemblies with parts in motion, and its applications are increasing as organizations face complex new engineering challenges. The ability …