Quadriplegic IndyCar Star Drives Again

SAM project high-speed demonstration showcases integrated semi-autonomous technology.

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Autodesk Sets Date for Subscription-Only Switch

'Autodesk set a date to sunset its perpetual license program. What’s the new subscription model mean for you?'

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Beware the Hype around the Internet of Things

ENGINEERING.com’s Director of Content explains why IoT won’t disrupt the manufacturing industry.

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Stratasys Opens Direct Manufacturing Facility to the Media

Austin, Texas facility opens its doors, shows an impressive collection of machinery and machinists, and is ready to make just about anything

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Multi-Channel Recorder Replays Radar Data

New system can record ship and aircraft transponder video and camera data.

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GoBox Teaches Coding and Robotics on a Monthly Basis

Dexter Industries is running a Kickstarter campaign for a robotics platform built around Raspberry Pi, bringing users a new sensor and programming lesson every month.

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Is PLM an Option for SME’s?

The case of Autodesk PLM 360 at Roulunds Brakings.

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A Discussion With An Engineer Trying To Make A Career Move

In this session of The Engineering Career Coach (TECC) Podcast, we will focus on the job search process and will interview a member of the Engineering Career Community who is in the process of searching for an engineering job because he has hit a ceiling in his current position.

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BIM

BIMobject and Vectorworks Join Hands

BIMobject cloud-based portal now supports Vectorworks formats.

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CAM

How Good Are Your CAM Skills? A National Test Will Find Out

With the help of Autodesk, NIMS is creating nationwide credentials for machinists that will be heavy on CAM skills.

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