TWIE 13: Hyperloop, Supersonic Jets, and Robotic Bees

This Week in Engineering (TWIE) is our weekly science and tech news show.

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Why a Bulk Commodities Facility Chose Fabric Buildings

Legacy’s fabric buildings solved a facilities challenge for CTLC Naples terminal.

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Video: Essentium Shows off Unique Additive Materials

The company's filament offerings include conductive, flexible TPUS, and Carbon fiber-filled composites.

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TWIE 12: Building Bridges!

This Week in Engineering (TWIE) is our weekly science and tech news show.

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ANSYS Launches Twin Builder for Digital Twins

ANSYS has released ANSYS 19.1 along with Twin Builder.

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Dog-inspired Robot to Become Commercially Available Next Year

Boston Dynamics’ SpotMini, a quadrupedal robot designed to autonomously guide itself along complex routes, is set to go on sale in 2019.

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How to Pick, Pitch and Purchase Your First Industrial Robot

With expert advice from the leading robotics brands, this article will help you champion your factory's first automation project.

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Why Is It so Hard to Build a Robot More Athletic Than a Frog?

A new mathematical model could help explain why robots can’t compete with small-but-mighty performers in the animal kingdom—for now.

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Video: How a Materials Company is Driving the Additive Manufacturing Market Forward

Are today’s additive manufacturing materials keeping pace with the development of the machine technology?

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What Does it Take to Simulate the Entire Earth?

E3SM uses exascale computing to simulate the Earth’s variability at weather-scale resolution.

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Lucid Unveils New BuildingOS Facilities

The new platform, an update to their old property data integration platform, can analyse data on metering and systems alongside building asset and work order information.

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Altair Launches 16th Annual FEKO Student Competition

Solve a problem using Altair’s Electromagnetic Suite, and Win!

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