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McLaren Applied Technologies’ all-electric, AI-infused vision of Formula 1 racing

McLaren Applied Technologies of Woking, United Kingdom unveiled their “MCLExtreme” (MCLE) vision for the future of grand prix racing. While McLaren Applied Technologies believes that the 2050 Formula 1 World Championship will still feature open-wheel, rear wheel drive cars with humans in the cockpit, artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality, autonomous functions, and electric propulsion will play major roles.

2018 NAIAS: Infiniti concept conjures a new-tech Q45

The design signature for autonomous technologies and connected vehicles could be a car's front-end, and that message--delivered in edgy design language--is a centerpiece of the Infiniti Q Inspiration concept sedan.

Are you innovating for NVH?

Supplier innovations are central to winning the ongoing battle with NVH—noise, vibration and harshness.

Chilly prospects for low temperature combustion

Low temperature combustion (LTC) remains an area of high interest with extensive research, even though many challenges must still be overcome before LTC sees commercial acceptance.

Interactive 3D PDF technology

Tech Soft 3D offers enhancements to its Tetra 4D Converter, a powerful solution for converting 3D CAD to 3D PDFs, and Tetra4D Enrich, a new application that enables anyone to create rich, interactive 3D PDF documents quickly and easily directly inside of Adobe Acrobat [Professional].

BAAM gets bigger

At the end of 2017, contract production company Additive Engineering Solutions took delivery of a second “big area additive manufacturing” (BAAM) machine; the same type of printer that created a single giant tooling component used to secure and stabilize a Boeing 777X composite wing skin for drilling and machining.

Making Multiphysics fast and convenient

COMSOL made its name with an emphasis on multiphysics CAE simulation in an era of single discipline codes. Advancing the size of models and a specialized Rotordynamics module, the company is continuing to emphasize power along with convenience in solving complex, difficult simulation problems.

Siemens Digital Industries Software debuts, focuses on delivering digital future of industry today

Siemens PLM Software has transformed into Siemens Digital Industries Software, reaffirming its focus on enabling digital industries and merging virtual and real worlds in software, hardware, design, and manufacturing. “Every industry we serve – from aerospace and automotive to electronic design – is transforming,” Siemens PLM Software officials in Plano, Texas, acknowledge. Siemens PLM Software, too, is undergoing a transformation, having just changed its name to Siemens Digital Industries Software.

Subaru uses ANSYS tools to accelerate hybrid vehicle design

Subaru Corporation is using tools developed by Pittsburgh-based ANSYS, Inc. to create control systems that deliver unrivaled safety and reliability for their next-generation hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs). The automotive OEM is using ANSYS SCADE to automate and expedite the precise design and validation of embedded software in the electronic control units (ECUs) for the company’s new e-Boxer system.