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Coming Soon - Applying IBM Continuous Engineering at CMC Electronics

Innovative and high-quality software is a key driver for business success in the aerospace industry. To remain competitive, quality must be built into all aspects of safety-critical products. In fact, this is a key requirement in any safety critical application under the aerospace DO-178C standard. CMC Electronics, a Canadian aerospace solutions supplier, leveraged the IBM Continuous Engineering solution to improve quality of its software components by applying model based testing with Rational Rhapsody and Test Conductor. Through the use of the IBM Continuous engineering solution and model based testing, CMC Electronics engineers have the ability to seamlessly integrate unit, integration, and HW/SW integration testing into their safety-critical model based development process.

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Coming Soon - 2016 CAE Webinar Series

Get the latest application performance details and learn about best practices in HPC and CAE in this series of webinars hosted by Cray. You’ll hear from experts at leading software companies like MSC Software, Intelligent Light, and Livermore Software Technology Corp. (LSTC), plus LSTC customer Rolls Royce. Expert speakers will highlight recent results for some of the most widely used CAE applications, with topics including application scalability, HPC I/O, and data and visualization.

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Coming Soon - Expedition Z: A Unique Engineering and Design Competition

NASA sent 120 HP ZBook Workstations with Intel® Xeon® Processors to the International Space Station to help push the boundaries of science and discovery.

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Power Control for Automotive Applications

This article discusses the requirements and design considerations for automotive applications, including those for engine control, infotainment, and body electronics. It also discusses several Maxim devices that are ideal for automotive power applications.

Posted in: White Papers, Automotive, Semiconductors & ICs

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Rapid Manufacturing: Not Just for Prototypes

Prototyping processes such as 3D printing, CNC machining and forms of injection molding have been known to produce great prototypes in low quantities. The perception of these processes known as Rapid Manufacturing is that they are only valuable for prototyping.

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Wave-Propelled, Slithering Robot Uses a Single Small Motor

The SAW robot. (American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev) Engineers at Ben-Gurion University have developed the first wave-like robot powered by a single actuator with no internal straight spine. The Single Actuator Wave-Like Robot (SAW) mimics the movement of living biological systems like snakes and worms. Moving at 22 inches per second, the SAW robot is five times faster than similar robots, can move across shifting terrain like rocks or sand, and can even swim through water.

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Metal Bellows - Key Enabling Technology for a Wide Range of Engineering Applications

Convert pressure, mechanical, vacuum and temperature changes into linear or rotational motion using metal bellows. It may be the smallest component of an overall machine assembly but it very often plays the most critical role in the functionality of a system. This newest whitepaper from Servometer outlines seven key enabling technologies that benefit from bellows across a wide range of engineering applications – providing a more precise, more reliable or less costly alternative to an existing engineering solution.

Posted in: White Papers, Aeronautics, Defense, Motion Control

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