Network Geolocation Technology

This system is difficult to spoof, and does not generate false positives.

A network geolocation technology (NGT) can be used to determine the physical location of a networked Internet user, as well as accurately determine if an Internet user is in fact in the metropolitan service area that the user claims as his/her location. NGT is based on the laws of physics, and operates independent of an IP address lookup or any other pre-existing user network address profiles.

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Multi-Dimensional Information Visualization Software

This program provides insight into data collected from networks and network simulations.

DiVisa is a multi-dimensional information visualization tool that en ables researchers to understand the behavior of network data.

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Using Formal Methods for Engineering Embedded Systems

Between 1985 and 1987, a radiation therapy device called the Therac-25 was involved in at least six incidents in which the device delivered massive overdoses of radiation. The patients involved suffered radiation burns and symptoms of radiation poisoning. Three of those patients eventually died, all because of a latent software bug. A race condition had gone undetected. It was a test case no one had thought to define.

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PLOT3D 4.1

PLOT3D is an interactive graphics program designed to help scientists visualize computational fluid dynamics (CFD) grids and solutions. Today, supercomputers and CFD algorithms can provide scientists with simulations of such highly complex phenomena that obtaining an understanding of the simulations has become a major problem. Tools that help the scientist visualize the simulations can be of tremendous aid.

Posted in: Briefs, Software, Computational fluid dynamics, Mathematical models, Imaging, Imaging and visualization, Imaging, Imaging and visualization

Do you see augmented reality as a way of improving design processes?

A report last week concluded that the augmented reality (AR) market is expected to grow from $2.39 billion in 2016 to$61.39 billion by 2023. The research from the Hadapsar, India-based analyst firm MarketsandMarkets cites increasing demand for AR devices and applications in healthcare, retail, and e-commerce sectors.

AR plays a potential role for design engineers looking to model a product directly into an environment. What do you think? Do you see augmented reality as a way of improving design processes?

Posted in: Question of the Week, Displays/Monitors/HMIs, Imaging, Visualization Software, Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE), Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM)

Simulation of Thermal Stress in 3D Printing

If you want to learn about designing for additive manufacturing (3D printing) with apps, then tune into this webinar with guest speaker Borja Lazaro Toralles of the Manufacturing Technology Centre.

Posted in: On-Demand Webinars, Manufacturing & Prototyping, Simulation Software, Software

Sound-Off: How to Simulate the Impacts of an Exoskeleton

Over the past decade, warfighters’ personal loads have increased, leading to more injuries, pain, and discomfort. To relieve the burden, the military is investigating performance-enhancing exoskeletons. But how does an exoskeleton impact the soldier wearing it?

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Requirements Engineering for Safety-Critical Systems

In safety-critical projects, Requirements Engineering is often perceived as a “necessary evil” rather than active support in the development process. Challenges arise between the writing of requirements, categories and levels of abstraction, and the high degree of freedom in Functional Safety Standards, and the practical benefits of effective requirements engineering are lost.

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Automating Coding Standards

Coding standards are proven to improve code quality, but without automation they are difficult to enforce and may be ignored by developers. Download this white paper to learn how to create a coding standard from existing resources and use a static analyzer to ensure it is followed by your developers.

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