“Speed,” as we think about it today is faster than it used to be. What will it be tomorrow? How far away is the “future,” and how fast will we get there?
The rate of acceleration and the pace of change are challenges in projecting what the future holds, whether for industry or for technology. One thing is clear: the two are intertwined. Silos are being broken down as connectivity and integration increase. The future of industry depends very much on the development and success of innovative technologies.
In our quest to find out what’s coming and what’s next, we turn our attention to leaders such as Maya HTT’s own Remi Duquette. His recent chat with Engineering.com’s Jim Anderson, covered what we can expect to see on the design and software front.
From how acceleration increases the filter-down effect of new tech and its impact on margins of safety and accuracy to its role in the emergence of more fluid interactions, Duquette delves into the ways engineering and design tools are changing, and what benefits and obstacles these changes present.
Software supports the ability to bridge disciplines and deliver on shorter design cycles and timelines. Adding simulation, data, and AI to the engineering toolbox augments creativity and provides a gold mine of feedback.
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Duquette shares predictions and insights into the benefits of advanced simulation software and the importance of data and AI in the design process. How much data do you really need, and how do you know you have the right data? Future-minded businesses must be prepared to confront these and other questions.
How will engineering skills and creativity remain relevant? How early in the design cycle is too early to think about reducing costs? Will we one day be able to do away with physical testing? How much more connected can things get, and where are the lines between reality and virtual reality, challenge and opportunity, perfection and compromise, value and distraction?
Find out how design and technology are bringing the industries of today and tomorrow closer together, faster.
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