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Altair updates HyperWorks 14 to better support the Aerospace industry.
In an industry first, global AEC engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti has spun out its R&D groups, including CORE studio, to form a privately-held software engineering firm advancing leading edge solutions for both the main company and the industry at large.
solidThinking Inspire 2015 enables design engineers, product designers, and architects to create and investigate structurally efficient concepts quickly and easily, leading to reductions in cost, development time, material consumption, and product weight.
In this show floor report from AIA Atlanta we look at MassMotion and MassMotion Flow by Oasys Limited, the software house of Arup Group Ltd. the world’s leading engineering firm headquartered in the United Kingdom. Oasys Ltd. has over 20 software applications available commercially for AEC professionals, particularly architects, planners and engineers, and MassMotion is one they were touting at the show floor.
In this product review, Architosh looks at the unique solidThinking Inspire 2014 CAE-based industrial design and architecture design tool for optimizing parts and structures for weight and strength. Using the company’s unrivaled “morphogenesis” technology designers see inspiration in unique responses to forces and stress that minimize mass while retaining strength responses to loads and forces.
SimTread 2 is now available in English and works as a plugin from within Vectorworks…
New solidThinking Inspire webinars show product design engineers how to dramatically reduce mass and weight in their new products
Nemetschek Scia joins the American Institute of Steel Construction and Supports Integration Initiatives
Nemetschek Scia joins AISC in the United States to further advance BIM within the steel building industry
In this Interview Architosh talks to Siemens PLM Software about NX 6 for the Mac and what led this PLM industry leader to produce a version for Apple’s “designer” platform. Key points in the talk note that Siemens PLM has always aimed NX at heterogeneous enterprise environments and that demand for NX on the Mac isn’t just coming from the “design types” in organizations.
Pointwise introduces latest version of Gridgen for Mac, Windows, Linux and Unix platforms – possible to install on Intel Macs, runs as X11 app under PowerPC-G5 workstations or better.