This post explores the collaboration needed between mechanical and electrical engineers to incorporate electronics into modern smart, connected products.
Archive for the ‘Initiative Insights’ Category
This post looks at a common problem in the development of smart connected products, Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), and how simulation can help you avoid it.
This article looks at two approaches that companies can take as their first steps with an IoT initiative: exploring in R&D or testing a ‘hypothesis.’
This post looks at 1D models for embedded software as well as systems engineering, specifically looking at the opportunity for collaborative efforts.
This post reviews the likelihood that engineers will realize a productivity boost from generative design and topology optimization technologies.
This post contrasts the skill burden of 2D engineering drawings and model-based definitions on non-engineering hiring and onboarding.
Recently, many mechanical engineering teams are contemplating the adoption of agile methods for design. This post covers the implications.
There’s no doubt about it: system engineering seems to be a hot issue over the course of the last year. As I’ve dug deeper and deeper into this discipline, I’ve been a bit surprised at some of the specialization I uncovered. I mean, isn’t system engineering all the same? No. All system engineering is not