What Do We Know about Magnetism, Really?

I love this quick trip back in time. Since the first detection of the magnetic phenomenon to its continuous discovery and use in the 11th century by sailors, its utilization has gradually relieved the working man and gives him more … Read More

Featured Event: 2014 ASEAN ATCx Series

The 2014 ASEAN ATCx series will profile the most current automotive, electronics, and marine/offshore solutions and computer-aided engineering (CAE) technologies. Two events will be held, in the Hotel Majestic in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on September 10th and in the Sheraton … Read More

3D Printer: Revolution or Shooting Star?

In my youth, printers worked with a “typeball” or “daisyweel” which – by striking an ink ribbon – print on paper with predefined symbols. The first technology already used electromagnets. The material has regularly evolved, to work faster, more accurate … Read More

Hypermileage Design with solidThinking Inspire®

Each spring, teams from universities across the country come to Houston, Texas to compete in the Shell Ecomarathon competition. The goal is simple: produce a vehicle that gets the best fuel economy. Often with little more than a lawn mower … Read More

Altair SAO: Identifying Usage Outliers

There are literally millions of software usage records collected by software asset optimization (SAO) over months or years.   The primary objective of SAO is to provide a number of objective usage metrics that help with rightsizing the software inventory.  When … Read More

Healthcare – the Internet of Things Hackathon

Bangalore, India, August 24, 2014: The inaugural edition of ThingHack: Healthcare – the Internet of Things Hackathon came to a close today in Bangalore, presented by IoTBLR – an open community for IoT enthusiasts, the event was hosted and supported … Read More