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Stratasys to Help Keep Trains Running
Company's rail industry solution designed to meet requirements for passenger trains and light rail, with materials passing European Standard EN45545-2.

NVIDIA Announces Scalable GPU-Accelerated Supercomputer in the Microsoft Azure Cloud
New Microsoft Azure NDv2 supersized instance can scale to hundreds of interconnected NVIDIA Tensor Core GPUs for complex AI and high-performance computing applications.

Siemens Opens Additive Manufacturing Network
The Siemens AM Network provides an advanced cloud-based solution to foster collaboration and process orchestration between engineers, procurement and suppliers of 3D printed parts.

Rockwell Automation and ANSYS Set up Strategic Partnership
Companies that target industrial automation and simulation help customers realize better business outcomes through simulation-based digital twins.

Dyndrite Unveils GPU-Powered, Python-Scriptable, Additive Manufacturing Build Processor
New application brings native CAD-to-print capabilities to additive manufacturing technicians.

Siemens Buys Atlas 3D
Atlas 3D helps designers define optimal part orientations for "right first time" 3D printing; cloud-based, GPU-accelerated Sunata software can reduce downstream 3D printing errors caused by thermal distortion.

Finding the Sweet Spot in Metal 3D Printing
Engineers need to evaluate part complexity, design freedom and time-to-market considerations when making a business case for metal 3D printing.

Will Robots Find a Place in the Smart Home?
For developers and engineers, emerging “social robot” applications are still a work in progress.

3D Metal Printing Applications on the Rise
Metal 3D printing is growing rapidly thanks to advancements in additive manufacturing technology and in materials among other advances.

PTC Buys Onshape, xRS Brings Out Use of AR-VR in Training, More
In this episode of DE Video News Roundup, CAD and PLM vendor PTC buys cloud CAD Onshape for $470 million, xRS Conference brings out ARVR use in training, CAASE conference now...

Other Voices: 10 Operational Steps to a Peak Season Home Run
The best time to prep for holiday peaks is last year. The second best time is right now.

xRS Week: AR-VR Training Apps Get More Accurate with Physical Props, Eye Tracking, and Hand Tracking
AR-VR training apps get more robust with physical props that accurately replicate the virtual action; analyst firm releases report on the role of optics in AR-VR.

Columbus-based Vargo opens suburban Cincinnati office
Company promotes Bart Cera to president, names new CFO and hires 11 new associates.

XPO enters into partnership with MIT’s Industrial Liaison Program and adds new board member
With an eye on advancing innovation in the logistics sector, Greenwich, Conn.-based XPO Logistics, a provider of global freight transportation and logistics services, said today it has formed a...

Honeywell Announces Creation of Pittsburgh-based Honeywell Robotics
Advanced technology center a significant investment in partnerships with software vendors, universities, startups and incubators to create new solutions for industrial customers.

Introducing Ware: Automating Warehouse Inventory Tracking with Drone Technology
At Ware, we are building technology to help warehouses increase the efficiency of their operations so they can keep up with - and even dictate - the pace at which...

Shopify completes acquisition of 6 River Systems
The transaction adds 6 River Systems' cloud-based software and fleet of collaborative mobile robots called “Chuck” to the Shopify Fulfillment Network, accelerating its growth.

RightHand Robotics establishes Japan entity
The subsidiary will enable RightHand to better serve the fast-growing demand for robotic piece-picking in Japan and the rest of Asia Pacific.

3D Scanning Helps Vision Impaired Experience Sculptures
Scanning data was used to 3D-print to-scale replicas of sculptures for a tactile educational experience for the blind and visually impaired.

Manufacturing in the USA vs. China: AI could be the tipping point
High labor cost and quick time-to-market have driven U.S. manufacturers to be more aggressive with the adoption of industrial artificial intelligence (AI) solutions.



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