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The Complexity Behind the Internet of Things

With these new demands for smart and connected products, industries must adapt and, above all, integrate this change. They can now benefit from true closed-loop product lifecycle management. […]

From Conventional Simulation to Predictive Engineering Analysis

Predictive engineering analysis makes it possible to design a digital clone of the complete product that reflects reality and the environment in which it will evolve. Manufacturers in the automotive, aerospace, marine or other industries must reinvent the way they design to meet customer expectations in terms of costs and deadlines. […]

PMI modeling: – is Quebec’s manufacturing industry ready for this change?

For those who are familiar with conventional product and machine design methods, you or your engineering team convert a 3D virtual model of your product into a series of 2D drawings that are used to assess the production costs and/or transfer vital information for the quality of the parts produced.

Gaining the Manufacturing Edge : Agility and Quick Reaction Time of the Engineering Teams

Success in the manufacturing industry in recent years is contingent upon two critical factors: agility and quick reaction time. Embodying these traits is essential for appropriately responding to the rapidly changing market environment and maintaining an edge over the competition. Organizational decision-makers must move quickly based on their objectives in

Mechatronics and the Internet of Things: A Winning Combination

In the past decade, businesses and consumers have experienced an accelerated transition from analog to digital technologies.
This evolution has contributed to the growth of the Internet of Things in a way that devices can now interact with each other and with humans. These are either remote controlled devices, smart watches

Advanced materials—A necessary transition

Advanced Materials—
From a general perspective, systems engineering revolve around products design, materials, and manufacturing processes. The evolution within each aspect affects directly the others, as illustrated in the following diagram:

Product Design
There are four current predominant factors which requires that companies consider new materials and manufacturing processes in their

The Importance of Value Analysis in Product Development

Value Analysis in Product Development –
Manufacturing companies are already facing global competition, and have to put forward significant efforts to limit this pressure and stay in the leading edge of product development. New proposals need to have high perceived value and quality, and production needs to be completed as cost