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  1. During the racing season, teams like Penske compete on and off the track by adding innovative features to their cars to push the limits of performance in search of a win. The same is true for all businesses, even if you're not flying around an oval at 150mph. But, what does that mean for companies outside of the racing game? It means that adopting the right technology to fuel rapid product development cycles is critical for business success. One technology that stands above others for its ability to handle fast-paced iterative design cycles is 3D printing. In this white paper, you'll learn how winning teams like Penske Automotive have leveraged 3D printing to see success on the track and in their consumer product divisions. In this white paper you will learn: How Penske uses 3D printing across their design scheme. How 3D printing can make product assembly easier with rapidly produced jigs and fixtures. How 3D printing can help with composite tooling. Request Free! View the full article
  2. It lives up to the promise of making businesses more competitive by giving them the tools to streamline and enhance the product-creation processes. It’s no secret that businesses need to quickly respond to changing customer and market demand to stay competitive. That’s true for small design firms as well as large, established manufacturers. Getting a new product out before your competition helps you generate new revenue and maintain market leadership. But doing that is not easy. So, you have to ask yourself the question “is this the right time to invest in 3D printing?” In this white paper you will learn: How 3D printing can shorten product development times. How 3D printing process has been made easier and more user friendly. How 3D printing can reduce the cost of product development. Request Free! View the full article
  3. Electronics used within products are constantly changing and improving, but the need to ensure proper cooling of these components remains. To maximize product performance, engineers need to overcome common electronics cooling challenges like: Reduction in product size Increase in overall product performance Reducing overall cost Extending product lifespan Optimizing circuit board design So, what would you design differently if you had the ability to see the invisible elements, like airflow and heat transfer? In this webinar, you will see how one product is used to help users visualize, identify, and solve electronics cooling challenges. Request Free! View the full article
  4. In unserer zunehmend vernetzten Welt spielen Qualität, Zuverlässigkeit und Konsistenz eine große Rolle, insbesondere im Kontext des Smart-Home-Ökosystems. Die Antennen, Anschlüsse, Relais, Sensoren, Schalter, Klemmen und Schläuche in diesen Geräten spielen eine entscheidende Rolle für die ultimative Funktionalität des Produkts. In diesem Artikel behandeln wir: Die Bedeutung der Komponenten für die Zuverlässigkeit der Anwendung Komponentenanforderung für verbundene Heimgeräte Auswahl eines Design-Partners mit Connected-Home-Expertise Ob es eine Waschmaschine, ein Thermostat, ein Haussicherheitssystem, eine Kaffeemaschine oder ein anderes Haushaltsgerät ist, die Benutzer erwarten einen nahtlosen Betrieb von den angeschlossenen und intelligenten Geräten in ihren Häusern. Entdecken Sie, wie das vernetzte Zuhause dank der kleinen Komponenten im Inneren ermöglicht wird. Request Free! View the full article
  5. What you will learn: This document provides a comprehensive insight into all of the considerations that need to be addressed when you're considering investing in an in-house 3D printing solution. After reading the document, you should be able to answer the following questions:How to establish buy-in across the organization and overcome barriers to adoption? What organizational considerations should be taken into account? How should the logistics of a new in-house 3D printing setup be managed? What to expect once the 3D printers are up and running? Download the white paper now! Request Free! View the full article
  6. In our increasingly connected world, quality, reliability and consistency matter a great deal, particularly in the context of the smart home ecosystem. The antennas, connectors, relays, sensors, switches, terminals and tubing inside these devices play critical roles in the product’s ultimate functionality. In this paper, we’ll cover:The importance of componentry to application reliability Component needs for connected home devices Choosing a design partner with connected home expertise Whether it’s a washing machine, thermostat, home security system, coffee maker or other home appliance, users expect seamless operation from the connected and smart devices in their homes. Discover how the connected home is made possible thanks to the small components used inside. Request Free! View the full article
  7. As technology—specifically robotics—evolves to include robots designed to collaborate with humans, rather than replacing them, the business rationale for automating production is stronger than ever. Still, many decisionmakers wonder if the cost of automating is worth the investment, and what kind of automation they're willing to bring on site. What's more, many worry that automation will ultimately lead to the decimation of jobs, crippling the economy at large. In this white paper, the case for cobots— collaborative robots that work in close proximity to humans—is made, by explaining that some forms of automation are easy to integrate, and can even create more jobs, while boosting the bottom line. Request Free! View the full article
  8. The automotive and ground transportation industry is being rapidly disrupted and transformed into a mobility industry with self-driving, electric, connected and shared vehicles, presenting both threats and opportunities to incumbents and newcomers. This is a once-in-a-century opportunity to leapfrog the competition and gain a dominant market position. Simulation solutions are ready and available to help speed your product innovation. Are you ready to meet the challenges? Request Free! View the full article
  9. Though it began in rapid prototyping, 3D printing has begun to proliferate throughout the manufacturing sector. Many engineers now find themselves faced with a simple question: Should I 3D print my next part? The answer to this question depends on the answers to many others. These include: What material properties do you need? Is high strength or light weight a priority? Which geometric features make sense for additive manufacturing (AM) and which do not? Do you have rigid cost or time constraints? Request Free! View the full article
  10. One would think that with so much customer data available, in so many places, companies would know exactly how and where to engage with their customers most effectively. But in fact, the distance between companies and their customers has never been wider. Why? Because traditional customer service systems and CRMs just aren’t up to the task of today’s decentralized, fragmented customer data. They can’t collect it, let alone curate it and harvest insights from it to help companies understand who their customers are and what they’re saying and doing. As a result, there’s a major disconnect between what customers want and what companies are delivering. To understand this, we need to look at three seismic forces rocking the customer engagement landscape: Shifting demographics and new channels Intelligent self service The changing nature of customer interactions Request Free! View the full article
  11. A lot has changed since chatbots first debuted. Today’s natural language processing and machine learning technologies have made artificial intelligence more human than ever. Follow these tips to ensure your chatbot implementation is a success. Request Free! View the full article
  12. Are you maximizing your customer engagement efforts? Most organizations have not evolved their customer engagement strategy for today’s digital world. In partnership with Forrester Consulting, Bold360 surveyed 468 across industries with the goal of defining a Customer Engagement maturity model that can serve as a blueprint for those organizations considering how to evolve. This white paper analyzes four different companies with all different definitions of customer engagement and how they stack up against each other. Included in this white paper: The customer engagement maturity model Profiles in customer engagement Use cases, challenges and opportunity examples Request Free! View the full article
  13. Mixed reality presents an opportunity for designers to transform design processes and customer interactions by using digital, 3D holograms as a vehicle for creating and communicating their vision. A Forrester Consulting study sought to identify pain points that mixed reality could address and how, evaluate the business processes and end users who can benefit most from mixed reality, and understand key considerations for implementation. The study came away with the following key findings: Design firms are investing in product innovation and deepening customer relationships. Planning and product development are top MR opportunities in design. Design firms expect MR to help accelerate learning, drive productivity, and enhance customer interactions. Download this exclusive report to learn more. Request Free! View the full article
  14. Since most of these devices require a change in force to function – whether made manually or mechanically – this eBook shows how embedding ultra-thin, low power force sensing technology can address key patient demands and make medical devices easier to use. Request Free! View the full article
  15. Responding to this consumer demand for personalization, businesses in the Age of Experience are ushering in a revolution of manufacturing innovation, transforming from mass production to mass customization—the proverbial “one-off order.” Today’s manufacturing is: Creative, enabling new business models with cost-effective mass customization Smart, improving speed and agility with real-time learning Value, connecting value streams end-to-end from ideation through manufacturing to ownership Human, empowering collaboration and augmenting human creativity The digitalization of manufacturing brings new levels of collaboration, using big data analytics, real-time data acquisition and digital continuity from ideation to design to production and even to ownership. By embracing technology advances (such as 3D printing, Internet of Things, robotics) with a mindset of continuous improvement and competitive agility, businesses can drive value, meet market demands and deliver unique, one-to-one experiences for everyone. Request Free! View the full article
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