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Next-Generation Collaboration
With engineering teams and organizations becoming more dispersed, the need for digital collaboration platforms is growing. See how companies such as Aras, PTC and Dassault Systèmes are helping designers share and manage product data across the globe.

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Editor's Pick: STAR-CCM+ v11.02
This release sports new data visualization and remeshing capabilities.

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Building a Case for Dassault's Virtual Twin
Collaboration illustrates how Dassault plans to extend the virtual twin concept beyond the automotive and aerospace & defense spaces.

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Commentary: It's High Time for CAD Interoperability
Autodesk and Siemens PLM Software interoperability agreement could be a sign that things may finally change.

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Zebra Imaging Proposes Holograms for Design Presentation
Going beyond rendering, Zebra is making holographic plates for engineers to present designs to clients.

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modeFRONTIER User Meeting Speakers Announced
The event will have keynoters from Cummins, Ford and CIMdata.
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Bosch Deploys Siemens PLM Solutions
The company will be using NX and Teamcenter for CAD, PDM and PLM applications.
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CAD Society Announces Annual Awards
The organization will announce the remaining Lifetime Achievement Award at the upcoming COFES conference.
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Gumstix Partners with Critical Link
The collaboration adds support for the MitySOM-335x development board in Geppetto.
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