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People. There are over seven and a half billion of them sharing this planet, and over half live in cities. That’s three billion people with transport needs. With our burgeoning population expanding exponentially, the need to re-think urban transportation is crucial.
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Tennis_Ball Wimbledon’s two weeks of top-tier tennis is thrilling sports fans worldwide this July. Yet despite lawn tennis harking back over 150 years, the extent to which today’s game employs modern technology may just surprise you – and it’s pushing the sport to its limits. As the cream is readied for the strawberries and the players begin their final preparations, tennis fever is ready to grip the nation harder than the players handle their rackets. Here’s a little about the science behind
SOLIDWORKS Blog
4 months ago
The concept of home is intensely personal. For some it represents safety and security. For others it’s a place to escape from the rigours of modernity. Yet, while those definitions may prove timeless, the homes of the future look set to be connected learning environments that are seamlessly integrated with the urban community around them.
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7 months ago
Freight_Farms You didn’t think you’d be eating cheese sandwiches and steak forever did you? Population pressures mean the menu of the future may look very different – and new technologies are helping food scientists get creative. It’s impossible to predict the future. But sometimes it’s important to try.
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7 months ago
autonomous_ship_rolls_ royce Ever since humanity crawled from the oceans it seems we have been fixated with returning to them. From humble vine-bound wooden rafts to town-sized liners transporting thousands of holidaying guests at a time, it’s fair to say that, as a species, we’ve got travelling the oceans covered. Now, finally, it might be time for people to step away from the big blue once again. The latest ocean-going vessels have no need for a human captain and the era of self-sailing ships
SOLIDWORKS Blog
7 months ago
Imagine an engineer. Who are they? What do they look like? What do they do?
SOLIDWORKS Blog
11 months ago
The DraftSight 2017 SP0 download is only a few short weeks away so let’s take a look at what’s coming your way. We have added over 200 enhancements driven by feedback from DraftSight customers worldwide, including improved drawing quality, more productivity boosters, as well as several new capabilities and features in DraftSight Professional and DraftSight Enterprise. DraftSight Professional and Enterprise HighlightsDGN file supportDGN files are commonly found in construction, civil engineering
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2 years ago
The Property Tab The Property Tab I would like to talk about a much overlooked feature within SOLIDWORKS. The “Property Tab”. The property tab was introduced some time ago in SOLIDWORKS. We all know how useful custom properties can be within parts, assembly and drawing files.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
3 years ago
If you’re into home improvements like I am, it’s that time of the year to start designing your summer projects. It’s going to be another eventful year at the Tadic household as I plan to have my dream garage/studio built. This is all possible due to a local vocational school that has offered to build it for only $500 (I will have to pay for all materials). Normally, I’d be pretty skeptical about a service like this, but fortunately I was able to witness them do an amazing job on a garage a few
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
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