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National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) research centers and test facilities create hundreds of millions of documents and reports every year. By implementing a platform for technical knowledge discovery, the agency has gained quick access to relevant information and reduced time spent researching specific project data results from days to hours.Learn More About Our Customers Success
The research and development team that drives technology innovation accelerated research by up to 30 percent by enabling about 100 researchers to shift from using numerous systems to relying on one primary tool. The team was also able to mitigate the risk of lost intellectual property and potential revenues when collaborating with partners.
This premier aircraft manufacturer produced Flying on Demand, Global Market Forecast 2014-2033, a reference book that provides comprehensive economic, financial and political coverage of 200-plus countries. Stakeholders throughout the commercial airline industry rely on the book’s insights regarding product innovation, production and planning.
Sweden’s largest provider of high-tech AD&S solutions supports its successful export strategy by offering all 14,000 employees worldwide access to best-in-class market intelligence – a tenfold increase in the user community -- and consolidating disparate subscriptions to increase efficiency and usage.Learn more about our client’s successes
Hi, fellows! I'm trying to design a rotary cuting device and in the final stage I need to do simulation of the process. With the standart cad/cae software I can't do the nesesary simulation. Can some one recomend me a software suitable to do this kind of job? I want to achieve something like this:
Do you recognize this week’s building? Care to take a guess?
From the dawning of computers, it was only the computer "geeks" who could communicate among themselves excluding the rest of the world. It became a closed society that only computer geeks could reside within. To this day, it is still a closed society. Computer language was the sole province of thos