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A good scientist is a person with original ideas. A good engineer is a person who makes a design that works with as few original ideas as possible. Freeman Dyson

Visualizing Site-Specific Job Metrics

In my last article, “Collecting & Reporting Site-Specific Job Metrics,” I talked about how you could, well, do what the title suggests: collect and report site-specific job metrics with some easily written and implemented hooks. This article will talk about … Read More

GREENoble pushes e-mobility limits

Toyota i-Roads, the Ultra-compact, tandem two-seater electric vehicle will soon be rolling on Grenoble’s streets. On March 11 2014, the results of “iCapitale” (competition for the European capital of innovation launched by the European Commission in September 2013) were published. … Read More

Green multiphysics!

They are ingenious, engineers, sportspersons, handyman (and women), navigators … Whether you are an environmentalist or not, “The Sun trip” is worth noting. The next solar bike epic is planned for summer 2015, starting from World Expo Milano, Italy Pavilion, … Read More

3D Printer: Revolution or Shooting Star?

In my youth, printers worked with a “typeball” or “daisyweel” which – by striking an ink ribbon – print on paper with predefined symbols. The first technology already used electromagnets. The material has regularly evolved, to work faster, more accurate … Read More

Altair SAO: Identifying Usage Outliers

There are literally millions of software usage records collected by software asset optimization (SAO) over months or years.   The primary objective of SAO is to provide a number of objective usage metrics that help with rightsizing the software inventory.  When … Read More