By National Research Council, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems, Committee on Advanced Engineering Environments

ISBN-10: 0309065410

ISBN-13: 9780309065412

ISBN-10: 0585197202

ISBN-13: 9780585197203

Advances within the services of applied sciences acceptable to allotted networking, telecommunications, multi-user desktop purposes, and interactive digital truth are developing possibilities for clients within the similar or separate destinations to interact in interdependent, cooperative actions utilizing a typical computer-based atmosphere. those features have given upward push to quite new interdisciplinary efforts to unite the pursuits of mission-oriented groups with these of the pc and social technological know-how groups to create built-in, tool-oriented computation and verbal exchange structures. those platforms can let groups in frequent destinations to collaborate utilizing the latest tools and computing assets. the advantages are many. for instance, a brand new paradigm for intimate collaboration among scientists and engineers is rising. This collaboration has the aptitude to speed up the improvement and dissemination of data and optimize using tools and amenities, whereas minimizing the time among the invention and alertness of recent technologies.

Advanced Engineering Environments: attaining the imaginative and prescient, part I describes the advantages and feasibility of ongoing efforts to advance and follow complicated engineering environments (AEEs), that are outlined as specific implementations of computational and communications platforms that create built-in digital and/or allotted environments linking researchers, technologists, designers, brands, providers, and customers.

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The second approach would adopt and integrate AEE technologies with existing systems and practices gradually, using staged implementation. Improvements made one at a time would be tested in practice and optimized before the next innovation is implemented. The third, and most conservative, approach would defer the use of AEE technologies until a proven, comprehensive system has been developed. In the meantime, this approach Human-Centered Computing Hardware and Networks • stereographic, holographic, immersive environments • desktop visualizations • less involvement by user in managing efficiency of analysis • high-speed haptic interfaces for gigabyte data sets • 100 megabit/sec communication • 10 to 30x speed increase for pre- and post-processing • 20x increase in speed for analyses • high-speed data transfer • Internet-based communication with suppliers Alternative 1: aggressive implementation of AEE systems Alternative 2: staged implementation of AEE systems Capability TABLE 3-3 ADVANCED ENGINEERING ENVIRONMENTS Alternative 3: evolution of conventional technologies Today Time FIGURE 3-1 Approaches for improving engineering processes.

In many cases, this lack of connectivity is intentional because of security considerations. Although the utility of AEEs would generally be increased by technologies that facilitate the rapid exchange of information among system elements, AEE designers will also have to provide security to protect against the careless alteration or deletion of data, blatant vandalism (erasing files or data), and more subtle sabotage (altering data). Most data and software produced by government agencies are in the public domain, but it is essential that AEEs protect proprietary data in projects with industry participation.

Large-scale and/or distributed) visualization has demonstrated its ability to streamline the elements of the engineering enterprise that cross disciplinary and geographic boundaries. 1 Integration of individual analyses and simultaneous analysis of multiple attributes using a single model. Today, analyses of system functions, structural properties, thermal properties, cost, and/or manufacturability are usually conducted independently. AEEs should have the capability to do simultaneous analyses of specified sets of multiple attributes.

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