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Digital Engineering Effectiveness

May 16, 2022

Digital Engineering Effectiveness
This paper explores the reluctance of developers of cyber-physical systems to embrace digital engineering (DE), how DE methods should be tailored to achieve their stakeholders' goals, and how to measure the effectiveness of DE-enabled workflows.

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Wekaba Engineering

Established in 1981, WEKABA Engineering has grown into an industry leader, providing innovative solutions to various industries. Our strong Research and Development program focuses on both new product concepts as well as new production methods. Through the use of advanced technology systems, our design capability is enhanced with a view to satisfy the most complex customer requirements.

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