See how CAD designers at Dr. Schneider Unternehmensgruppe use Simcenter to help make car passengers feel more comfortable.
This Learn From Your Peers webinar series features manufacturing companies discussing their successful deployment of next-generation simulation technologies. Webinars are focused on the implementation journey for these companies including the challenges, solutions, benefits, and lessons learned along the way.
Can the product team, across the enterprise, get timely access to simulation data and processes? Can non-experts utilize advanced automated simulations? Why should SPDM be seamlessly integrated with the enterprise Digital Thread?
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Enhance your engineering simulation experience and enter the world of your designs.
EASA’s low-code platform enables you to quickly create custom fit-for-purpose web apps to drive your most valuable and frequently used models and workflows.
Design better products, faster, by investigating structural, thermal, and fluid flow behavior with engineering simulation in the cloud.
Incorporate simulation capabilities and get real time feedback for your engineers and designers throughout the product development process.
Rev-Sim.org provides professional resources and a collaborative community to help increase the value of engineering simulation software (CAE) investments through the Democratization of Simulation.
Learn how CAE experts can put the power of simulation safely and robustly into the hands of non-experts in using simulation software, including designers, new engineers and even those in technical sales and support.
Here you’ll have free access to success stories, news, articles, whitepapers, blogs, presentations, videos, webinars, best practices and reference materials to help democratize simulation in your organization. Participate in discussions with your peers and with the expert Topic Moderators. You’ll also have one-stop access to simulation specialists, industry organizations, special interest discussion groups, and industry media, along with software and consulting service providers to accelerate the return on your simulation investments.
The term “AI” has been freighted with meanings in the popular imagination long before realizing practical uses. Now that AI is finally showing its value, we can examine what it means in manufacturing and engineering, specifically for uses in simulation.
AI is no longer the stuff of science fiction. It offers concrete benefits in all areas of engineering, manufacturing, and operations. Artificial intelligence (AI) has an enormous potential to advance industries and change the way we work, live, and create.
What began as a project to aid virtual commissioning now brings benefits in many areas of development and design. In cooperation with Siemens, Neuenhauser Maschinenbau GmbH developed a digital twin for several use cases and now benefits from comprehensive options for simulation, verification, and modeling.
A lot of companies have slowly become “data rich” but they are still “wisdom poor,” as much of their collected data goes unused and un-managed. How can manufacturers move ahead with AI projects efficiently and successfully? This post covers a few of the key concepts for industrial AI in engineering and manufacturing.
Electrification and digitalization are omnipresent in all aspects of modern life –from how we drink coffee to how our food is produced and to the complex behind-the-scenes processes of how we manufacture products.