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ANSYS Joins RevolutionInSimulation.Org as Newest Sponsor

RevolutioninSimulation.org (Rev-Sim.org), the new web portal created to democratize and accelerate innovation, announces the addition of ANSYS as its newest sponsor.  Headquartered in Canonsburg, PA and with more than 60 strategic sales locations throughout the world, ANSYS is a global leader in engineering simulation.

ANSYS adds their name to the list of founding partners including: ASSESS, Comet Solutions, EASA, ESRD, Front End Analytics, Kinetic Vision, NAFEMS, PLM Alliances and VCollab. These innovative organizations are providing the expertise and funding to support the growing industry-wide movement to make engineering simulation more accessible, efficient, and reliable not just for CAE experts but also for non-specialists; what is referred to as the Democratization of Simulation.

“Products are becoming more complex and development cycles shorter. Simulation is the most powerful tool available to provide insight into the impact and trade-offs of design choices,” explained ANSYS Vice President, Mark Hindsbo.  “However, traditional engineering simulation has a learning curve often measured in decades, and each analysis takes weeks on average. Only by making simulation as easy and as pervasive as Excel can engineers fulfill the promise of better, smarter, and more sustainable products of tomorrow. ANSYS is excited to participate in a new industry-wide initiative like the Revolution in Simulation that is working to do just that by democratizing the power of simulation to make it as reliable for use by every engineer as it is for CAE specialists.”

“RevSim.Org is a collaborative effort among simulation experts, industry end-users, and solution providers to create an open community for accessing and sharing useful, vendor-agnostic best practices that democratize simulation,” said Rev-Sim.Org co-founder, Rich McFall. “While we are naturally excited to welcome ANSYS as a sponsor, the true beneficiaries are current and future members of the Rev-Sim.Org community.”

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