Revolution in Simulation Welcomes SimScale as its Newest Sponsor

CINCINNATI, OH (USA); JANUARY 12, 2022: The global simulation industry collaboration and technology alliance Revolution in Simulation (“Rev-Sim” at www.rev-sim.org), created to accelerate innovation through the democratization of engineering simulation, announces SimScale (www.simscale.com) as its newest participating sponsor and collaborator. 

SimScale is making engineering simulation technically and economically accessible from everywhere, at any time, and at any scale through a cloud-native approach. The platform handles structural, thermal, and fluid flow analysis with high-fidelity and has enabled over 300,000 engineers worldwide to adopt simulation.

Simscale adds its name to a steadily increasing list of participating sponsors that now includes Aras, ASSESS, BETA CAE, Cadence, Dassault SolidWorks, EASA, EnginSoft, ESRD, Front End Analytics, Future Facilities, Hexagon/MSC, Kinetic Vision, Maya HTT, Modelon, NAFEMS, nTopology, Ohio Supercomputer Center, OnScale, PASS Suite, Phoenix Integration, PTC, Siemens, UberCloud and VCollab. 

Each of these simulation leaders are providing expert leadership in the movement to make engineering simulation software more accessible, efficient, reliable, and impactful not just for CAE experts but also for others across the enterprise – what is commonly referred to as the Democratization of Simulation. The demand for automated simulation is exploding, resulting in next-generation usage of traditional, expert-driven simulation tools and platforms.

“Broad access to simulation: it’s a matter of competitive edge for engineering teams,” says Valerio Marra, VP of Marketing at SimScale. “With SimScale we made the wide adoption of simulation a reality: accurate, fast, and collaborative CAE tools are available through an inclusive, agile, cloud-native engineering simulation platform. We’re thrilled to contribute to the Rev-Sim initiative to further our shared vision of making simulation accessible at every design stage, throughout the entire R&D cycle, and across an entire organization”, concludes Marra.

Rev-Sim Director of Partnerships, Mike Nieburg said, “Each of our sponsors are working to advance and expand the use and value of engineering simulation software by innovating within their market spaces. We are excited to have Simscale join us demonstrating their revolutionary thought-leadership and technology in a collaborative alliance that benefits all industrial users of engineering simulation.”

 

About SimScale

SimScale enables engineering teams to access accurate and fast simulation, on their terms, without compromises. We make engineering simulation technically and economically accessible from everywhere, at any time, and at any scale, in the cloud. We deliver instant access to fluid, thermal, and structural simulation to over 300,000 users worldwide. With SimScale, high-fidelity multiphysics simulation has moved from a complex and cost-prohibitive desktop application to an inclusive, agile, cloud-native engineering simulation platform. SimScale is a SaaS company that follows the subscription pricing model, visit simscale.com for more information. Simulate early. Simulate more. Simulate now, with SimScale.

 

About Rev-Sim

Revolution in Simulation is a web-based resource and community-building platform that educates, advocates, collaborates and innovates for the advancement and democratization of engineering simulation. The Rev-Sim.Org website offers the largest curated collection of engineering simulation news, articles, presentations, white papers, videos, recorded webinars, case studies, and directories of software and consulting service providers to help organizations maximize the impact and ROI from simulation investments.

Existing and new industry users of simulation technologies are invited to explore our resources and submit questions about democratization to our panel of subject matter experts and topic moderators at www.rev-sim.org. Solution providers are invited to join the revolution by contacting Mike Nieburg at mike.nieburg@rev-sim.org.