Engineering Simulation is a major key for multiple business drivers by providing better understanding of product and process behavior, variability and risk. However, Engineering Simulation software is still typically used only by expert analysts and we need to expand the usage to a broader audience.
The changing role of Engineering Simulation is really about business drivers for improved competitiveness:
Engineering Simulation is a major key to all 5 business drivers in providing better understanding of product and process behavior, variability and risk. These business drivers are going to force a “Simulation Revolution”.
Machine Design Magazine's second installment details the implementation challenges and ROI associated with Democratizing Simulation.
Jeff Rowe of MCADCafe posts a blog on MCADCafe Newsletter about the ASSESS Initiative Positioning Papers regarding Democratization of Engineering Simulation (DoES) and Aligning Commercial, Government, and Research Engineering Simulation Efforts.
From the CAASE 18 conference, Front End Analytics' Juan Betts discusses implementation of Democratized Simulation in large and complex organizations.
Comet Solutions' Malcolm Panthaki discusses why Democratized Simulation isn't implemented overnight.
engineering.com White Paper by Michelle Boucher, Vice President of Research for engineering software at Tech-Clarity
Investigate issues and to develop approaches to enable a significant increase in usage and benefit of Engineering Simulation.
The worldwide business environment is seeing a strong focus on strategic goals for improving competitiveness.
Business Drivers are going to force a “Simulation Revolution” - Engineering Simulation will be forced to find a way
Computer-aided engineering (CAE) tools have the power to take the gut feel and rules of thumb out of the engineering world.
Opening presentation for NAFEMS 2020 webinar series Business Challenges topic
NAFEMS Americas partnered with a number of industry thought leaders and end-users companies to host a series of webinars.
Part 3 of a 3-part series discussing the Democratization of Simulation.
Part 2 of Bruce Jenkins series on the Democratization of Simulation.
For Pfizer, modeling technology is critical to their ability to produce cutting edge pharmaceutical products in a competitive and rapidly changing industry.
Part 1 of a three part series discussing the Democratization of Simulation.
American Axle & Manufacturing's eight initiatives to improve democratizing CAE.
Gartner's Marc Halpern discusses simulation as a strategic tool.
Engineering.com's Shawn Wasserman writes about the 5 CAE Industry Strategies to Bring Simulation to More Engineers
Simulation apps are the latest development in making advanced CAE capabilities safely and easily available to engineers and designers.
Learn the key business drivers behind simulation and analysis.
Monica Schnitger gives her take on the future of CAE.
Democratizing CAE: Simulation Apps Offer Potential Hundredfold Growth in CAE Usage
Ora Research,President Bruce Jenkins gives his take on the "Appification" of Simulation.
SimApps create expert define templates to provide multiple users with engineering tools.
Digital Engineering guest blogger, Bruce Jenkins (Ora Research) recaps the NAFEMS Democratizing CAE webinar featuring GKN Driveline.
Learn the business drivers that are and will be pushing widespread use of simulation in the product development process.
Engineering.com's John Hayes explains that - when it comes to simulation - its time to get your head in the clouds.
Will the availability of the high-performance cloud computing help drive use of CAE tools?
Understanding and explaining the Engineering Simulation value proposition to non-technical executives remains to be the biggest business challenge for Engineering Simulation.
The ASSESS Initiative has initially outlined six major contributing factors to Engineering Simulation business challenges to provide understanding and guidance moving forward.