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Connecting Simulation to the Digital Thread

Simulation has often been disconnected from the rest of the development process, struggling with traceability and the ability to provide meaningful feedback in a timely manner. Watch this demonstration as it shows how a user of the Aras Innovator digital thread platform can use simulation to evaluate the performance of a design as it progresses, and how the results of simulations are tied back to Requirements to do closed-loop Verification and Validation at every stage of the product lifecycle.

Why ANSYS Bet on Aras PLM Technology, and Why Aras Tends to Become a “Silent Partner”

“We believe that simulation is crucial to developing tomorrow's next generation products, and that better data and process management of simulations are needed to enable the digital processes of the future that will support these products,” Peter Schroer . "We see ANSYS and the Aras partnership as a potential game changer to connect simulation to technical processes for traceability, access and reuse throughout the product lifecycle. "

SPDM: From Extreme Disappointment to the Democratization of Simulation?

“SPDM platforms will be crucial to realizing the true potential of PLM, digital threads and digital twins, and enable collaborations with other corporate platforms, such as ERP, MES and MRO to realize Industry 4.0 concepts in the next step,” says Marc Halpern

Aras Goes All-In on Simulation Process and Data Management

In response to on-going customer demand, Aras is pursuing an open, flexible strategy for SPDM, allowing organizations to manage simulation at scale, accommodate a diversity of toolsets and include spreadsheets and custom applications.

Integrating Simulation and Design in PLM

Making product development seamless and efficient across disciplinary boundaries requires blurring the lines between systems modeling, design, and analysis, while capturing a complete, accurate, traceable, and configuration-managed digital record of the product’s definition as it evolves—a complete Digital Thread of product data. Download this article from Digital Engineering.

Matteo Nicolich – Topic Moderator Digital Thread & SPDM

Get the Data Right for Effective Multidisciplinary SPDM – Making the Case for a Tool-Independent Unified Data Model

Presented at NAFEMS World Congress 2019 - A tool-agnostic, unified, requirements-driven, systems-centric data model is required to best capture data for simulation and SPDM. This paper presents case studies to illustrate the benefits of this approach for representing and managing the simulation data and automating complex multi-fidelity, multidisciplinary simulations that include dynamic controls software.

Aras to Demonstrate Simulation Capabilities at NAFEMS World Congress 2019

The Democratization of Simulation and Analysis

Simulation and analysis (S&A) has traditionally been a complex undertaking handled by a small community of CAE simulation experts. They typically work on complex problems and the specialized simulation software they use reflects that intricacy.

Aras Innovator’s Investments in Simulation and Systems Engineering

Many of today's PLM solutions are notably not focused on enhancing functionality to support engineering, instead focusing on capabilities for other aspects of this business. In this video, we talk about how Aras has invested in simulation and system engineering capabilities for Innovator.

Aras Thinks Big about Digital Transformation by Focusing on Process

Digital Engineering Editor, Jamie Gooch writes how configuration management, system thinking and sustainable transformation guide Aras expansion.

Aras Expands Partnership with MSC Software Corporation for Enhanced Simulation Process and Data Management (SPDM)

Aras Partners with Vcollab for Enhanced Management of Simulation Results

The ASSESS Initiative Announces that Aras will be an ASSESS 2019 Congress Platinum Sponsor

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The Revolution in Simulation Initiative Continues to Gain Momentum as Aras Joins the Growing List of Sponsors

Rev-Sim Webinar Series: Can Non-Experts Safely Utilize Advanced Modeling & Workflows?

Rev-Sim's Malcolm Panthaki and EASA's Mike Nieburg answer the question... Can non-experts safely utilize advanced modeling and workflows?

Malcolm Panthaki – Topic Moderator for Democratizing Simulation