“Democratization” is a bit more than just “deployment”. We can “deploy” a spreadsheet calculator or MATLAB model simply by emailing it to a group of recipients, or putting it on a network drive or a portal such as SharePoint. That is NOT the same as “democratizing” – ensuring SAFE and SECURE access, plus the ability for users to run the model, WITHOUT deep knowledge of the underlying technology, and WITHOUT making mistakes.
In this presentation from CAASE20, EASA's Sebastian Dewhurst provides an update on the state of democratizing simulation.
The democratization of simulation and design optimization is proving to be an increasingly important goal as enterprises realize that greater collaboration can lead to significant advancements – and ultimately position an enterprise as the innovative leader in their industry.
EASA's Seb Dewhurst shares his thoughts on the coming year.
EASA's Sebastian Dewhurst discusses how much faster the learning process would be if an algorithm "knew". There would be far fewer failures early on, and far less data would be required.
"Companies are beginning to realize that they are sitting on a gold-mine of untapped potential." Read on to learn more!
Rev-Sim's Malcolm Panthaki and EASA's Mike Nieburg answer the question... Can non-experts safely utilize advanced modeling and workflows?
With the right tools and best practices, organizations can move the digital thread forward and keep Excel.
Digital Engineering Editor, Beth Stackpole writes about the future of Excel in today's PLM environment.
One powerful approach to Democratizing Simulation is the technique of web applications. Engineering.com's Michael Alba writes about EASA's simulation web apps.
EASA Software's Tim Valachovic and Pat Pennington provide this workshop at the CAASE 18 conference.
For Pfizer, modeling technology is critical to their ability to produce cutting edge pharmaceutical products in a competitive and rapidly changing industry.
EASA Software offers a way to broaden the reach of simulation via expert-authored apps with simple GUIs.