Design World Magazine, April 2019: Through the process of “democratization” organizations can safely put the power of engineering simulation into the hands of those who are not experts in using CAE software, including product designers, new engineers and even those in technical sales and customer support.
A RevSim virtual coffee break short video featuring a Greenlight Optics Case Study.
A RevSim virtual coffee break short video highlighting the virtual modeling and simulation of pharmaceutical production tank mixers by ANSYS.
Bob Farrell gives his take on what's in store for democratizing simulation in 2019.
Rev-Sim Coffee Break Webinar Series. HPC (High Performance Computing) Part 1: Series Introduction
UberCloud president & co-founder Wolfgang Gentzsch shares his industry predictions for the coming year.
"Companies are beginning to realize that they are sitting on a gold-mine of untapped potential." Read on to learn more!
More and more organizations are looking to improve their competitiveness by leveraging analysis, simulation, and systems engineering for improved design decision support, Simulation-Driven Design, generative design and robust performance evaluation of their full portfolio of products and processes
Simulation is being used for lawsuits in court, treating schizophrenia, use in middle school education and in deep learning.
By democratizing simulation, its power will be safely and robustly extended into the hands of non-experts, including designers, junior engineers, and even those on the sales front.
Digital Engineering's Tony Lockwood interviews RevSim.Org co-founder Malcolm Panthaki.
Digital Engineering Editor Jamie Gooch takes a look at democratized simulation as witnessed at CAASE 18.