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.
Gartner, Inc. predicts that by 2019, the analytics output of business users with self-service capabilities will surpass that of professional data scientists.
“Democratization” is a buzzword that has been circulating around the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) community for some time. Learn more through this paper.
UberCloud's Wolfgang Gentzsch and Burak Yenier discuss the role of the Cloud in democratizing simulation in this Digital Engineering article.
Digital Engineering's Tony Lockwood interviews RevSim.Org co-founder Malcolm Panthaki.
EASA Software's Tim Valachovic and Pat Pennington provide this workshop at the CAASE 18 conference.
Siemens PLM Software's Ruben Bons provides this presentation at the CAASE 18 conference.
John Aldred, VP of Product Management for HBM Prenscia provides this presentation at the CAASE 18 conference.
John Deere's Ashish Jaiswal provides this presentation at the CAASE 18 conference.
ECKDYN Analysis Solutions' Michael Eckblad discusses issues and benefits of open-source analysis software within Democratized Simulation.
From the CAASE 18 conference, Front End Analytics' Juan Betts discusses implementation of Democratized Simulation in large and complex organizations.
Digital Engineering Editor Jamie Gooch takes a look at democratized simulation as witnessed at CAASE 18.
Announcing SIMSOLID Cloud: Popular desktop structural analysis tool now available as an Onshape-embedded cloud application
The newest release of MSC Apex Harris Hawk targets the need for accelerated structural analysis in aerospace engineering and manufacturing.
In this June, 2018 post, Digital Engineering's Brian Albright discusses Cloud-based Simulation.
Given at CAASE 2018, this presentation discusses the mission of a new on-line resource in support of Democratized Simulation.
Engineering.com's Roopinder Tara asks: Can artificial intelligence help us with simulation?
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
Opening presentation for NAFEMS 2020 webinar series Business Challenges topic
Tina Morrison, Deputy Director, Division of Applied Mechanics, Office of Science and Engineering Laboratories, Center for Devices and Radiological Health, U.S. FDA will present at CAASE 2018.
More detailed and faster simulation with high-performance cloud computing.
Part 3 of a 3-part series discussing the Democratization of Simulation.
Part 2 of Bruce Jenkins series on the Democratization of Simulation.
Simulation Applications are advancing product quality, innovation, and productivity by allowing non-experts to safely run simulations.
Learn how traditional manually-intensive and non-integrated simulation processes and data are being transformed using Simulation Apps.
Learn how COMSOL 5.0 allows experts to publish template-style simulation apps for non-experts using the COMSOL App Builder function.
A recap of the June, 2016 conference which featured a Democratization Mini-Symposium.
Bruce Jenkins discusses the future of High Performance Cloud Computing.
The current state of democratized simulation.
Software containers, why they are relevant and how they deliver CAE to the masses.
Learn how simulation can deliver more innovative products to market faster and how a small population of simulation experts can be better leveraged.
American Axle & Manufacturing's eight initiatives to improve democratizing CAE.
GKN's journey to democratized CAE.
A case study detailing Caterpillar's democratization of simulation.
Computational Simulation Apps: access, validation and automation and its supporting role in democratized CAE.
The role of Cognitive Engineering and Simulation Apps in medical research.
Extending simulation expertise throughout product development teams.
The computer-aided engineering (CAE) industry is seeing a trend toward the democratization of simulation tools.
Supercomputing or High-Performance Computing (HPC) you can use for the duration of a project.
Intelligent applications provide non‐experts the ability to perform complex engineering workflows.
Learn how Simulation Applications are safely extending the use of simulation beyond CAE experts.
Alan Chalker from Ohio Supercomputer Center and Lee Margetts from simulation industry association NAFEMS join DE’s editor Kenneth Wong for the roundtable talk on supercomputing.
Simulation apps are the latest development in making advanced CAE capabilities safely and easily available to engineers and designers.
Digital Engineering's Beth Stackpole recaps the AweSim initiative.
A Structural-Thermal-Optical-Performance (STOP) analysis is an interdisciplinary analysis used to verify optical requirements. It is performed to identify and solve design issues early before building hardware.
Web-enabled apps mean even tablet computers are useful tools for engineering analysis anywhere, anytime.
Democratizing CAE: Simulation Apps Offer Potential Hundredfold Growth in CAE Usage
SimApps create expert define templates to provide multiple users with engineering tools.