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Heavy Equipment Performance Engineering

The new norm for heavy equipment manufacturers is how to address massive, ever-increasing levels of complexity in machine design while improving the engineering process. Our portfolio helps you achieve high-performance design, simulation, and test, improving engineering accuracy and development productivity to address real industry issues.

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Integrate and digitalize the engineering process

Today in the heavy equipment industry, innovation is mostly driven by software, requiring significant changes in the design and development processes of off-highway vehicles. Learn about our solutions for heavy equipment performance engineering.

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Heavy Equipment Performance Engineering

The new norm for heavy equipment manufacturers is how to address the massive, constantly increasing level of complexity in machine design while improving the engineering process – a tricky balance. Electrification, hybridization and mechatronics are important market differentiators, but these individual systems must work seamlessly together. And they are not suited for every market. Manufacturers must design a variety of customized machines faster and more efficiently to meet local requirements.

The arrival of Big Data and the Internet of Things means that heavy equipment is no longer just a simple machine – it is a smart machine. Manufacturers must work closely with other industries, partners and customers to understand and succeed in implementing smart infrastructures in a global engineering operation. Sharing know-how while designing innovative and high-performance equipment quickly and accurately is a critical success factor. Improving the engineering process is a way to achieve this.

Implementing our solutions enables manufacturers to efficiently control multiple aspects of the engineering process by developing digital twins and implementing predictive engineering analytics.

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