Aerospace & Defense
Innovation and collaborative, synchronized program management for new programs
Innovation and collaborative, synchronized program management for new programsExplore Industry
Integration of mechanical, software and electronic systems technologies for vehicle systemsExplore Industry
Product innovation through effective management of integrated formulations, packaging and manufacturing processesExplore Industry
New product development leverages data to improve quality and profitability and reduce time-to-market and costsExplore Industry
Supply chain collaboration in design, construction, maintenance and retirement of mission-critical assetsExplore Industry
Integration of manufacturing process planning with design and engineering for today’s machine complexityExplore Industry
Shipbuilding innovation to sustainably reduce the cost of developing future fleetsExplore Industry
“Personalized product innovation” through digitalization to meet market demands and reduce costsExplore Industry
How does one push simulation use to the next level all along the design process to fulfill market expectations for electrification and hybridization? What impact does it have on vehicle engineering and time to market?
The race for electrification in the automotive industry has begun, and is starting to have a strong impact on the engineering process. Designing such vehicles remains very complex, and new methodologies and tools are being deployed to go-to-market faster. Simulation makes no exception, and is being pushed to its boundaries.
In this webinar, Fred Ross and Thomas Desbarats, automotive industry experts at Siemens PLM Software, will introduce the major automotive industry trends, the digital twin approach, and detail how Simcenter allows one to make a disruptive move on simulation processes. By enabling the creation and deployment of a comprehensive predictive simulation platform, Simcenter helps engineering departments to save time in performance evaluation of any new electric, hybrid or conventional vehicle, from architecture design to test phase, and thus speed up the decision-making process. Expanding the use of simulation to non-expert users will accelerate even more analysis of any vehicle architecture with regards to energy efficiency, performance, drivability and thermal management, guarantee competitive time-to-market and fit with market performance expectations.