Engineer Electric Vehicles Profitably with Siemens Digital Industries Solutions

Webinaire à la demande | 32 minutes

Learn more about the engineering implications of developing electric vehicles and how this shifts focus to electrical / electronics and software.

The only constant in the Automotive and Transportation industry is change and only the companies that can deal with those changes in a smart way will survive.

One of the mega-trends that is driving those changes is Vehicle Electrification. Market researchers expect up to 60% of vehicles being electrical by 2039 with countries like China, France and the UK already announcing dates by when they will ban internal combustion engines (ICEs). The race for the EV market has started and automaker and supply-chain are picking up their game.

In this on-demand-webinar we will discuss the engineering implications developing Electrical Vehicles has and how this shifts focus to Electrical / Electronics and Software.

Siemens Digital Industries provides engineering solutions to a wide range of Vehicle electrification needs including:

  • Battery Design (Chemistry / Package / Charging)
  • Electric Drive (Motors / Invertor / Convertor)
  • Electrical Architecture (Distribution / EMI/EMC)
  • Attribute Optimization (Energy Management / Thermal / Acoustics & NVH)
  • Software Controls (Embedded Software / Powertrain Controls)
  • Vehicle Engineering (Aerodynamics / Light-weighting / occupants)

Dave Lauzun

VP of Automotive and Transportation Strategy, Siemens PLM Software

Realize LIVE and User2User | May 26, 2021 | Virtual

Realize LIVE + User2User – Registration Now Open!

Realize LIVE and User2User – Registration Now Open!

For the first time, the Realize LIVE and User2User (U2U) events are becoming one unified content-rich experience. In the company of your peers from across the Siemens Digital Industries Software portfolio, which now includes Siemens EDA, you’ll enjoy a wealth of training and education, inspiration and insight - keeping you on the leading edge of digital transformation.

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