Accelerating product development in the automotive industry

オンデマンド・ウェビナー | 48 分

Accelerate your product development, drive innovation and flexibility with our next generation design solution. Watch our webinar to learn more.

Though Siemens solutions innovation can be accelerated to unleash the next generation of vehicles.

The automotive industry is changing faster than ever. In the new age of automation and electrification, sensors, chips and electronics are found at the heart of every vehicle, meaning product complexity has skyrocketed, whilst increasing concern over climate change and shifting regulations mean that its more necessary than ever to be able to respond quickly and efficiently to market changes.

Staying on top in this tough panorama will require a next generation design solution, a fully integrated set of digital tools that enable you to innovate fast and accelerate your product development. Watch this webinar to discover how Siemens can help you deploy the digital tools to stay ahead of the competition.

A next generation design solution to overcome complexity

As the automotive industry shifts gear and moves towards the future, the pace of innovation is picking up. This coupled with intensified competition from the tech giants and highly specialized start-ups means that traditional design and engineering practices no longer cut it. Siloed data and disjointed workflows inhibit the development of highly complex products and slow down innovation. With multiple sources of data, teams are left unsure of the most up-to-date requirements, mistakes are made and costs soar, leaving you behind schedule and over budget.

Sound familiar?

You need new processes to deal with this complexity, you need a next generation design solution to drive faster, more cost-effective innovation, improve traceability and boost flexibility.

Discover how design optimization software can help you stay ahead of the competition

To stay ahead of the game, you need a fully integrated, end-to-end design and engineering platform, a digital thread that seamlessly shares the most up to date information to everyone in the product ecosystem, guaranteeing complete traceability. Avoid wasting key resources on building designs that fail, requiring costly and time-consuming rework, with a continuous virtual validation and verification system you can get designs right first time. This means you can explore more innovative ideas to boost product performance and quality. Completely assess your designs across mechanical, electrical and software domains to allow for greater design optimization and ensure reliability. Our full suite of tools lets you take advantage of advanced technology to accelerate innovation and product development.

Meet our Accelerated Product Development webinar experts

Watch this Accelerated Product Development webinar, with experts Greg Roth, Solution Director, and Tom Spangler, Marketing Manager, both at Siemens Digital Industries Software.

They will guide you through the digital technology you can leverage to drive cost saving efficiencies, boost traceability and auditability to reduce risk and improve product quality, all while accelerating innovation so you can stay ahead of the competition.

Watch the on-demand version of the webinar now.

Thomas Spangler

NXシニア・マーケティング・マネージャー, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Tom Spanglerは、CAD/PLMの分野で25年以上の経験があります。そのうちの15年は、自動車OEMとサプライヤー両方の立場から、設計、IT、データ管理に携わってきました。2006年にMBA (経営学修士号) を修めた後、2008年、マーケティング・マネージャーとしてシーメンスに入社しました。シーメンスでは、いくつもの製品の立ち上げ、マーケティングキャンペーンをはじめとする多くのプロジェクトに参画し、貢献しています。

Greg Roth

Director of Automotive and Transportation Solutions in the Industries Group, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Previously, Mr. Roth held positions at Ford Motor Company, Eaton Corporation and Amcor Packaging. More recently, he was Chief Engineer for the CAE and NVH departments at ZF-TRW Automotive North America Braking Systems in Livonia, Michigan. In his current role, he champions CAD, CAE & PLM technologies and processes for companies at a global enterprise level achieving substantial reductions in product development costs and time while improving overall quality. Mr. Roth holds an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan, an M.S. in Electronics and Computer Controls Engineering from Wayne State University and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University.