Siemens Digital Industries Software 2019 Simcenter Conference

By William Chanatry

December 2 – 4, Amsterdam | Register here

NX users, please join us this year in Amsterdam for the Simcenter3D conference. There will be over 160 presentations covering all of the major industries. This presents an amazing opportunity to learn from others in their respective industry. During the conference on Wednesday, there will be a day of training so you can perfect your skills that you’ve been learning about.

Join us on December 2 – 4 for the 2019 Simcenter3D Conference, an exciting event that will bring together simulation, test and design exploration in an industry themed agenda. Together we will explore how simulation and test are contributing to the realization of the Digital Twin, and examine how adopting a holistic approach to predictive engineering analytics is essential in developing innovative products that exceed customer expectations.

The Digital Twin, for product ideation, realization and utilization, is the state of the art approach companies follow to deliver innovation. Digitally mirroring the product over its entire life cycle can present several advantages, such as more effective development, better manufacturing precision, smarter product behavior and much more. The Simcenter simulation and testing solutions portfolio, built on the legacy of LMS solutions, CD-Adapco, Tass and Mentor, allows manufacturers to build and maintain a Digital Twin in support of performance engineering during product development.

The Simcenter Conference is part of the global Realize LIVE events program, connecting the Siemens Digital Industries Software community with peers, partners, and products.

The venue for this year’s Siemens PLM Software’s 2019 Simcenter Conference, is the Mövenpick Amsterdam/ijVENUES, located within walking distance of Amsterdam’s magnificent city centre, which boasts a wide range of local attractions, landmarks and shops. 

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