Electric vehicle performance: two microphones measuring noise levels

Simcenter Engineering Services sounds off on electric vehicle performance.

Electric vehicle performance attributes and comfort considerations are evolving. Katleen Michiels, head of the Simcenter Engineering & Consulting testing group, shares her insight.

The role of simulation and testing in automotive. Get ready to transform the development process to make it fit for the future.

The evolution of vehicle performance engineering in the electrical age

New technology needs new processes. Find the driving forces to transform the vehicle development process and make it fit for the future.

Daimler Truck

Daimler Truck uses Siemens Simcenter to take vehicle design optimization to the next level

Keeping up with demand Daimler Truck AG is the world’s largest truck and bus producer, leading the market in Europe,…

Veering Off Course: Transportation Sector Continues to Drive the Climate Emergency

Veering Off Course: Transportation Emissions & The Climate Crisis

Can significant parts of transport be decarbonized with existing technology? What are the barriers?

optimizing e-drive NVH to ensure outstanding performance, comfort and satisfaction

Improving the e-Drive NVH performance of your electric vehicle with a digital twin

NVH engineers want to reduce the risk of encountering e-drive NVH issues late in the design process. But, optimizing e-drive NVH to create a sound that fits your brand image, is challenging. Where to start? Let’s start here.

Making autonomous driving more humanlike to improve safety and comfort

Making autonomous driving safer and more comfortable starts with getting drivers to willingly accept safety features such as lane-keeping assistance.

Model-based design from ICEs to ICUs: Bridging the industries to improve software quality for medical devices

The events of the past few years have turned global attention towards health and, more specifically, healthcare. From the images…

Model-based verification and design optimization of controller calibration

In 1968, Volkswagen became the first company to use a computer in a car. The D-Jetronic, created by Bosch, controlled…

One bench to rule them all: Join our virtual vehicle energy management facility tour

Before you start reading this blog, think about all the different environments you’ve driven your car in. For example, in…