We missed Las Vegas last month, we had hoped to bring you over 100 dedicated Simcenter sessions, user stories, keynotes and product updates but we had to settle for the next best thing…we brought Realize LIVE to your office. Since timings, childcare, internet issues are all unknown we have made some of those sessions available until the 24th July. Worth tuning in, we think so and here is why…
Tony Hemmelgarn started this event today with a whistle-stop tour through digitalization, and the speed of implementing the digital twin for many of our customers. We talked on this blog recently about the very first digital twin, Apollo 13, and Tony considered how the current digital twin may have impacted that mission, demonstrating that we are no strangers to catastrophe and challenge.
Enabling the Comprehensive Digital Twin
Jan Leuridan and Katrien Wyckeart picked up the digital baton from Tony and took a look at more Simcenter examples.
How do customers use the insight Simcenter gives them to explore designs and really develop the best possible product? You can watch the full session here, but first some highlights.
Helping Vyaire produce better breathing equipment, enabling EV manufacturers to understand acoustic comfort, helping Aker Solutions managed sub-sea activities from dry land to improve engineer safety…the list is truly human-centered innovation.
It isn’t just about the hands-on simulation and test experts, Simcenter are working with WebApps servers to make the insight available to the wider organisation so that everyone can benefit from that extra data to deliver better outcomes.
Also available to watch on-demand – https://events.sw.siemens.com/realizelive/agenda
Big Data, IoT & Digital Twins
Developing new e-powertrains earlier in the product development cycle by coupling ‘Big Data’ though Mindsphere to Simcenter Amesim models.
Integrated Multidisciplinary Structural Design with Bye Aerospace
Using an ‘out-of-the-box’ suite of integrated Siemens solutions to design the all-electric eFlyer2.
AI-Driven Generative Material Design to Optimize a Component’s Performance
Enabling digital integration to bring enhanced efficiency, sustainability and performance of the design of materials components.
Design Optimization of a Nuclear Pressure Vessel Inlet and an Additively Manufactured Outlet
Oak Ridge National Laboratory talk about their vision and simulation strategy on the Transformational Challenge Reactor (TCR) program.
Finding the Competitive Edge at Joe Gibbs Racing
Delivering more speed for NASCAR racing in the aerodynamics development program.
Accelerating Innovation and Adoption of Advanced Materials through Predictive Simulation
Save years and tens of millions of dollars during development and certification of advanced materials.