Welcome back to the second part of our five-part blog series! If you haven’t read the first post, please click here.
Today, we’ll touch on the benefits of simulation-driven design. To begin, a common goal of many engineers is to quickly launch their products into the market. However the truth is most engineers have missed a tight deadline or had to go back and fix an issue in the product while it was in its final phase. It’s time consuming, expensive, and frustrating.
I have some good news for you – simulation-driven design reduces your chance of making a mistake that will cost you not only money but also your evenings and weekends. Aberdeen Group conducted a study to determine if the best-in-class designers found any benefits from simulation-driven design, and here are the results:
- Decreased physical prototype by 27%
- Improved length of development time by 29%
- Improved engineering change orders (ECOs) after release to manufacturing by 21%
- Product cost targets were met by 71% of the Best-in-Class designers
If you’re someone who enjoys learning about everything in one sitting, then be sure to watch this webinar to learn beyond the benefits of simulation-driven design.