Accelerating Vehicle Product Development Cycles with Modeling and Simulation

Using modeling and simulation (MODSIM) tools, OEM engineers can successfully create and validate products in a unique, integrated and digitally connected environment.

On-Demand Webinar

Using modeling and simulation (MODSIM) tools, OEM engineers can successfully create and validate products in a unique, integrated and digitally connected environment.

Current market dynamics, government regulations, increasing customer expectations and the need for vehicle platforms that accommodate legacy and new propulsion technologies have created challenging OEM product development timelines. In this environment, it is vital to have access to engineering tools that increase team productivity, avoid program cost overruns and satisfy product requirements.

MODSIM

In this webinar, industry expert, Abelardo GARZA, will discuss how Dassault Systèmes technologies help OEM engineers do all of the above. Using modeling and simulation (MODSIM) tools, engineers can successfully create and validate products in a unique, integrated and digitally connected environment while increasing productivity, staying in-budget and meeting product launch schedules.

Download today

Latest News

Leadership Profile: Matt Sederberg of Coreform Discusses how Isogeometric Analysis can Improve Workflows
Coreform IGA allows users to perform simulations directly on CAD models.

Editor’s Pick: Understanding Complex Engineering Data
BETA CAE Systems starts year with new product announcements.

Toggle3D Unveils Big Tech Advancements
Toggle3D enables the creation, design, configuration and deployment of 3D models at scale, using CAD files.

Weber State Installs Impossible Objects CBAM 3D Printer
The Composite-Based Additive Manufacturing (CBAM) system is installed at Weber State University's MARS Center at Hill Air Force Base, UT.

All posts