Consumers are demanding efficient, reliable, safe, environmentally friendly, smarter, connected
and increasingly autonomous vehicles. Regulators continue to demand improvements in safety
and emissions. The automotive industry must deliver these increasingly complex products to
market faster, in the face of increasing competition from traditional sources, new geographies and
new entrants and with continued pressure to reduce cost. Failure of any magnitude can result in
significant, and even irreparable, financial and brand impact.
To address these design challenges, research shows that best-in-class companies invest
in a broad portfolio of engineering simulation tools. The use of engineering simulation in the
automotive industry is pervasive from the component to the system level.
Join ANSYS for an informative conference on the latest advances and best-practices in engineering simulation of electric vehicle powertrains and components including motors, batteries, and power electronics, autonomous driving technologies such as sensors and control algorithms, aerodynamics and thermal management, and vehicle structural integrity.
The complete agenda will follow soon.