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ANSYS Greater Houston Innovation Conference

August 24, 2017

8:30 AM - 4:00 PM (CST)

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Venue:
Norris Conference Centers
816 Town and Country Blvd.
Suite 210
Houston, TX 77024
USA

Free to Attend

Contact:
Anthony Williams
anthony.williams@ansys.com

Today's Oil & Gas engineering teams are challenged to design products and drive rapid innovations in an incredibly complex environment. Simulation plays a key role in helping engineers successfully tackle challenging problems and innovate to market. By enabling validation of virtual prototypes of complex systems across all physics and engineering disciplines, simulation helps improve quality and reliability of the designed product, while also increasing productivity of engineering teams.

With the advancements in the Internet of Things, products are increasingly a medley of mechanical, electronics and software subsystems with smart functionality.  Designing such complex products requires a comprehensive, integrated simulation platform that can handle single and multiple physics simulations efficiently and automatically.  ANSYS Platform - the world's leading simulation environment - is the answer to these challenges.

Join ANSYS for an informative technical conference on how to incorporate ANSYS platform and productivity enhancement tools, including Digital Twins, into your engineering department's workflow. ANSYS technical and customer experts from industry will discuss design challenges, opportunities and success stories. At the Innovation Conference, you can expect to collaborate, share information and learn how to optimize your use of engineering tools, data, and business processes.

The complete agenda will follow soon.

Call for papers:
Presentations are invited from representatives of industry-leading companies to accompany those from ANSYS experts.
Papers should highlight innovative and interesting applications using the very latest state-of-the-art simulation technologies.
If interested in presenting please contact: Dave Firth at dave.firth@ansys.com or Pepi Maksimovic at pepi.maksimovic@ansys.com.

Deadline for all papers is Friday July 21st.