Internet of Things Webinar Series
Engineering Challenges of the Connected Soldier
Many of the technologies that underpin the commercial boom in the internet of things were initiated through government funded defense programs. These include advanced sensors, networked computing and communication systems. In a 2015 report called Leveraging the Internet of Things for a More Efficient and Effective Military, the Center for Strategic and International Studies reported that the soldier of tomorrow will be much more connected than the soldier of today.
This connectivity will provide enhanced situational awareness, communication and health monitoring. Join us in this webinar where we will discuss some of the engineering challenges associated with making the connected soldier a reality and hear a perspective from Dr Stavros Geogakopoulos on novel collapsible mobile antenna systems that will enable a soldier to carry a powerful antenna into combat folded into his back pocket.
Create Digital Twins and Manage Assets with MBSE
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is changing the way the world designs, connects and optimizes industrial assets. The IIoT combines the industrial sector — which includes countless pieces of industrial equipment, machines, production facilities, plants and networks — with the power of data gathering, computing, communications and information technologies. Bringing together the power of data analytics and simulation, the creation of a digital twin enables you to use predictive and prescriptive maintenance to optimize industrial assets management.
Attend this webinar and discover how simulation-driven product development can assist you in design and analysis of your equipment and the systems that control them so you can meet your IIoT engineering and business objectives. Topics will include the creation of a digital twin through system-level modeling and simulation, integration with 3-D physics analysis and model-based systems and software engineering (MBSE).
How Simulation is Assisting with the Adoption of Internet of Things Through the Development of Smart Medical Implants
Digital health is taking healthcare by storm and is expected to reach $233.3 billion by 2020, driven particularly by the mobile health market. Connected medical devices and associated services are perceived to be able to offer safer and more effective healthcare. Novel connected medical device examples include Saluda’s closed-loop neuromodulation system for pain management, EBR’s wireless pacing system and St Jude Medical’s wireless-enabled pacemaker – all examples of implants with wireless connectivity.
Wireless Power Transfer Design Solutions
With so many mobile devices in use — especially the increasing number of electric automobiles — wiring them all to a power supply for charging can be an impossible challenge. A wireless transfer system works by the transmission of time-dependent electromagnetic power from a source to a device without using any solid conductive materials. But this technology presents many challenges that require engineering simulation to solve.
Attend this webinar to learn how ANSYS Maxwell can be used to develop an optimal, non-radiative wireless power transfer system. The energy transfer can be generated by either radiative or non-radiative electromagnetic field effects. Discover how Maxwell’s simulation capabilities can help you integrate electrothermal models into a circuit design environment to provide a comprehensive multiphysics analysis.
Engineering Drones: Opportunities and Challenges
In this webinar we will discuss the role engineering simulation can play in addressing key engineering challenges and we will hear a perspective from Trey Kasling, CEO of Kasling Aircraft who recently released the Kasling Series 4 Drone. Trey will discuss an approach to optimize drone performance while maintaining safety critical design.
IoT: Modeling Sensors and MEMs with ANSYS
Sensors, actuators and other MEMS devices are the lifeblood of the Internet of Things (IoT). These tiny devices gather the information and initiate the actions that the IoT depends on. Because of their small size and complex functions, designing MEMS involves many different physics, and widely varied geometries and materials, which makes their development very difficult and time-consuming using build-and-test methods.
View this webinar, presented by ANSYS channel partner Ozen Engineering, to learn how ANSYS engineering simulation solutions can help you design your sensors, actuators and other MEMs devices most effectively. Discover best practices for multiple physics simulations that will ensure your success in the IoT marketplace.
Designing Low-power IOT Systems
View this webinar to learn how ANSYS engineering simulations can help you to meet the challenges of the IoT. Discover how to validate and even improve the power consumption, lifespan, reliability and overall integrity of this new generation of sensors.
From Drones to Connected Cars: Safe and Secure Embedded Software Development for IoT Devices
View this webinar to discover how ANSYS SCADE products and certified code generators provide a complete solution for the development of embedded systems, software and Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs) that are often a critical part of IoT-enabled products.
Shake, Rattle and Roll: Designing IoT Devices to Withstand Harsh Environments
Because the Internet of Things (IoT) is everywhere, the smart devices that comprise the IoT must be able to function reliably for long periods in a variety of harsh conditions. Extremes of vibration, impact and fatigue can result in significant repair costs, mission failure and even risk to human life. Damage caused by vibrations during launch was responsible for 45 percent of first-day spacecraft electronics failures, according to NASA.
View this webinar to learn how you can use ANSYS engineering simulation solutions to understand and minimize the hazards for IoT devices as a result of vibration, impact and fatigue. Discover how performing simulations early in the design process — before significant investments have been made — can help you pinpoint effective solutions and guide key tradeoffs to deliver products with better performance at lower cost.
Engineering The Internet of Things for Industrial Automation and Equipment
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is changing the way the world designs, connects and optimizes industrial equipment. The IIoT combines the industrial sector — which includes countless pieces of industrial equipment, machines, production facilities, plants and networks — with the power of data gathering, computing, communications and information technologies. It now includes predictive maintenance of assets to reduce cost and nonproductive time, and eliminate breakdown and failure.
View this webinar to learn about the five industry challenges that will maximize your chances of success in the IIoT. Discover how simulation-driven product development can assist you in design and analysis of your equipment and communication systems so you can meet your IIoT engineering and business objectives of your Industrial IOT strategy. Topics will include component- and system-level simulation with examples in sensors, RFID, industrial robotics, instrumentation, and control and network equipment.
How Engineering Simulation Can Facilitate the Addition of Internet of Things to Medical Devices
Healthcare providers are demanding technologies that reduce overall costs for the prevention or management of chronic illnesses. This category includes technologies that use devices that constantly monitor health indicators; devices that auto-administer therapies; or devices that track in real-time when a patient self-administers a therapy. Engineering simulation solutions from ANSYS are making medicine participatory, personalized, predictive and preventive (P4 medicine) via the medical Internet of Things (IoT).
View this webinar to learn how medical device engineers are designing IoT devices with increasing requirements for thermal and power management, ruggedness, miniaturization, number of sensors, wireless capabilities, MR compliance, etc. Discover how ANSYS simulation solutions have the potential to increase both the effectiveness and affordability of healthcare by expanding the medical IoT.
Ensuring Reliability and Safety of Connected Car Technology
Gain insights into how engineering simulation is helping solve key engineering challenges in developing connected car technology, including sensing and connectivity, reliability and safety, and durability.
This webinar will provide insights into how engineering simulation is helping solve key engineering challenges in developing connected car technology, including sensing and connectivity, reliability and safety, and durability. Experts will discuss topics such as antenna design and placement, EMI-EMC, ISO26262 and AUTOSAR compliant embedded software, and displays and HMIs, along with numerous examples.
Antenna Design and Placement
As the quantity of antennas increases with the growing number of interconnected smart devices in the Internet of Things, optimizing their placement to minimize interference is more and more important. Protecting communications between devices from outsiders trying to intercept your data is another concern, which can be handled by encryption. ANSYS HFSS is a highly automated and collaborative wireless design solution that is ideal for designing optimized and secure IoT devices, wearable electronics, 5G, UAVs, automotive radar and more.
View this webinar to learn about the latest advances in ANSYS HFSS for antenna design and placement in wireless systems. New features include antenna synthesis, design and processing; encrypted 3-D components with patent-pending hidden and encrypted design; and new high frequency solvers for antenna placement and radio frequency interference (RFI) diagnosis. Discover how ANSYS HFSS delivers the simulation features you need to create reliable, optimized systems, 10x faster than your competition.