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ANSYS 2019 R1 SPEOS Update

Discover the latest release of ANSYS SPEOS, now with more predictive design power. You can create, test and validate a virtual prototype in a faster iteration loop. A refined human eye model enhances the human vision simulation. And, many updates improve your user experience, including:
  • New generic optimization engine automatically generates your perceived quality objective. It perfectly adapts to any advanced optical system.
  • New expert mode for Optical Design allows for more intelligent lighting in automotive applications. It ensures performance and compliance with standards and regulations.
  • Head-up display (HUD) design and analysis add-on expands your vision with cutting-edge features dedicated to the development of HUDs in automotive applications. By embedding optical knowledge, the add-on drastically improves the development process by anticipating issues early in the design phase.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: Speos
Product Category: Systems


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ANSYS 2019 R1 Capabilities - Brochure

ANSYS delivers innovative, dramatic simulation technology advances in every major physics discipline. We offer the most comprehensive suite of simulation solvers in the world so that you can confidently predict your product’s success. This brochure outlines the capabilities of our various products.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Brochure Date:
Product Category: 3D Design, Electronics, Embedded Software, Fluids, Multiphysics, Platform, Semiconductors, Structures, Systems, Cloud and IT Solutions


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ANSYS Twin Builder for Heating and Cooling Systems

ANSYS Twin Builder combines the power of a multidomain systems modeler with extensive 0D application-specific libraries, 3D physics solvers and reduced-order modeling (ROM).

View this on-demand webinar to discover how the Modelica libraries can be used to assemble and simulate system models for heating and cooling applications. Learn how such models can be enriched by integrating third party models through the Functional Mock-up Interface, and how model fidelity can be increased by using ROMs generated by ANSYS 3D physics solvers. Once the models are assembled, use ANSYS Twin Builder to validate the system representation and optimize its performance before exporting the generated model for product operation and predictive maintenance.

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Product Name: ANSYS Twin Builder
Product Category: Systems


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Achieve Model and Code Coverage in a Single Activity to Reduce Testing Costs and Speed Certification

The new ANSYS SCADE Test Model coverage tool is the only tool on the market that allows you to achieve both model and code coverage for your embedded software applications at the same time. With the tool, you can fulfill DO-178C DO331 guidelines in an efficient way while focusing on error finding. Ensure no software errors will remain in the mission- and safety-critical software developed for your final product.

This on-demand webinar will introduce the tool and demonstrate how an integrated model-based testing solution can help you to reduce costs, speed certifications and bring your products to market faster.

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Product Name: ANSYS SCADE Test
Product Category: Systems


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Seamless Interchange of Requirements with Jama Software

As systems grow smarter and more complex, they also become more vulnerable to failure. For product design engineers, safety, reliability and failure mode analyses are more critical than ever. One way to enable product safety and success is the ability to create traceable links from safety requirements to their specific properties, such as the safety integrity level (SIL) within the development process.

Listen to ANSYS and Jama Software as we discuss why the appropriate processes and tools for these analysis activities are essential and a fundamental requirement for meeting quality and safety standards.

In this on-demand webinar, learn how you can:
  • Systematically identify safety requirements according to functional safety standards like ISO 26262
  • Derive safety requirements while considering technical and customer requirements
  • Manage all safety requirements consistently and ensure their availability for both safety analysis and actual development
  • Feed safety requirements from ANSYS medini back to the overall requirements management system in Jama

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Product Name: ANSYS medini analyze
Product Category: Systems


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ANSYS medini analyze 19.2 Innovations and New Features

ANSYS medini analyze 19.2 offers many innovative features and improvements, which support safety analysis at the semiconductor level, failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA), tool integrations and usability. This release focuses on the exchange of configurable failure modes effects and diagnostics analysis (FMEDA) data (ISO 26262 HW architectural metrics) among organizations. The handling of transient faults and their failure rates has also been significantly improved. The tool integrations now include an import of fault tree analysis (FTA) data from legacy tools (CAFTA and FT+).

In the on-demand webinar, we will introduce the new features and demonstrate them in the tool. The webinar will be especially helpful for existing medini analyze customers and those who are currently evaluating the product.

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Product Name: ANSYS medini analyze
Product Category: Systems


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An Approach Toward SOTIF with ANSYS medini analyze

While functional safety standards (e.g., ISO 262626) address hazards that are caused by malfunctioning electrical/electronic (E/E) systems, it doesn’t cover other hazards that can occur in the absence of system failure. One additional cause of hazards could be performance limitations of the system or its components (e.g., sensors).

The new ISO PAS 21448 standard on safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF) deals with the systematic identification, evaluation and subsequent risk mitigation of these hazards. SOTIF issues are especially important for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicle (AV) systems, and may be caused, for example, by misperceptions of sensing systems or misinterpretation by artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms.

In this on-demand webinar, we will introduce the SOTIF domain and illustrate how our safety analysis tool — medini analyze — can perform SOTIF-related analysis of E/E systems.

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Product Name: ANSYS medini analyze
Product Category: Systems


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ANSYS medini analyze Solutions for Functional Safety in Aerospace - Data Sheet

The safety analysis of electronics systems is a precondition for obtaining necessary certifications, but may consume more than half of the overall development effort. ANSYS medini analyze provides aerospace manufacturers of these systems (and their components) with dedicated support for functional safety analysis. Medini analyze customers report up to 55 percent decreases in both functional safety analysis efforts and time to market. The model-based tool also eliminates inconsistencies in functional safety analysis work products and accelerates the certification process, especially with respect to design changes.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Brochure Date:
Product Name: ANSYS medini analyze
Product Category: Systems


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Semiconductors: Tool Support for Chip Level FME(D)A and ISO 26262 - Webinar

ANSYS medini analyze implements key methods to support functional safety analysis for semiconductors according to ISO 26262-11 and IEC 61508. Medini’s model-based approach facilitates a systems approach to FMEA, FME(D)A, FTA, Safety Mechanism Design and Dependent Failure Analysis (DFA). It also provides all the traceability functions required by safety standards.

View this on-demand webinar to see how you can use ANSYS solutions in a seamless workflow to perform FME(D)A and FTA, for example, in a model-driven manner. We will show you how to:

  • Compute base failure rates according to IEC 62380 or SN 29500 with mission profiles
  • Distribute failure rates based on the die area of an imported IP Design
  • Adapt safety mechanisms according to IC usage
  • Cope with design changes in the FME(D)A

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Product Name: ANSYS medini analyze
Product Category: Systems


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ANSYS Approach to Ensure Safety of Highly Automated and Autonomous Driving - Application Brief

Highly automated and even autonomous driving is considered the key innovation in road transportation in the coming years. One of the big promises of automated driving is to make driving safer than it is today. The assumption is that replacing the human driver by automation systems would eliminate the weakest part of the chain that is the source of nearly 90 percent of all accidents. However, fulfilling this promise imposes new challenges to the development and analysis of such systems - not only to get them functional but at the same time ensuring the adequate level of safety.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Application Brief Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Twin Builder, ANSYS medini analyze
Product Category: Systems
Industry: Automotive


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