September 14, 2023
What if you could change the exterior color of your car in a matter of minutes, engage your climate control system simply by walking toward your vehicle, or put on a VR headset for a more entertaining view of the road ahead? These are just a few examples of how car and tech companies will work closer together in the future to enhance our driving experiences.
Down the road, vehicle platforms will be defined by a long automotive digital thread that represents a much larger, more comprehensive pool of data with a much higher level of openness. Consequently, as cars become more software dependent, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) open themselves up to new vulnerabilities including system failures, bugs, and cyberattacks, inspiring new requirements for safety and reliability.
Of course, this vulnerability also stretches beyond the automotive space. For consumers to embrace software-defined technology fully, manufacturers must quickly solve issues that meet their expectations for availability, predictability, and reliability. So, how do you balance digital strategy with customer engagement and safety, as well as your own operational security, to bring safe and reliable software-defined products to market faster?
Registration is open for Ansys’ Digital Safety Conference (DSC) once again, offering new insights into all the ways businesses are overcoming challenges around digital safety. You’ll hear fresh solutions for model-based systems engineering (MBSE), safety, embedded software, and cybersecurity from notable industry leaders in the automotive, aerospace and defense, electronics, and energy sectors.
Join us from October 10-11 in Berlin, Germany, or November 14-15 in Detroit, USA, as industry leaders come together to exchange ideas and present on topics including functional safety, cyber security, and embedded software, as well as systems development and verification.
We will be showcasing how Ansys solutions can support product design in the areas of safety and cybersecurity. If you’re a software engineer or manager, attendance at DSC is also a great opportunity to learn how model-based development environments like Ansys SCADE are supporting safety-critical embedded software applications in automotive and aerospace and defense.
If you were part of last year’s DSC, you may already be aware that it was a completely virtual event. This year we’ll be live and in person at two different locations, which gives you the opportunity to network and connect with subject matter experts (SMEs), speakers, and customers, including:
We encourage you to attend this free on-site event. For those who can’t make it in person, there will be a livestream the day of the event. Speakers are participating in either Berlin or Detroit, representing two unique experiences. So, it’s possible to attend one conference in person, then live stream and view an entirely new set of speakers as they discuss how they are using our software solutions to solve big challenges in safety and reliability.
Another benefit of attending either one of these great events is a workshop happening on day two for both sessions. In these workshops, members of the Ansys team will share their predictions of what the Ansys product road map will look like for our customers by vertical five to 10 years into the future. You’ll also have an opportunity to sit down with members of the Ansys team to gain personal insights on trends specific to your individual business objectives.
Don’t forget to register for the Digital Safety Conference scheduled in Berlin, Germany, October 10-11, and Detroit, USA, November 14-15. It’s your chance to mingle with industry visionaries and members of the Ansys product team and learn, grow, and receive expert advice from some of the leading voices in the MBSE and system safety space.
We’re here to answer your questions and look forward to speaking with you. A member of our Ansys sales team will contact you shortly.