Make In India

The "Make in India" initiative aims to remove policy and infrastructure bottle­necks and catapult India into a global manufacturing hub. Launched by the government of India in 2014, it is expected to boost the manufacturing sector with a targeted GDP growth rate of 7.5 percent and a 5 percent increase in productivity. The program is also expected to provide millions of jobs and create an export-oriented economy to restore long-term, inclusive growth.

Driving "Make in India" with Simulation-Driven Product Development

For "Make in India" to be successful, manufacturing is key. However, manufactur­ing processes are rapidly evolving, and manufacturers can only maintain their competitive edge if they find new ways to compress product design and manufacturing cycles. This calls for a getting products “right the first time” using Simulation-Driven Product Development.

Acting as a catalyst, Simulation-Driven Product Development:

  • Decreases product time-to-revenue
  • Reduces R&D costs
  • Minimizes bench tests and prototypes
  • Generates quicker product approvals
  • Offers a greater pipeline of products
  • Leads to greater innovation

Powering "Make in India" with ANSYS

Using ANSYS tools enables organizations to predict with confidence that their products will thrive in the real world. By simulating early and often with ANSYS software, companies become faster, more cost-effective and more innovative, realizing their product promises.

If you are an Indian manufacturer, using simulation tools from ANSYS can help you solve some of your biggest challenges:

  • Lowering development time and costs
  • Reducing time to market
  • Optimizing product performance
  • Outperforming your competition

Learn more about ANSYS’ simulation solutions

  • Fluid Dynamics
  • Structural Analysis
  • Electronics
  • Multiphysics
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