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Sandeep Sovani

Global Head of GTM for Engineering Simulation on the Cloud, Amazon

Sandeep is a technical executive and product leader with experience in engineering simulation, automotive, autonomous vehicles and emerging technologies. He was a Technical Manager of Application Engineering at Fluent when it was acquired by Ansys in 2009. At Ansys, he became Global Director, Head of Go-to-Market Strategy and Head of Product Strategy for Automotive Industry. He then became the Director, Head of Product Strategy and Product Management for the ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles product line. In this role he created product roadmaps as well as formulated and implemented a go-to-market plan. Sandeep was also the key advisor to the CEO, CTO, and senior management on Autonomous vehicles. Additionally, he managed a project creating the first ever multi-platform autonomous vehicles simulation platform for the Indy Autonomous Challenge. Sandeep is currently the Global Head of GTM for Engineering Simulation on the Cloud at Amazon.

Education:

  • Bachelor of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering from the College of Engineering Pune
  • Master of Technology degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
  • Doctor of Philosophy degree in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University

Professional Credentials: 

  • Amazon Web Services Cloud Practitioner
  • Progmatic Marketing Product Management

Joined Ansys: 2010 - 2021


Articles by This Author

Axiom Space is using Ansys Simulations

Racing's History of Innovation Expands to Autonomous Cars

At Simulation World, Douglas Boles, president of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corporation, will discuss autonomous race cars and how IMS has sped up automotive innovation.

iDAR from AEye will mimic how human eyes focus on the road.

The Autonomous Vehicle System iDAR Mimics Human Eyes

Learn how engineers will be able to use iDAR to test sensor systems virtually, over millions of miles, in a few days.

Simulated car

Multiphysics Simulation Reduces Automotive Noise

To tackle the challenge of automotive noise and increase customer satisfaction, engineers at Corning use Ansys multiphysics simulation software.

Global public opinion about fully autonomous cars

Ansys Validates High Interest in Fully Autonomous Cars, but Concerns Still Remain

About three-quarters of the population are comfortable with fully autonomous cars. However, they note that engineers still need to address some safety concerns.

Indy autonomous Challenege

Autonomous Car Race to Bring Dozens of Universities to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

The Indy Autonomous Challenge is an autonomous car race that will have engineering students from around the world competing for a $1M prize.

Race car with the word advantage next to it

Designing an Electric Car Battery Pack to win the Pikes Peak World Record

Volkswagen Motorsport designed an electric car battery pack using ANSYS Twin Builder. The car took nine months to build and beat the overall Pikes Peak record.

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Free Download of Ansys LS-DYNA Student Now Available

Volkswagen Motorsport designed an electric car battery pack using ANSYS Twin Builder. The car took nine months to build and beat the overall Pikes Peak record.

Self driving truck

Everything You Need to Know about Self-Driving Trucks

Find out how autonomous trucks are designed, if they will take away jobs and when they are coming.

Man sleeping in a self driving car

Top 3 Challenges to Produce Level 5 Autonomous Vehicles

Explore how self-driving cars available now can help us get to human-less driving and level 5 autonomous vehicles and cars with Ansys. 

Podbike FRIKAR e-bike

Cool, Compact and Comfortable: Podbike FRIKAR Redefines the Velomobile

See how Podbike used computer-aided design (CAD) and simulation to develop FRIKAR, a fully encapsulated, energy-efficient, all-weather, four-wheel e-bike.

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