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Engineering What's Ahead

Simulation is a superpower to turn next-gen concepts into reality faster, at a higher quality and a lower cost.

Discover how simulation can transform the way you work.

The Shape of Things to Come​

Engineers, by definition, are a forward-looking group, literally creating the world as it will be. Continually pushing the boundaries of “What’s Next.” ​

Ansys enables all creators to envision that future, to test their ideas and concepts. But Ansys is more than just a preview of what’s next, it’s an essential part of the process of creation itself. Knowing—and building— what comes next is one of the greatest superpowers engineers have, and that’s where Ansys’ true power lies.  ​

Ansys gives engineers the superpower of having all of physics and the material world at their disposal. The power to test, iterate, simulate before the first prototype is even made–at any place, and any time. There truly is no limit to what engineers can accomplish with Ansys. If that isn’t a superpower, what is?

Superpowers to Engineer What’s Ahead​

Based on the fundamental principles of modeling, physics, mathematics and computer science, simulation gives engineers the power to see how their designs will behave in millions of real-world scenarios, while reducing or even eliminating the need for costly physical testing.

This simulation superpower also speeds time-to-market, lowers manufacturing costs, improves quality, and reduces risk. Chat with our experts to see how simulation makes possible. ​

Ansys as a Superpower

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Applications are Limitless

The ways in which Ansys products can be applied to solve problems, are limitless. Whatever the industry or use case, Ansys goes to work on optimizing your design process, reducing costs and accelerating time to market.​

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Partnering with Today's Startups to Deliver Tomorrow's Reality

The Ansys Startup Program is built for early-stage startups with limited funding and revenue. We provide full access to multiphysics simulation software, coupled with high-performance computing, to help you tackle your engineering challenges quickly and cost-effectively.

​​We're committed to helping solve your engineering challenges. Our industry-leading simulation software is bundled by physics area and priced for early-stage startups, without limitations.  

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    Determine Feasibility of Ideas
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    Decrease Design Timeline
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    Reduce Development Costs
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    Increase Product Performance
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Automotive

The automotive industry is undergoing a disruptive transition: competitive markets and regulations require new technologies and business models.  Digitalization, virtual testing, and simulation are essential ingredients to master these challenges. 

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ADAS

A key engineering challenge is ensuring that ADAS and autonomous vehicles (AVs) perform flawlessly during any driving situation, including adverse weather conditions (rain, fog, snow) and different traffic/driving patterns. 

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Electrified Systems

Electrification drives future mobility, and providers pivot to invest heavily in electric vehicles (EVs). The race is to capture market share, and only simulation enables you to accelerate EV development and win the race to market. 

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Connected Systems

Whether the application is future medical systems, autonomous vehicles, smart cities, AR/VR, IoT, or standard mobile communications systems, data integrity is paramount. The physical data pathways must be understood and designed for these systems to work reliably.  

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Aerospace and Defense

The aerospace and defense (A&D) industry leads the development and adoption of simulation technology since the introduction of computerized tools. A&D works in a high reward/high risk design space, where the cost of failure is too high. 

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Sustainability

Sustainability aims to minimize human impact on the climate and environment by reducing our carbon footprint and designing eco-friendly products. To accelerate the development of these products, they are turning to simulation.

 

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