Established and new automotive companies are racing to capture the electric mobility market opportunity. But future success depends on meeting key business and technology imperatives. EV development involves multiple design iterations and several tests performed with considerations of performance, safety, and reliability. Technology complexities demand an integrated development approach to enable front-loading development and V&V processes. Engineers are increasingly adopting virtualization to meet complex requirements. However, virtualization requires the development of high fidelity, physics-based plant models calibrated through machine learning and integrated with software function and real drive scenarios to replicate the vehicle in the virtual world.
This 3-part webinar series will cover virtual validation workflow for EVs and integration of simulation models in system-level studies through reduced order modeling. Our simulation experts will also share insights on using simulation methods, ROMs, and AI/ML techniques for performance validation through MIL, HIL, and virtual drive tests. For part three, we'll discuss integrating simulation models into vehicle simulators to enable performance evaluation with considerations of complex driving situations. Our experts will also showcase the live demo of Ansys digital twin.