Join us at VECS 2023 where you will meet the most innovative minds in Autonomous, Electrification, Connected Vehicles & Mobility. Listen to our outstanding speakers’ cutting edge insights on the topics that are top of mind in the new ecosystem for transportation. Get in-depth insights, new disruptive knowledge and unmissable networking.
Learn more at VECS, Booth C04:35 on May 23-24
Here’s a sneak peak of last year’s VECS, where we presented the evolution of Model Based Systems Engineering, and how an end-to-end digital thread for the entire product development process is key to successful digital transformation.
This year we are partnering with Porsche, at booth C04:35. We will have Guenther Hasna, Ansys Chief Technologist, talk about "Challenges in Electrified Battery Design and Development" in the Electrification Track.
Here's a sneak peak of last year's VECS
Keynote: Challenges in Electrified Battery Design and Development
What are the industry challenges and simulation solutions for:
· Preventing thermal run-away
· Developing controls using fast, but accurate Reduced Order Models
· Predicting battery aging
Guenther Hasna, Chief Technologist, Office of the CTO
Panel Discussion: Hydrogen or Batteries as Energy Storage for Vehicles
Göran Lindberg, Professor and Head of Applied Electrochemistry, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Fredrik Wigelius, Manager Sales Operations, Toyota Sweden
Nils-Gunnar Vågstedt, Research & Innovation at Scania Group
Jonas Odelmalm, VP Electromobility Product Management, Volvo Trucks
Guenther Hasna, Chief Technologist, Office of the CTO, Ansys
Migo (Michael) Richter, Marketing Development Director, Siemens EDA-Munich/Germany
Digitalization, optimization, and simulation are the critical enablers of next-generation mobility. Both automakers and transportation innovators can lean in on these technologies to realize significant gains in productivity, reduce costs, and find their competitive edge.
From advanced air mobility to commercial space, simulation accelerates innovation and speeds new technology into service by predicting real-world performance for a safer, more efficient, and sustainable future.
Intelligent connectivity transforms our world beyond recognition from autonomous vehicles to the Industrial Internet of Things. Simulation is critical to supporting electronic product designs that make these technologies a reality.
As the physical and digital worlds converge to deliver the fourth industrial revolution, simulation is at the forefront, transforming data into actionable insight. Through automation, the Industrial Internet of Things, and digital twins, operational efficiency, reliability, durability, and performance of industrial equipment will improve.
The current level of health care can’t be maintained without a technology jump. Computer Modeling and Simulation (CM&S), a.k.a. in silico methods, are the most promising way to address the unsustainable costs and time required for designing, testing, and regulatory approval of increasingly complex healthcare solutions without compromising patient safety.
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.
As a gold sponsor, Ansys can offer its customers and prospects 30% discount on the entrance fee.
Enter your contact details in the registration form to the right and enter Ansys30 in the Voucher field on VECS registration page as the next step.
We look forward to seeing you in our booth C04:35!
Disclaimer: This offer is not valid for delegates already registered for VECS and it cannot be combined with other potential offers for this event.
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