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Robert Harwood

Industry Director

Rob articulates how Ansys portfolio solutions help our customers across industry sectors address their most important engineering challenges.

Education:

  • Doctorate and Master's of Engineering degrees from The University of Sheffield

Joined Ansys: April 2000


Articles by This Author

Connect Products and People with Simulation

Connect Products and People with Simulation

Our high-tech electronics product design challenges can only be solved by augmenting human ingenuity with the power of simulation.

Meet the Autonomous Vehicle Development 10x Complexity Challenge

Meet the Autonomous Vehicle Development 10x Complexity Challenge

Learn how autonomous vehicle technology developers are relying on simulation to address complexity challenges

Ready for Take Off: Simulation Charges Electric Air Racing

Ready for Take Off: Simulation Charges Electric Air Racing

Teams competing in the Air Race E all-electric airplane race use simulation to solve engineering challenges.

The Race to Electric Mobility: Are You One of the 75%?

The Race to Electric Mobility: Are You One of the 75%?

Three-fourths of consumers expect to own an EV. We detail the engineering challenges that underpin the market's needs.

Is IoT Driving the Autonomous and Electrification Trends in Automotive?

Is IoT Driving the Autonomous and Electrification Trends in Automotive?

Autonomous vehicles are a key business case to bring cars onto the IoT, says head of FIA Commission.

5G plane waves

Key to 5G: Plain Talk on Electromagnetic Plane Waves

5G networks use electromagnetic fields to transmit information. Begin your electromagnetic education by learning the fundamentals of electromagnetic plane waves.

Electrification’s Sustainability Benefits Are in Demand

Electrification’s Sustainability Benefits Are in Demand

Sustainability concerns ranked even higher than cost concerns in a new electrification survey commissioned by Ansys.

The Challenges to Developing Fully Autonomous Drone Technology

The Challenges to Developing Fully Autonomous Drone Technology

To make drones fully autonomous, a few challenges must be overcome to ensure drones meet local laws, regulations, air/road traffic conditions and safety standards.

Achieving the Digital Mission Engineering Competitive Advantage

Achieving the Digital Mission Engineering Competitive Advantage

A key part of this overall digital transformation is the ability to simulate and analyze not just how individual components or subsystems will perform in isolation but how these components, subsystems and the entire engineered system will perform in a virtual mission environment as part of a system of systems.

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