October 7, 2022
Digital transformation is a hot-button topic. In fact, the global digital transformation market is projected to grow from $469.8 billion in 2020 to $1,009.8 billion by 2025, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.5%.
New and emerging technologies coming out of these efforts present both opportunities and challenges for safer, more secure business operations. The exponential growth of the internet of things (IoT) and the churn of continuous data from connected devices opens up new, broader avenues of attack and exposure of many businesses’ most valuable assets.
Simply put — more digitization equals more data and more risk leading to higher digital safety requirements. Reimagining the rules of engagement in the context of functional safety, cybersecurity, and safe and reliable embedded software testing and design is an important part of this equation.
Of course, at the heart of digital transformation lies customer engagement and support. It’s true whether you’re focused on the immediate safety of customer data or protecting your organization from unforeseen cyber threats during engagement, which has potential downstream implications for your customers.
How do you balance digital strategy with customer engagement and safety, as well as your own operational security to bring safe and reliable products to market faster?
Sign up for Ansys’ Digital Safety Conference (DSC) 2022 taking place October 18-19 to find out how businesses of all sizes are tackling challenges around digital safety. It’s an opportunity to discover fresh solutions for model-based systems engineering (MBSE), safety, embedded software, and cybersecurity from notable industry leaders in the automotive, aerospace and defense, electronics, and academic sectors.
There’s something for everyone, whether you’re an executive focused on the bottom line; an engineer looking for a simulation-specific answer to a safety-related issue; or part of an industry concerned with safety-critical design and reliability to help ensure quality product development.
So, how does this event play out, exactly? There are 15 30-minute virtual sessions in total, including Q&A sessions at the end of each presentation, plus several additional Q&A sessions as part of the conference schedule.
You don’t have to attend every session. This event is designed to mix and match or streamline your learning based on your interests, whether you’re refreshing your skills or expanding on your current knowledge.
Registering for DSC 2022 is free and can be done from the comfort and privacy of your own workspace. Don’t worry: If you miss a session or two, you can stream select presentations from the site later.
During the welcome keynote, Olaf Kath and Marc Born, senior directors for Ansys R&D will share the Ansys safety product line innovation road map. You’ll hear how Ansys solutions are enabling safer aviation engineering applications — including model-based approaches to avionics systems — and supporting functional safety in autonomous vehicle, semiconductor and agricultural equipment applications, and more.
You’ll also hear from some of our customers as they present their solutions for MBSE, systems engineering, safety, embedded software, and cybersecurity, including those highlighted below:
Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to see presentations from Bosch, AutonomouStuff from Hexagon, Mercedes Benz, NXP, and others as they explain the pivotal role Ansys software played in enabling safety and security optimization of key digital systems.
Don’t miss the chance to register for the Ansys’ Digital Safety Conference (DSC) 2022 on October 18-19, where you can virtually mingle in real time with our visionary speakers and members of the Ansys product team in live Q&A sessions from the comfort of your own workspace. It’s an opportunity to learn, grow, and receive expert advice from some of the leading voices in the digital safety space.