A roundup of news items featuring simulation.
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This eBook by Aberdeen Group illustrates that Best-in-Class companies approach development in a holistic manner, ultimately leading to a product that meets its intentions, quality, and revenue targets.
In 2017, Synopsys® and ANSYS partnered to take the best of ANSYS’ power integrity and reliability offerings and create an integrated flow with Synopsys implementation to drive robust semiconductor design optimization. Following the release of RedHawk Analysis Fusion by Synopsys in 2018, customers have shared positive feedback on productivity and design quality impact that have helped drive further innovations on this platform. We sat down with John Lee, vice president and general manager of the semiconductors division at ANSYS, and Jacob Avidan, senior vice president of signoff products at Synopsys, to get their views on the results of this collaboration and how the ANSYS–Synopsys collaboration helps address the challenges of emerging technologies.
It costs hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars to launch a satellite into a geosynchronous orbit where it hovers above a point on earth for observation or communications. Now, World View’s balloon-borne Stratollite vehicles can carry large payloads to altitudes up to 95,000 feet and park them there for weeks or months at a cost orders of magnitude less than a satellite or other comparable technologies. World View engineers saved an estimated eight months and about $600,000 by using ANSYS simulation software to determine the right design before building and testing a prototype.
Microsatellites represent a new opportunity to provide connectivity for the Internet of Things, as well as capture images and data from space, at a relatively low cost — but the challenge is getting them into orbit in a timely and cost-effective manner. By making satellite launches both routine and affordable, startup Vector is opening up the “space race” to a new generation of small and midsized businesses that can deploy entire swarms of tiny satellites. With its risk-taking engineering strategy, Vector is poised to disrupt the satellite industry, one launch at a time.
All around us connected devices are proliferating. New, innovative products are emerging almost daily, and familiar products are benefiting from newer, smarter functionality. These developments come with the promise of making us healthier and safer, as well as more efficient, innovative, competitive and profitable. The Internet of Things, or IoT, which holds great potential, also presents new challenges to the engineers tasked with building the devices. These challenges include antenna design, embedded software development, power management and a host of other potential issues that can be addressed through engineering simulation. In this paper, we will identify the most critical challenges and describe a platform solution, supported by robust applications, that can help you engineer the best possible IoT products.
As worldwide demand for electricity grows, engineers are faced with the challenge of increasing the efficiency of every product and process along the energy value chain, from generation to consumption. Because engineered electrical system initiatives are breaking new ground, simulation enables companies to explore extremely innovative product concepts in a risk-free, low-cost virtual design space. This white paper details how simulation is accelerating innovation while minimizing investments for new product development, product improvement, manufacturing and operations.