Oil & Gas Consortium: How to combine "Best in Class Technology Solutions" with ANSYS
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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.
To fully understand a machine during operation requires connecting the full-featured virtual model to actual operational data from the machine; the virtual model is then called a digital twin. Simulation is a valuable tool for companies creating digital twins, as it allows them to accurately predict how the machine might perform and how changes will affect it during its lifetime. ANSYS has a full suite of tools to enable a digital twin to deliver accurate, insightful and reliable results that can have a real impact on operation — improving output, decreasing downtime and extending longevity. By understanding real-world product behavior using simulation, the next-generation product can be significantly improved while reducing its time to market.
Discover ANSYS SCADE Display and ANSYS SCADE Solutions for ARINC 661 Compliant Systems. Together, they provide a modular and flexible approach for safety-critical human-machine interface (HMI) specification and development that connects airframers and avionics providers.
Given the overwhelming demand for practical and affordable electric vehicle (EV) designs, the world’s automakers are racing to launch new EV models. Many of the engineering challenges surrounding EVs center on the electric battery and its management system. Batteries need to charge efficiently, store energy effectively and operate safely, delivering reliable performance over years of usage. Also, because the battery system brings together hardware and software, development teams have traditionally worked separately. Ansys is changing that with the industry’s only integrated simulation platform for battery design and BMS development.
Join us for this free webinar which spotlights how Ansys’ solution enables functional safety analysis for BMS designs, delivers critical software development that meets the objectives of ISO 26262 at the highest ASIL levels and provides a system-level perspective. Discover how automotive leaders are utilizing this BMS solution.
Learn how you can reduce the time and costs involved in new BMS and battery launches.
Understand new ways for increasing the accuracy and quality of your design.
Leverage expert insights for improving the performance and safety of your entire battery system.
Vehicle automation and advanced driving assistance systems are being streamlined using ANSYS SCADE capabilities.
Today’s automobiles and airplanes feature more electronic components than ever. Hundreds of connected systems enable safety-critical functions like braking, acceleration, steering, navigation and communication. Underlying all these functional systems are millions of lines of embedded software code that ensure their reliable operation under a broad range of conditions.
With human lives at stake, two engineering teams work to ensure that these mission-critical systems perform flawlessly in the field. One team works to integrate the dozens of components that are brought together in a connected system, ensuring that signals and controls are seamlessly combined in a way that optimizes not only each component but the entire electronics architecture. A second engineering team performs an equally important task – ensuring the functional safety of these components, as well as the overall system. These safety engineers look at the risks, sources and consequences of system failure, in an effort to eliminate risks and maximize resilience to the greatest extent possible.