Discover how simulation software solves engineering challenges, empowering Ansys customers and sponsors to take a Leap of Certainty.
Together, Ansys and Porsche Motorsport are leading the field in the race to next-generation e-mobility. As Porsche’s Official Technology Partner for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team, Ansys is powering the design of the automaker’s first-ever, fully electric race car — the Porsche 99X Electric.
Innoviz Technologies harnesses the power of Ansys simulation solutions to drive the technology behind their unique automotive-grade lidar sensor and achieve autonomy for their customers. As a result, product development time has decreased by two full design cycles over one and a half years, and costs have been reduced.
Through a sponsorship with Air Race E, Ansys technologies will help accelerate the design of innovative all-electric race planes competing in the Air Race E World Championship, a series of international air racing competitions that are spurring the future technology developments needed to drive more sustainable aviation.
Today’s students are tomorrow’s engineers, researchers and entrepreneurs. Ansys is committed to academia and provides engineering simulation software for university-based student teams participating in competitions such as Formula SAE (FSAE), Solar Challenge, Electronic Design Competition, Solar Splash, SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Design, Racing Aeolus, Human Powered Vehicle Challenge (HPVC) and many more.
Delivering on the promise of autonomous vehicles worldwide, EasyMile is transforming the way we think about transportation. Together with Ansys and CADFEM France, EasyMile is meeting the challenge of demonstrating the safety of these public and private autonomous vehicles, while significantly shortening development cycles, speeding time to market, and reducing operational costs.
From the smallest units in chip development to the largest components in the full assembly of hard drives, Seagate implements Ansys’ multiphysics simulation throughout product innovation. Incorporating simulation into technology and business strategies reduces the need for late-stage redesigns, saving Seagate considerable time and cost.