ANSYS delivers innovative, dramatic simulation technology advances in every major physics discipline. We offer the most comprehensive suite of simulation solvers in the world so that you can confidently predict your product's success. This brochure outlines the capabilities of our various products.
In the healthcare industry, patient safety, regulatory, technological, and time-to-market demands are placing an ever-increasing value on the ability to verify and validate product and process performance in advance, before creating the first physical prototype. ANSYS, setting the industry standard in CM&S (computer modeling & simulation), enables you to identify problems early in the design cycle when there is more flexibility to make changes. This helps lower the time and cost of bringing new products to market, and significantly reduces failure, failed approvals and recall risk.
A key challenge for complex semiconductor chips is to pass safety and reliability assessments for application in safety and mission-critical systems. Safety standards, such as IEC 61508, ISO 26262, ARP4761, EN 50126 and others, have identified failure mode, effects and diagnostic analysis (FMEDA) as the state-of-the-art method to assess and quantify the failure characteristics of an integrated circuit (IC).
With the advent of ISO/PAS 19451 (2016) and the corresponding ISO 26262, Part 11: “Guidelines on application of ISO 26262 to semiconductors” (2018), a detailed approach exists to perform FMEDA in the context of automobile systems.
This technical specification document details how ANSYS medini analyze can be used to meet these requirements for semiconductors.
Carry out scientifically accurate measurements. The only true way to get reliable and objective information regarding material appearance under any lighting conditions. Your provider and your customers will virtually experience the same material. The only way to guarantee you make trustworthy decisions regarding your prototype.
The Lenovo NeXtScale System addresses the increasing data and computing challenges coming along with ANSYS simulations by delivering dense performance across a variety of functions—from compute, I/O , storage, and acceleration—in more cost- and energy- efficient ways than ever before. AA
Because the world population is aging, chronic diseases are on the rise and healthcare costs are reaching unsustainable heights, it is essential to detect pathologies early. The Internet of Things (IoT) is now poised to transform the healthcare industry by providing wireless connectivity and sensing. Body-worn electronics and implanted devices, equipped with tiny sensors that continuously monitor vital parameters and securely report anomalies to appropriate physicians, will improve patients’ quality of life while delivering timely medical help.