The Future is Self-Driven
Designing autonomous vehicles for safety and reliability represents an engineering challenge without precedence.
PERVASIVE ENGINEERING SIMULATION
Today, simulation must be used daily, on every product and across the entire product lifecycle, to study and improve every aspect of performance.
SOFTWARE AND ALGORITHM DEVELOPMENT
It is impossible to program a computer to handle every possible driving scenario, so today’s autonomous driving systems feature programs that learn and think like human beings.
With the safety of a vehicle’s occupants increasingly dependent on electronics, engineering simulation is vital to avoid failure
On the Radar
Autoliv uses ANSYS electromagnetic simulation software to evaluate radar integration scenarios to pioneer reliable systems and avoid costly design revisions.
Autonomy on Roadways and Railways
Autodrive develops technology that uses plastic code markers on roads and rail tracks to precisely locate a vehicle to increase safety and traffic capacity.
A Window into Automotive Noise
At Corning, engineers combined aerodynamic and vibro-acoustic analysis in ANSYS Workbench to determine how glazing can help control interior noise.
OIL AND GAS
OIL AND GAS
Designing Modular Wellheads
Leveraging ANSYS simulation to evaluate design alternatives for a wellhead component, WEFIC reduced development time by about 80 percent.