Business ServicesApril 19, 2019

How to Model & Simulate Dynamic Vehicle Systems in Record Time: Find Out in a Free Webinar on April 24th

Are you a key member of a next-generation vehicle program? Do you…
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Are you a key member of a next-generation vehicle program? Do you want to learn more about how to model a multi-disciplinary virtual prototype? If so, please join us for a webinar on “How to Model & Simulate Dynamic Vehicle Systems in Record Time,” April 24th  

The era of autonomous connected systems mandates the need for model-based systems engineering (MBSE) from the get-go. New types of sensors, complex control algorithms and the integration of multiple on- and off-board systems are the drivers of autonomous capabilities.

What if engineers from all disciplines could work together on a multi-disciplinary virtual prototype and were able to simulate exactly how the product works before ever building or manufacturing a physical prototype?

Dassault Systèmes is pleased to invite you to a live webinar on Wednesday, April 24th, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. EST (register here) that will explore the concepts of Dynamic Vehicle Systems Modeling as a competitive advantage when developing today’s smart, safe and connected vehicles.

Ramesh Haldorai from Dassault Systèmes will discuss this topic with Mike Dempsey, managing director of Claytex, UK. Mike has worked on dynamic vehicle system modeling since 1998 and is considered a renowned expert on the topic. He will share with us the power of MBSE as applied to dynamic systems and share his experience working with the automotive companies.

Guest speaker: Mike Dempsey, founder and managing director of Claytex Services Limited.

Topics to be discussed:

  • Dymola® dynamic modeling capabilities
  • VeSyMA® libraries for the Automotive Industry
  • How to leverage legacy models with FMI®

Join the discussion by registering now!

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