What do airplanes, autonomous vehicles, and wearable devices have in common? All have been designed, tested, or validated using multiphysics simulation software – which is today’s ‘secret weapon’ for businesses to enhance products and speed up development while reducing costs.
Given the unprecedented times we find ourselves in, business-as-usual will likely change beyond all recognition. Many experts now believe we will see a paradigm shift in the way business is conducted including emailing, calling, and instant messaging colleagues, customers, and partners more than ever before.
The use of simulation will also likely play a far great role in business going forward. For this reason, Ansys is hosting an online conference to help engineers and business experts learn how to use simulation to rapidly adapt designs and accelerate speed-to-market.
Ansys' Simulation World conference, will advance and further strengthen knowledge and understanding of simulation technology.
Simulation World will bring together industry thought leaders from a host of leading global organizations, including HP, Intel, Microsoft, and more (full speaker list here), to participate in talks and panels that reveal how simulation is advancing industry.
With virtual theatres, an online expo to explore, and a variety of cutting-edge simulation presentations, the event will be free to attend and attendees can join as many talks as they wish. So far, with one week to go, there are more than 28,000 academics, engineers, and businesspeople registered to attend.
The event will include discussions, presentations, and keynotes from thought leaders such as:
- John Hofmeister, former president of Shell Oil and current founder and chief executive for Citizens for Affordable Energy
- Sven Smeets, Volkswagen Motorsport Director
- Mallik Tatipamula, chief technology officer, Ericsson
- Pascal Zurlinden, director of factory Motorsports. Porsche Motorsport
- Kate Russell, technology reporter, and presenter on BBC Click
- Scott Parent, chief technology officer - Digital Solutions, Baker Hughes
What are the main topics?
The online conference will focus on the following major topics:
- Autonomous technology
- 5G technology
- Digital transformation
- Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)
These tracks will have sessions designed for those new to simulation and computer-aided engineering (CAE) experts. As a result, attendees will learn about:
- The future of simulation
- How to design, deploy and operate simulation infrastructure/applications
- Ansys products, services, and solutions
Ansys' Simulation World will be held from Wednesday, June 10 to Thursday, June 11.
Registration is free, but space will be limited. For this reason, be sure to reserve your spot now.
Also, feel free to check out the event's main website for more information.
What can delegates expect from the event?
Ansys' Simulation World won't be just a bunch of webinars clumped together. While virtual, it will be like any other conference; attendees can engage in a unique experience that includes:
- Inspirational keynotes from change-making leaders
- Thought-provoking breakout sessions and experts
- Hands-on, real-time Ansys guidance from the Ask the Experts Bar
- Spontaneous group discussions in live chat rooms
- Networking opportunities with like-minded professionals
Attendees can even interact with tech partners to gain insights from tech partners that bridge the digital divide on an exhibitor floor complete with stands, videos, downloads, and prizes.
The amazing part is that everyone can attend this event from the comfort of their desktop, laptop, or smartphone. That means you don’t have to hop on a plane, book a hotel or commute in traffic.
Attendees will simply need to register, log in, and enjoy.
Who should attend?
The event is primarily aimed at inspiring and educating executives, engineers, R&D, and manufacturing professionals about the transformative powers of engineering simulation and Ansys.
But, whether you are new to simulation and computer-aided engineering (CAE) or an experienced user, you will learn something new at Simulation World.
How can I attend?
If this event sounds like something you’d be interested in attending then be sure to register to attend any of the event's scheduled talks.
A full agenda of talks will be provided soon to those who register.