SIMULIA for automotive high tech

EVENT DETAILS

  • Date: October 31, 2019
  • Time: 11:00 am EST
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Modern automobiles incorporate an increasing number of advanced electronics systems which will soon become the major cost driver. Systems range from safety, engine management, on-board communication networks and multiple external communication and telemetry systems.  With the move towards autonomous vehicles, connected vehicles and 5G cellular, the complexity of systems and the amount of data managed internally and transmitted externally will increase significantly.

This webinar will highlight the challenges facing traditional vehicle designers as their products become more high tech. It will discuss simulation and platform solutions to manage the complexity as well as regulatory issues to ensure optimal design at best cost.

Examples will include low latency vehicle communication (V2X), cable harnesses, radiated emission and susceptibility, antenna co-site interference, radar and sensors.

Highlights:

  • Why new vehicles continue to incorporate more electronics and high tech systems
  • How electronics and communication systems are driving the future of the automobile
  • Why simulation is critical for the design of vehicular components and systems
  • Understand the critical connections between domains of physics to ensure optimal design

Who should attend?
Engineers at OEMs and suppliers involved in the design and test of on-board vehicle electronics and communication systems. Engineering managers and directors who wish to understand the role of simulation in ensuring correct function and regulatory compliance in an increasing complex environment.


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