This virtual event brings together speakers from the end-user, consultancy, and academic industries to discuss where we are and how these technologies are being used to advance significantly the engineering analysis and simulation capabilities and approaches over the next 10 years.
Month: April 2022
Revolution in Simulation (Rev-Sim) recently spoke to Prasad Mandava, Co-Founder and CEO of Visual Collaboration Technologies, (VCollab) to ask how his career began in simulation and why he chose to participate in the Revolution in Simulation. Read the interview here.
The heart of America’s automotive industry circles Detroit. The city watches as the Big Three automakers make their cars and trucks in its leafy suburbs. In between the assembly plants, every office building and industrial park seems to exist to provide a service to the auto industry. To the North, in Troy, Mich., is Visual
In order to overcome CAE reporting obstacles, VCollab provides “Digital 3D CAE Reports” with actionable simulation insights. This light-weight 3D visualization solution allows engineers to collaborate and make critical engineering decisions right from their browser. VCollab, a leader in providing actionable simulation insights, announces “VMoveADAMS” to support Adams multi body dynamic simulations in VCollab Suite
“Pain points” and “automation” are all too frequently used in the same sentence. If you are creating detailed data engineering data models, whether in CAD or simulation, the last thing you want is a pain point where information transfer hits a wall. In many companies, one of those walls lies waiting when sharing simulation results with
The Romax product suite now connects with the VCollab Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) reporting system to capture multi-physics product engineering analyses in 3D Digital Reports, helping transmission and powertrain engineering teams collaborate efficiently with any team member, supplier or customer through a web browser. Read the article here.
Less than 5 percent of the world’s mainstream specialists use SPDM solutions to manage, archive and share simulations at a time when the area has evolved into a key technology in digital product development. Simulation and analysis (S&A) are not known for its simplicity. It has traditionally been the domain of experts. The problems they