We are witnessing the largest technology transformation in history. With the accelerating pace of innovation and the mobility revolution of CASE (connected, autonomous, shared, electric), the need to exponentially innovate to engineer what’s ahead has never been more vital. There are critical challenges associated with making this revolution a reality.
Join Automotive IQ and Ansys as we discuss these challenges and the available solutions using powerful and accurate simulation tools.
During this online event, hear from leading automotive organizations and industry experts on topics such as:
Electrification: The biggest challenges are cost, range anxiety, performance and safety. Hear how the use of simulation applied to these four critical technology areas mean better battery systems, power electronics and motors, and a way to design an integrated, more efficient electric powertrain system.
ADAS and autonomous vehicles: How do you ensure and prove vehicle safety? It is not possible to physically drive the number of miles needed to ensure road safety – simulation is the only way, using a safety by design and validation approach.
Accurate and fast simulation tools support system definition, hardware development, system validation and software development – the key engineering challenges engineers face when ensuring road safety.
Connectivity: Discover how simulation can integrate at each level of connectivity and provide a better understanding of connectivity in electrically large environments. Including; better chip design and analysis, antenna design and integration, and communication analysis; improved signal power and optical integrity; and an increased understanding of RFI, EMI and EMC radiated susceptibility.
Attend this event to:
Introductory remarks – Welcome to Simulating the Mobility Experience of the Future
13:00 – 13:20 CET – Dr. Prith Banerjee, CTO at Ansys
Session One – Opening Keynote Session – Pushing the Boundaries of Simulation
13:20 – 13:55 CET – Zoe Chilton, Head of Technical Partnerships at Red Bull Technology
Session Two – Achieving Assured Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
14:00 – 14:45 CET – Geoff Davis, CSO at HORIBA
Session Three – CAD EMC Simulations: The new frontier for reducing engineering developing times in the e-mobility industry
15:00 – 15:45 CET – Antonio Camarda, EMC Simulation Engineer at Meta System
Session Four – Four Pillars of Electrification
16:00–16:45 CET Larry Williams, Distinguished Engineer at Ansys
Closing remarks – Lessons from Simulating the Mobility Experience of the Future
16:45–16:50 CET Dr. Prith Banerjee, CTO at Ansys