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Siemens Digital Industries Software
December 16, 2020
Your engineering team is faced with increasing complexity across several dimensions: integrating mechanical, electrical, and controls behaviors, new materials and manufacturing methods, and opportunities from cloud and IoT.
Turn this complexity into a competitive advantage.
Siemens Digital Industries Software can help you harness complexity and acceler-ate your firm’s digital transformation. The comprehensive digital twin is a key enabler for this transformation. It covers the entire product and production lifecycle. Simulation and test are the beating heart of this digital twin. Simcenter allows you to predict every aspect of product performance, which enables the digital twin to evolve throughout every challenge a product faces in its operational lifetime. A key solution within the larger Xcelerator portfolio for digitalization, Simcenter helps you:
- model the complexity to ensure decision confidence
- explore the possibilities by enabling insight earlier
- stay integrated by connecting all activities for full traceability and alignment
- achieve speed and agility through streamlined processes
- maximize return on your simulation and test investments
Siemens is a world leader in digitalization. A partnership with Siemens can help you transform your company and turn complexity into a competitive advantage. Simcenter puts the key to engineering innovation into your hand today so that you can create a better tomorrow.
“OEMs are really satisfied with the input that we deliver using Simcenter tools. Thanks to Simcenter solutions, we are able to release our new products three times faster than was previously the case.” —Denso
“But what we value the most about Siemens is that each kind of software we acquire for a specific question is part of a large suite of software that communicates very easily with each other.” —IDIADA Automotive Technology
“Thanks to the use of Simcenter solutions from Siemens Digital Industries Software, we cut costs during the development of the commercial truck by 20 million rmb.” —China FAW