It’s Time to Simulate Early, More, and —Especially— Now.
Broad access to simulation: it’s a matter of survival for engineering teams. SimScale is making it happen —now.
December 10, 2021
Engineers have been constrained by traditional desktop CAE tools for such a long time and to such an extent that the accessibility and wide adoption of simulation completely stalled compared to the ubiquitous use of CAD software. Access to modern engineering simulation tools in the cloud is critical because of the accessibility they offer. They are intrinsically collaborative, fairly priced, and empower engineering teams to quickly assess product performance and accelerate design iterations by leveraging the virtually limitless computational power of the cloud.
SimScale is making the wide adoption of engineering simulation tools possible by investing in a cloud-native approach. When CAE simulation tools are born in the cloud, they are inherently scalable, fast, integrated, proactive, easy to use, and cost-effective. The SimScale platform handles structural, thermal, and fluid flow analysis with high-fidelity: Engineering teams don’t have to simplify their models because of licensing, hardware, and time constraints. With SimScale they can simulate early and reduce the need for physical prototyping and costly late-stage design changes. When simulation is technically and economically accessible, introducing digital prototyping as a standard engineering tool is a reality that allows engineering teams to make design decisions quickly and with confidence.
With a simple log-in on a web browser, they can burst to the cloud, as needed. Engineers can learn the tools quickly thanks to a modern user experience and can simulate 24/7 from anywhere, without breaking the bank. They benefit from all of the technological advances and economics of the cloud, empowering their entire organization to drive change through digital design insights and accelerate the fruition of new technologies. A cloud-native approach to CAE results in engineering simulation that is accessible at every design stage, throughout the entire R&D cycle, and across an entire organization. In other words, engineering teams can simulate early, more, and now.
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