Revolution in Simulation Expands its Mission

Industry organization will cover deep learning, additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence and more.

Industry organization will cover deep learning, additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence and more.

Revolution in Simulation (Rev-Sim), an industry organization focused on accelerating the use of advanced engineering simulation software and approaches, is broadening its coverage. The Rev-Sim website ( now includes topics and resources covering a broad range of cutting-edge simulation technologies, the group says.

In addition to its past topics, Rev-Sim has expanded its coverage to include many cutting-edge technologies including Deep Learning for Simulation, Additive Manufacturing, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and more. According to the group, this expanded focus has opened the door to new global partnerships and alliances. Along with software and services providers, Rev-Sim continues to collaborate with leading organizations such as NAFEMS, and has recently announced partnerships with CIMdata, and Digital Engineering 24/7.

Co-Founder and Managing Director, Malcolm Panthaki, explained that Rev-Sim is responding to the industry’s growing demand for innovative current and next generation leading simulation technologies.

“As organizations expand into new strategic areas and approaches, they have identified an urgent need to investigate and invest in a broader range of cutting-edge engineering simulation technologies,” he said. “Leading manufacturers and product development organizations understand that as simulation technologies are constantly evolving, they must have the option to leverage them to optimize current and future investments. Rather than search in piecemeal form on the web, Rev-Sim makes this information available at no cost to the simulation community in one central, interactive, and continually updated location.”

Simulation Topic Areas and Resources

In addition to Deep Learning for Simulation, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Additive Manufacturing, the Rev-Sim list of topics includes Digital Thread & SPDM, Democratizing Simulation, CAE Insights & Collaboration, Digital Twins, Democratizing Simulation, HPC/Cloud Computing, Generative Design, Multiphysics Simulation, Multidisciplinary Design Optimization, Simulation Apps, Simulation Automation, System Simulation, Simulation Governance, and Business Practices & ROI.           

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