Revolution in Simulation Initiative Continues to Expand

Siemens joins growing alliance of sponsors.

Siemens joins growing alliance of sponsors.

Revolution in Simulation was created to boost innovation through the democratization of engineering simulation, announces Siemens Digital Industries Software as a new participating sponsor and collaborator. 

“Engineering teams are faced with many challenges in bringing innovations to market faster, including engineering trade-offs that may seem impossible to navigate. How do you make your product more powerful yet consume less energy? Make it thinner, yet cooler. Faster, yet quieter,” Jean-Claude Ercolanelli, senior vice president of Simulation and Test Solutions explained.

“We believe that the accessible and comprehensive digital twin is critical to the future of engineering innovation and that simulation and test are the beating heart of the digital twin,” Ercolanelli says. “Given the importance of simulation to the digital transformation of organizations, we are excited to be a member of the Rev Sim community, a unique platform where simulation engineers can openly share, collaborate and exchange ideas for innovation.” 

Siemens adds its name to a steadily increasing list of participating sponsors that now includes Aras, ASSESS, BETA CAE, Dassault SolidWorks, EASA, ESRD, Front End Analytics, Future Facilities, Hexagon/MSC, Kinetic Vision, Modelon, NAFEMS, nTopology, Ohio Supercomputer Center, OnScale, PASS Suite, Phoenix Integration, Pointwise, UberCloud and VCollab. 

Each of these simulation leaders are providing expert leadership in the movement to make engineering simulation software more accessible, efficient, reliable and impactful not just for CAE experts but also for others across the enterprise—referred to as the democratization of simulation.

“Each of our sponsors are working to advance and expand the use and value of engineering simulation software by innovating within their market spaces,” Rev-Sim Director of Partnerships Mike Nieburg says. 

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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