Chloe Dasse

About Chloe Dasse

Chloe Dasse is the E-Training Manager and the Academic Program Manager of the System Business Unit of ANSYS. She focuses on the SCADE® products family - SCADE Suite®, SCADE Display®, SCADE System® and SCADE LifeCycle® - and on the ANSYS Simplorer® product. She implements the e-learning strategy for ANSYS embedded systems customers and partners. Chloe also creates synergies between ANSYS customers' training and the SCADE Academic Program. She is in permanent contact with worldwide academic entities to foster the community around the embedded systems products of ANSYS.

Ensuring Safety on the Rails

scade academicThe tragic derailing of an Amtrak train near Philadelphia points out just one of the challenges facing the modern railroad industry — safety. The industry also must contend with rising energy costs, fast growth of capacity requirements in emerging markets, increasing certification costs and interoperability requirements. Continue reading

Bringing Systems Engineering to Universities

systems engineering academic blogWith the increase of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs, or drones) in the skies, the rapid rise of robotics, and the development of embedded technologies and autonomous smart systems for the Internet of Things, small teams of engineers face bigger and bigger challenges. While it was once enough to be an expert in a single type of physics, these complex, interacting systems require modern engineers to have more knowledge of multiphysics, model-based systems engineering and embedded software than their predecessors.

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Embedded Systems and Highly-Skilled Engineers

Take five minutes and think about what you did today and you’ll see that embedded systems are everywhere. Let me show you what I mean.

SCADE Solutions for Academics - embedded systemsYou woke up, turned on your coffee machine, and got ready for work. Then maybe you took your car, the metro, the train or possibly the plane. Arrived at the office. Now you are using your computer, whose energy comes from maybe nuclear, solar or hydraulic resources. You are sitting on your chair in front of your desk, both transported to your country by ship. And if you look up through the window, for sure there is one satellite screening your area at the moment. Do you know that all these devices, from your coffee machine, to your car, the electrical plants and satellites, function thanks to the embedded code that defines their actions? Continue reading