Today’s automotive systems are more complex, smarter and more autonomous than ever before, featuring functionality that no one could have imagined 10 years ago. Advanced sensors and electronics control everything from a vehicle’s speed and position to its entertainment and communications technologies. Radar, cameras and other sophisticated electronics are increasingly being incorporated into consumer vehicles.
In fact, today, more than 60 percent of a car’s cost comes from its advanced electronics and software systems. Since many of the functions guided by electronic systems are mission-critical, it’s essential that all automotive systems work together with complete reliability. The tens of millions of lines of software code that control these systems must be flawless. Continue reading →
Vehicle electrification, renewable energy, and power delivery applications continue to be major trends driving innovations in the industrial, automotive and aerospace sectors. “Good old designs” of power systems and electrical machines using a build-and-test methodology are out of date. Products using the old approach are filled with inefficiencies, are over-designed, and do not include electronic controls. These applications such as automotive electrification, automotive infotainment, and power electronics across many industries are driving the need for new ways of thinking and new design flows. ANSYS 16.0 delivers! Continue reading →