Developing & Optimising the Next Generation of Electric Transportation Systems
Automotive, aerospace and rail manufacturers need to deliver innovative products within the confines of ever more stringent environmental regulations. As a result, the transportation is developing products that are electric driven or incorporate electronic systems that are significantly more complex and interdependent than those found in traditional means or transportation. This shift in focus brings additional challenges to engineering teams, who need to produce highly engineered, high performance and reliable products on time while dealing with these complexities.
The use of virtual design and simulation technologies have become a vital part of the development process for e-mobility solutions; enabling engineers to rapidly investigate, analyse and optimize electronic systems for weight, performance, efficiency, cost and more.
This free to attend seminar showcased how leading transportation companies from across Europe are utilising Altair’s comprehensive simulation solutions to address electromagnetic issues, solve design challenges and deliver innovative e-transportation products in reduced timescales. Attendees saw real world case studies from across the transportation sector, with presenters providing practical insight into their simulation processes to rapidly model, analyse and perform optimisation studies that account for the multi-physics nature of electronic systems.
What was expected?
- Learned the latest developments in electromagnetic simulation technology and see how they are being applied to solve challenges within the transportation industries.
- Discovered how to incorporate these electromagnetic simulation techniques into your development process to enhance your company’s ability to deliver innovative and profitable products.
- Networked with prominent individuals in the UK electronic transportation, e-mobility and electromagnetic engineering communities.
Who attended? The seminar was ideal for Engineering Managers / Directors, Project Leaders, and Electromagnetic Engineers involved in the design and development of electric transportation systems and e-powertrains.
Why they attended? It was a packed agenda of leading companies that are utilising simulation technologies to deliver innovative e-transportation products to market. Attendees gained practical insight into how these companies are tackling their engineering challenges through the deployment of electromagnetic simulation solutions.