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Monica Schnitger
All about the business of engineering software.
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Monica Schnitger Dec 11
Quickie: DS to acquire IQMS for SMB ER. New blog post:
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Monica Schnitger Dec 7
Bentley goes open, open source that is, for AEC digital twins. New blog post:
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Monica Schnitger Dec 4
Siemens adds to wire harness offering by acquiring COMSA & LDorado for its automotive offering. New blog post:
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
3 ways sim & test can be integrated: test WITH sim, merging worlds, is virtual sensing & updating sim with test results
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
Haven’t seen (LMS now) Simcenter Testlab in years — newest version, Neo, is modern, streamlined, intuitive, interactive ... worth a look
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
Oh - and 3: that said, some customers are doing very cool things to move to parametric design with NX, coupling 1D & 3D via Simcenter, simulating systems rather than components & replacing in-house codes with customized commercial
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
Seems to me 2. Many Siemens customers still using sim at end of design — long way to go to get to upfront. As one keynote said, “old normal”. Many opportunities to move to “new”(er) normal 2/2
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
Seems to me 1. Siemens customers only using part of overall PLM portfolio—lots of opportunity to sell more physics, optimization, oversight, test ... 1/2
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
Practical example in shoutout for HEEDS design exploration. More people need to use this type of tech!
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
Replying to @martynday
Hmm. Siemens often mentions Bentley, sometimes confusing listeners by talking about its investment in -but not acq of- Bentley
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
Not yet - but is a simulation event, not so AEC-ish
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
Leuridan shows off 1st use of Mendix that I’ve seen. Simcenter Webapp Server lets experts builds CAE models for use by others, perhaps for review or other purposes. Just released.
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
Leuridan says there are 4 main areas in which Simcenter is advancing: more physics used by more people, connecting sim & test, open/cloud/managing data & processes, accelerating CAE ROI
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
Siemens’ Jan Leuridan takes the stage to talk about closed loop performance engineering— and how this supports customers’ efforts to transform product/process innovation
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Everybody appreciates kindness, but unfortunately our modern education system, with its materialistic goals, doesn’t have much room for inner values. We need to make people more aware of such inner values on the basis of scientific findings, common sense and common experience.
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
Yet another example of Siemens using its software assets across the AG. eAircraft team uses ...
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
. points out ethical dilemma in autonomous cars: humans program the cars. Who is responsible if car makes a bad decision? Hmmm.
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
Friend & colleague keynoting at — telling us that autonomous cars are coming & soon
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
Lindblad talks about using much of Simcenter offering — such as 1D Amesim with 3D Star-CCM+ to cosimulate machine sterilization & other works in progress at Tetra Pak. Gnarly stuff!
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Monica Schnitger Dec 3
Linbdlad draws fascinating connection between butter making & rocket science — the de Laval nozzle. Innovation comes from anywhere!
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