Modelon will exhibit and present at the International CAE Conference and Exhibition taking place November 17-19, 2021 in Vicenza, Italy. This hybrid event will focus on the trends, technologies, issues, and how-to’s of sustainable and successful digital transformation and the key role that engineering simulation has to play in achieving the desired outcome.
Keynote Speaker Session Information:
Friday, November 19, 2021, at 9:30 AM CEST: Decarbonization Through System Simulation with Hubertus Tummescheit
Keynote Speaker: Hubertus Tummescheit, Modelon Chief Solution Officer
The urgent trend to decarbonize our consumption of energy will require rapid and sustained innovation across all industries. It also leads to tighter integration and more system-level dependencies across formerly separate industries: electric cars serving as batteries for the power grid, green hydrogen, produced from renewable energy to power aircraft, and green ammonia as fuel for the shipping industry are examples of tighter integration between industries, and also the growing importance of system thinking. System simulation is necessary to support the digitalization of the design and innovation processes that will help us to achieve the necessary efficiency and speed of innovation.
In addition, the tight integration between processes makes it more important to add operational optimization of these systems to the tasks that the engineering community will have to solve. This new world of high integration and quick innovation requires more from the next generation of CAE tools: seamless collaboration between people and easy integration between tools become ever more important. Open standards and emerging cloud-native web-based tools supply the technology foundation to collaborate between teams, and between OEMs and suppliers. Engineering Digital Twins are where traditional CAE-simulation combines with web technologies to create new business models, through operational optimization, predictive maintenance, or other insights into the actual usage of technical systems. Digital twins give us engineers a new way to close the loop between the actual usage of our products, and the next generation of them.
We will show how system simulation and optimization can be used to support innovation for decarbonization and present concrete examples from the automotive, aerospace, and energy industries. The examples will also show how simulation for engineering design leads to more value when it is reused in engineering digital twins. Join our presentation to learn more.
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