Revolution in Simulation Gains Ground as BETA CAE Systems Joins List of Partners
BETA CAE Systems adds its name to a growing list of sponsors that now include: Akselos, ANSYS, Aras, ASSESS, Beyond CAE, EASA, ESRD, ESTECO, Front End Analytics and numerous others.
May 12, 2020
The industry collaboration and technology alliance Revolution In Simulation (Rev-Sim), created to accelerate innovation through the democratization of engineering simulation, announces BETA CAE Systems as a new participating sponsor for 2020.
“Numerical analysis of physical phenomena and engineering simulation are among the few tools we have to accelerate the evolution of products for meeting the demands of the current fast paced world, which continuously poses new challenges,” says Dr.- Ing. Sam Saltiel, chief communications officer.
Saltiel adds, “Broadening the perimeter of simulation use, and expanding its capabilities, should be among the objectives of all of us who believe that ubiquitous simulation can revolutionize the development of the products of our future. BETA CAE Systems is excited to participate in the Revolution in Simulation initiative, joining forces with other solution providers and engineering specialists in the domain, and contributing to meeting our common objectives.”
BETA CAE Systems adds its name to a growing list of sponsors that now include: Akselos, ANSYS, Aras, ASSESS, Beyond CAE, EASA, ESRD, ESTECO, Front End Analytics, Kinetic Vision, Modelon, NAFEMS, nTopology, Ohio Supercomputer Center, OnScale, PASS, PLM Alliances, Pointwise, UberCloud and VCollab. These organizations are aiming to make engineering simulation more accessible, efficient, reliable and impactful not just for CAE experts but also for others in the enterprise.
“Each of our sponsors are working to advance and expand the use and value of engineering simulation software within their market spaces,” says Rev-Sim co-founder, Rich McFall. “We are excited to have BETA join other participants who are demonstrating their revolutionary thought and product leadership by openly sharing their simulation expertise and resources in a collaborative alliance that benefits all industrial users of engineering simulation technologies.”
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.