Siemens Offers Free Simcenter Testlab Neo Trial
Company invites interested users to explore its multidomain acquisition and processing platform with a 30-day free trial.
July 7, 2023
Siemens is calling all test enthusiasts to consider its offer: 30 days of free access to Simcenter Testlab Neo. Simcenter Testlab Neo is a next-generation software platform for multidisciplinary test-based performance engineering. Whether a beginner or an expert, this trial will show users how to increase productivity and get more insight on the noise vibration harshness behavior of the tested vehicle. It allows engineers to perform data visualization and data processing, and to get insights using a real-life NVH case.
It includes access to fully licensed software, sample data, and a guided tutorial. You can launch the trial in your browser in just minutes without requiring any installation.
Siemens prepared a step-by-step tutorial. More specifically, this tutorial will walk users through data visualization of the measured data using the pivot table, data processing via a pre-defined process, and modifying the process to get better insights from the collected data.
How to Access Your Free Trial
Sign up for an account, or sign in with your Google or LinkedIn account.
Launch the virtual desktop—you will receive an email when your lab is ready.
Siemens will be launching the tutorial as well as Simcenter Testlab Neo with the data loaded, for users to immediately start exploring.
For the optimal experience, Siemens suggests using two screens, while placing the tutorial and the Simcenter Testlab Neo software on separate monitors.
From your first session, your online trial access will continue for 30 days. You can start discovering Testlab Neo, take a break, and resume your work within those 30 days.
Accessing this trial is straightforward, as there are no extensive downloads or time-consuming installations required. You get instant access via your web browser, at any time and from any location, for a duration of 30 days.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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