Accelerating Electric Vehicle Development with Multidisciplinary Simulation and High-Performance Computing

Learn how a unified approach to design and multidisciplinary simulation combined with HPC can accelerate electric vehicle design.

Designing and developing new automobiles has traditionally been a years-long, complex process. However, global demand for electric vehicles (EV) is rapidly increasing – according to some estimates, the number of EVs sold could double over the next several years.

Due to market requirements of delivering new EVs faster while meeting consumer demands, design, engineering, and manufacturing teams need to transform their development workflows. However, they are often faced with using legacy and disconnected development tools and processes.

Download this new guide, where we outline how a unified approach to design and multidisciplinary simulation from Dassault Systèmes, combined with high-performance computing powered by AMD EPYC™ processors, can help product development teams collaborate on accelerating EV development to meet demands for performance, efficiency and sustainability.

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