AI/ML based trimmed body NTF & global modes prediction & optimization using ODYSSEE CAE

Satven was established in the year 2000 with a singular focus & objective – to cater to the varied & complex design & engineering needs of the automotive industry. The company has today grown multifold to become one of India’s leading automotive engineering bureaus.

Skilled human resources, consistent quality, broad knowledge base, strategic partner alliances, domain & subject matter expertise, and strong customer relationships have been continuously propelling Satven’s growth into higher orbits.

Satven provides comprehensive solutions to the automotive industry that cover a wide range of engineering activities, including but not limited to Concept Design, Product Design, Value Engineering/Value Analysis (VA/VE), Dimensional Management, Sourcing, Knowledge Based Engineering (KBE), myriad non-linear and linear FEA, full vehicle crash, NVH, durability, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), and Multi-Body Dynamics (MBD).

Satven is a global organization with engineering centers in Germany (Munich) and India (Hyderabad & Chennai) in addition to offices in Detroit, Munich, Shanghai, and Hiroshima and its corporate offices in Hyderabad.

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