Over the past 20 years, simulation has provided invaluable insights leading to tremendous advances in almost every industry. However, there is always room for progress. We face many complex issues, including electrification, sustainability, circular economy, and resource limitations. These hurdles will not be solved by incrementally improving today's typical engineering processes, we need innovative solutions outside the known perimeters.
For innovation to thrive and for companies to transform, the people, their knowledge, contributions, ideas, and know-how have to come together at the right time with the right tools. Transformation requires change.
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