Unified Modeling And Simulation (MODSIM) For Sustainable Product Development

Companies in all sectors must address the need for greater sustainability to meet customer demands.

MODSIM Insights from World's Leading Organizations

Sustainability is one of every industry's strongest business drivers. Products are getting more complex, requiring more testing and validation during development. At the same time, the need to eliminate waste, reduce emissions and innovate more efficiently is an urgent priority.

Across all industries, leading organizations are already demonstrating how unifying modeling and simulation (MODSIM) creates the basis to reach those goals. Download this ebook to learn how leading organizations empower their designers and product developers to validate requirements in the early stages of concept design while putting sustainability at the center of their work.

Read this ebook to understand the views of domain experts and industry thought leaders about MODSIM, the key enabler to achieving:

  • Sustainability goals without compromising performance or user experience
  • Collaboration with a data science approach to create a more efficient, connected, and coherent workforce for the future
  • Significant improvement in product efficiencies of up to 40%, dramatically reduced development times from months to weeks, weight savings of up to 20% and the capex cost of up to 8%

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