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Ansys to showcase predictive simulation insights for sustainable mobility at CES 2023

During CES 2023, Ansys will showcase how its comprehensive simulation solutions are accelerating a connected, autonomous, shared, and electric future for the mobility industry. Alongside customers and partners, Ansys will present initiatives in electrification and autonomy.

From startups to industry giants, Ansys provides partners and companies with the simulation expertise, global scale, and open ecosystem to efficiently deliver on mobility initiatives. Engineering teams around the world turn to Ansys simulation solutions to transform new ideas into realities. At the ZF Group (ZF), for example, engineers are relying on Ansys to streamline and speed up the development, virtual prototyping, verification, and safety validation of sustainable mobility solutions. 

“Simulation is among the core elements of digital transformation needed to revolutionize our product development,” said Helmut Schmid, manager simulation e-motor, advanced engineering at the ZF Group. “Ansys solutions deliver on the promise of shorter development cycles and less prototyping, ultimately enabling us to pass on lower costs to our customers and keep us on the road to net zero. We value our ongoing collaboration with Ansys, and the joint efforts made in digitalizing our R&D processes to help steer our mobility solutions in new directions.” 

With Ansys, engineers can gain valuable insight into how products will work without physical prototypes – conserving resources and lowering emissions.

Ansys’ booth at CES will provide attendees with examples of ongoing collaborations that are shaping the mobility industry. Highlights from Ansys and partner booths include:

  • Autotalks: Spotlight on Autotalk’s V2X (Vehicle to Everything) ZooZ device, on display in the booth, which helps enable micro-mobility, such as Bianchi’s e-bike, to communicate with V2X-equipped vehicles and infrastructure in an aim to reduce accidents and protect those that are most vulnerable on the road.  LVCC – Ansys Booth 4401
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS): Information on how Ansys Gateway powered by AWS allows easy access and deployment of Ansys simulations for the automotive industry on AWS. LVCC – AWS Booth 4001, Friday, Jan. 6 at 10 a.m.
  • Bianchi: Exhibit of E-Omnia electric bike, developed using Ansys simulation for virtual prototyping. LVCC – Ansys Booth 4401
  • Microsoft: Insight into an autonomous vehicle development workflow in conjunction with National Instruments and Microsoft, highlighting Microsoft and Ansys’ strategic partnership, focused in part on autonomous vehicle development on Azure. LVCC – Microsoft Booth 6017
  • Praan: Integration of Praan’s HIVE, created using Ansys simulation solutions to understand fan requirements and develop specifications, purifying air in the meeting and hospitality rooms. LVCC – Ansys Booth 4401
  • Turntide: Display on the company’s batteries and inverters, designed and tested with the help of Ansys simulation. LVCC – Ansys Booth 4401

“With the power of simulation, our customers speed time to market, ensure resources are used efficiently, reduce product footprints, and save costs. By taking a leap of certainty with the Ansys simulation ecosystem, mobility companies can grasp the incredible opportunities in front of them,” said Walt Hearn, vice president of worldwide sales and customer excellence at Ansys. “Advancements in technology and consumer expectations are setting new standards for mobility, and we look forward to showcasing our industry-leading solutions alongside our customers and partners at CES.”

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