Candidates that have spent significant time in product development (whether design, simulation, physical validation or a combination thereof) bring a wealth of knowledge to a simulation team.
While having standard work procedures for all simulations would be the ideal scenario, every company’s product development cycle and product portfolio has a high degree of variability.
To be best-in-class for product development, a company needs to keep challenging themselves, their staff, and their product to grow and remain competitive. Relying too extensively on tribal knowledge
Is your company already using simulation software to reduce the cost of product development? Are you developing a business case recommending simulation software?
Manufacturers of all sizes are looking to reduce costs and time to market. Simulating designs in a virtual environment instead physical testing delivers both.
You have been tasked with developing a new product. It is a clean-sheet design with a reasonably large budget and enough resources to launch a robust, best-in-class product.
Rand Simulation will be discusses simulation’s impact on a company with particular emphasis on driving business value through its adoption. We will cover an initial discussion on what simulation is, h
Rand Simulation will be discussing simulation’s impact on a company with particular emphasis on driving business value through its adoption.
Your design engineering and simulation team have an iterative design process in place, but how do you ensure that same robust relationship with your physical testing and simulation teams?
A discussion of where simulation can reside in the product development cycle as well as the engineering input it provides into the product design, release, and launch processes.
How does a startup or small company achieve this end goal of having a world-class R&D department which can leverage simulation to complement physical testing?
Despite common perceptions, simulations provide more value than just engineering insight. It can tell a story about your product while increasing brand perception, mitigating bias, and building trust.
Simulation doesn’t just focus on robust product development. It cascades monetary savings throughout the product development pipeline.
Learn about when and why you would choose a steady state or transient simulation.