Ansys: Driven by Simulation

August 17, 2023 Conrad Magalis

Join Ansys for Driven by Simulation, an exciting new video series that shows how simulation enables the rapid innovation transforming the way we move — on the street, off-road, or at the track.

Each episode celebrates breakthrough tech that’s paving the way for safer, faster, cleaner, more connected driving experiences.

Episode One - Building a Champion

The Christian Horner-led Oracle Red Bull Racing team of Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez appears poised for one of the best Formula 1 seasons on record. The team’s incredible success requires mastery of F1 race car design and engineering.

See how Oracle Red Bull Racing preps for each course using Ansys engineering simulation software to consider how variables such as the course layout, car weighting, weather conditions, air pressure, and temperature will affect their car’s performance.

Episode Two - How We’ll Move

Automated driving is more prevalent than ever thanks to the creation of an incredible network of advanced technologies, sensors, and response mechanisms.

In this episode of Driven by Sim, EasyMile and Innoviz demonstrate how they use simulation to make breakthroughs in safety technology to overcome modern mobility challenges and forever change how we move.

About the Author

Conrad Magalis

Conrad Magalis is responsible for the adoption of advanced digital engineering practices at Rand Simulation. Conrad has a broad range of experience within manufacturing and industrial industries. His acumen is focused on progressive business and engineering decisions, with practical outcomes.

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