What automotive managers and engineers need to know about the transformation to Smart Engineering
“Smart Engineering” using physics-based digital process twins focuses on the prediction of production operations and the creation of robust production processes.
This webinar will focus on how to achieve “Smart Engineering” with today’s use of process simulation as a starting point. We will explain how smart engineering is different from today’s conventional engineering and show that “Smart Engineering” requires only a few additional steps.
The role of software systems engineering in this process will also be discussed.
Please register here!
Registration November 16, Session: 9:00* (Duration approx. 1 hour)
Registration November 16, Session: 16:00* (Duration approx. 1 hour)
*Central European Time (GMT +1:00)
Content of this webinar:
- Smart engineering being a key enabler of smart production
- The role of physics-driven digital process twins
- How to consistently build physics-driven digital twins via software systems connecting organizations
- Transformation benefits
Who should join:
Automotive managers and decision makers responsible for stamping and BiW engineering, tryout and production operations looking for practical information to support their digitalization and Industry 4.0 implementation efforts.
We offer two identical sessions on November 16, 2022.
(left) Intaek Lee, Product Manager
(right) Jochen Hambrecht, Senior Business Consultant
Each of our experts, Jochen and Intaek are open to inquiries on their LinkedIn accounts.