Webinar: Taming Product Complexity with Pervasive Engineering Simulation

Manufacturing is undergoing the most fundamental transformation since the introduction of the assembly line. Trends like the Internet of Things, additive manufacturing and machine learning are merging the physical and digital worlds, resulting in products that defy imagination. But this new opportunity brings considerable complexity — complexity that can be tamed with pervasive engineering simulation. Pervasive simulation expands simulation's traditional boundaries, broadening the use of these tools upstream to product design and downstream to operations through the use of digital twins.

Join the new CEO of ANSYS, Ajei Gopal, and visionary customers Cummins, Nebia, Oticon, Metso, GE Digital as they demonstrate the power of pervasive simulation. You'll also hear directly from the ANSYS development teams that have worked tirelessly to produce the latest version of our industry-leading solutions. They'll discuss how ANSYS 18 deepens and strengthens the ANSYS engineering simulation platform — and how it supports new applications.


Webinar: The Future of Pervasive Engineering Simulation

Tuesday, January 31
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST
(8:00 - 10:00 AM PST)

Join us to learn about:

  • How you can use digital exploration to quickly evaluate changes in design, reducing development costs and preventing late-stage design changes
  • How digital prototyping enables you to provide insights into real-world product performance, test "what-if" scenarios and ensure optimal designs
  • How simulation is moving downstream of the product lifecycle through the use of digital twins to increase efficiency and to decrease unplanned downtime


Ajei Gopal
President and CEO


Andre Bakker
Senior Director
Fluids Business Unit

Dale Ostergaard
Senior Director
Mechanical Business Unit

Larry Williams
Senior Director
Electronics Business Unit


Sergey Polstyanko
Senior Director
Research and Development
Electronics Business Unit

Eric Bantegnie
Vice President and GM
Systems Business Unit