Strategies for Accelerating the Move to Simulation-Led, Systems-Driven Engineering

Now available on-demand; originally aired on October 26, 2016

Systems modeling, “systems thinking” and systems-driven engineering are topics often discussed by professionals engaged in the engineering of discretely manufactured products. But how many engineering organizations have succeeded in implementing a consistent, sustained culture of simulation-led engineering practices, grounded in system-level physical modeling and simulation software technology? And how were they able to accomplish it?

To determine the answer, Ora Research investigated strategies for accelerating the move to a simulation-led, systems-driven engineering practice. The investigation was conducted by interviewing expert practitioners and engineering management at leading manufacturers of off-highway equipment and mining machinery. This webinar will present key findings of this research, including:

  • Key technological, business and competitive factors driving adoption of systems-modeling software and methods at current levels.
  • Issues interviewees identified as the chief constraints on adoption at present.
  • Strategies and best practices to accelerate adoption, usage and institutionalization of systems-modeling tools and methods.
Presenter
Bruce Jenkins
President
Ora Research
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Presenter
Paul Goossens
Vice President, Engineering Solutions
Maplesoft
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Presenter
John J. Kosowatz
Senior Editor
ASME.org
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