Join this event replay to get key insights on how to enable remote-office collaborative engineering, accelerate affordable virtual simulation & testing and ramp up production safely with higher agility.
The automotive & transportation industry has honed its processes over more than 100 years to become ultra-lean and ‘just in time’. Their systems may be highly optimized, but today they need to answer ever-changing customer, business, and environmental pressures and disruptions.
To be resilient today, the industry needs to be adaptable and flexible, not only in what it makes but also how products are made, designed, and engineered.
Harnessing virtualization technology offers companies the flexibility and adaptability to face these challenges head-on and naturally be more resilient.
Product engineering once done in design offices with stationary computers can now be done on your laptop anywhere you have an internet connection.
Testing and validation that used to require expensive wind tunnels and testing labs can now be done virtually with high accuracy and performed more quickly covering many more real-life situations.
Production ramp-up requires advanced planning and scheduling that could include a complete realignment of your supply chain.
Reorganizing your shop floor to establish workers’ social distancing can be done without compromising ergonomics or productivity. Virtualization technologies can accelerate your production ramp-up, fortify supply chain logistics, and enable the re-positioning of workers and their machines on the shop floor as needed, which can be done from the comfort of the manufacturing engineer's location, wherever that may be.