Revolution In Simulation (Rev-Sim), the industry collaboration and technology alliance created to accelerate innovation through the democratization of engineering simulation, announces the addition of digital thread and simulation process and data management (SPDM) to its growing line-up of next-generation simulation topics.
Simulation data, tools and experts are often isolated within silos in enterprises. This results in a lack of access to this valuable data in a timely manner across the enterprise. Over the next decade, many companies will want to better leverage their simulation investments by deploying SPDM tools to manage their simulation data and processes across the enterprise. To avoid creating yet another silo, the goal is to integrate SPDM seamlessly with the enterprise product platforms that manage their Digital Threads. This new Rev-Sim topic will collate all the resources and success stories needed to implement this strategy.
“For simulation to have its desired and timely impact on the product development process, SPDM needs to be seamlessly integrated into the enterprise platform, where the Digital Thread is maintained,” explained Rev-Sim co-founder and Aras VP of Analysis Solutions Malcolm Panthaki. “This allows simulation data and processes to be packaged for use by the rest of the enterprise, linked to product requirements, system architecture specs, and physical test data. This is an exciting new topic area on the Revolution in Simulation online resource community.”
Join the Simulation Revolution
Existing and new industry users of simulation technologies are invited to explore Rev-Sim resources and submit questions to the panel of subject matter experts and topic moderators at www.rev-sim.org. Solution providers are invited to join the revolution as a sponsor. To learn more visit www.rev-sim.org/revsim-sponsors.
About Rev-Sim, LLC
Advanced simulation should be safely accessible and affordable for everyone – not just the specialists. Democratized simulation makes analysis more powerful and capable for CAE experts while accessible, safe and reliable for non-experts. RevolutionInSimulation.Org is an open and free web-based platform containing the largest repository of information related to a movement gaining momentum throughout the simulation world – the Democratization of Simulation. Here, in one location, visitors can find and access the latest news, articles, white papers, presentations, videos, webinars, case studies and reference materials. They will also have access to industry experts, organizations, and service and software providers who can help leverage the revolution in simulation and maximize the return on simulation investments.