Using simulation to chart the shortest, most efficient path to viable electric, connected, autonomous vehicles ECAV
Global demand is mounting for a safe, more efficient, and more environmentally friendly alternative to traditional gas-fueled vehicles. Entrepreneurs and major manufacturers are racing to meet this demand. The emerging consensus is that Electric, Connected, and Autonomous Vehicles (ECAV) will be the answer. However, designers and engineers must simultaneously resolve many challenges in order to bring viable solutions to market. Moreover, they must do so quickly.
Although autonomous vehicle development poses different challenges, they demand a similarly holistic approach if speedy resolutions to design challenges are to be achieved. For example, how do you measure – and resolve – the effect of different types of particles in different road and weather conditions on the ADAS sensors that make autonomy possible? The answer is simulation.
Moreover, the integration of various simulation disciplines on the 3DEXPERIENCE® platform allows for the development of an authentic 3DEXPERIENCE twin. Consequently, this virtual replica of a complex system enables rapid and adaptable assessment and optimization of performance.
Digital simulation enables engineers to navigate the full range of solution possibilities associate with key ECAV challenges. Such as, test hypotheses, and rapidly refine designs for optimal outcomes:
- Lower Costs
- Faster Development
- Faster to Market
- Increased Safety
- Reliable Vehicles
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Why Simulation is Critical to Success in Developing Autonomous Systems
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