Evolution of unified modeling & simulation across engineering departments and it's benefits
Consumer demands are driving smart, connected and autonomous technologies that are accelerating the digital revolution. There exists an enormous challenge for engineering departments (electrical, electronic, controls, thermal, hydraulics, etc.) to work together to provide the optimal customer experience. Unified Modeling and Simulation technology from Dassault Systèmes brings these groups together to ensure collaboration and provide an environment for sustainable innovation.
Download this whitepaper by Frank W Popielas, Managing Partner and Co-founder of SMS_ThinkTank, and Edward A. Ladzinski, CEO and Co-founder of SMS_ThinkTank. It introduces the unified Modeling and Simulation (MODSIM) technology and provides a detailed explanation of what MODSIM is, how the technology has evolved and what are some of the benefits customers using this technology have experienced. It also explains what is Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) and how the combined power of MODSIM and MBSE could be the future of engineering.
Frank Popielas, Managing Partner and Co-Founder of SMS_ThinkTank™
Frank Popielas has over 20 years of global experience in engineering and R&D product and materials development, IP management, as well as testing, with a specific focus on the development and application of simulation tools, and the establishment of the required supporting infrastructure at Dana Holding Corporation. He is the founding chairman of the joint Systems Modeling and Simulation Working Group (SMSWG) between NAFEMS and INCOSE in 2013 and continues his leading role in the SMSWG as Co-chair since August 2016. He was awarded 35 granted patents. He has over 30 publications on virtual engineering to his credit.
Edward A. Ladzinski, CEO and Co-Founder of SMS_ThinkTank™
Edward Ladzinski is CEO and Co-Founder of SMS_ThinkTank™. He began his career as a Manufacturing Engineer, NC Programmer and Tool Designer with Burroughs Corp. (now Unisys Corp.). In 1978, he joined IBM in the Kingston, NY laboratory as a Research & Development Engineer. During his 32-year career with IBM, Mr. Ladzinski worked in many different positions within engineering including research, product design and development and analysis and simulation. Immediately upon retirement Mr. Ladzinski joined Dassault Systems. While at Dassault Systemes he served as the Systems Engineering leader for the Americas. In 2014, he left Dassault Systemes and formed his own company dedicated solely to systems engineering.