Digitalization: Best Practices For Designing Smart, Connected Products And Driving Business Outcomes

How to combine extreme innovation with product reliability, speed to market and profitability via cost control.

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Today’s product designs contain more functionality per square inch than ever before. We’ve all been impacted by the growth of smartphones and other consumer products, but digitalization has impacted every industry, from manufacturing and transportation to health care. Even traditional products are being reimagined with new smart capabilities. In the current fast-paced, highly competitive global marketplace, engineers in every industry are challenged to produce new functionality and extreme innovations, faster than ever. Yet they are also charged with reducing product size and weight, optimizing energy efficiency and delivering a host of other performance benefits. Many engineers are designing products for mission-critical applications or extreme operating conditions, which means they can’t afford to overlook safety or reliability concerns. In this complex design environment, only engineering simulation enables product developers to visualize every aspect of performance, understand the trade-offs they are making, and arrive at design decisions that combine innovation with cost control, reliability and reduced time to market.

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