The demand for software tools for Engineering Simulation* are exploding to support the demand for increased competitiveness and to deal with the rapidly growing complexity of products, processes, and systems. At the same time, we are struggling to keep up with our current demand for experts who are able to use these tools effectively. Since these sophisticated tools are extremely complex and limited to use by highly specialized experts, the actual growth in usage and benefit of these technologies is directly related to the available expertise. This has resulted in an inability to meet the rapidly growing demand for a higher reliance on more realistic virtual Engineering Simulations.
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The ASSESS 2019 Congress will be held October 27-29, 2019 at the Chateau Elan Winery & Resort in Braselton, GA.
Hartmann’s keynote presentation’s title is “Multidisciplinary Integration Towards the Digital Twin.”
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Join thought leaders at the ASSESS Congress to advance a multi-industry initiative to expand and improve the use of simulation software.
ASSESS Initiative's presence included active participation in the program by ASSESS Initiative advocates including Joe Walsh, Andreas Vlahinos, Peter Thorne, Linda Lokay, and Karen Caswelch.
The ASSESS 2019 Congress, the 4th annual congress, will be held at Chateau Elan Winery & Resort in Braselton, GA, October 27-29, 2019.
The ASSESS initiative has been organized around a key set of themes associated with expanding the usage and benefit of engineering simulation. The ASSESS Initiative is planning on publishing Strategic Insight papers related to each of these themes, which will
At ASSESS 2018, each session is made up of multiple 15-minute quick presentations from industry leaders on experiences related to involvement or support of the simulation revolution.
Dr. Mavris will be presenting, "The Creation of a Digital Twin of the GA Tech Campus."
The ASSESS initiative is built around themes associated with expanding the usage and benefit of engineering simulation.
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