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Digital Twin Solution Assists Various Industries with More Efficient New Product Launches

The adoption of a digital twin approach continues to grow and our customers in this issue demonstrate how they use the method to reduce prototyping, gain real-world insight and improve the collaboration between simulation and test.

It is always a pleasure to read success stories from our customers, and this issue is no different. The theme emerging from this collection that struck a chord with me is how many of our customers are seeking to improve our day-to-day lives.

The Lion Electric bus company used Simcenter to help them design their fleet of electric vehicles used in particular for mass transit. The new electric-motor school buses are more reliable and less polluting than their ICE counterparts; ensuring students not only get to school on time but do so in cleaner air.

DMS Holland working with their partners at Brabant Engineering, have developed more effective marine stabilisers to help reduce the motion that induces seasickness making time afloat more pleasurable in even small craft.

URAL Locomotives in Russia worked with a suite of Siemens products including Simcenter to bring an allelectric train to the rails in less than three years. This was against the backdrop of incredibly tough operating conditions from the tropical to the frozen north of Russia. This reduces not only travel time but emissions. All achieved without any physical tests.

The adoption of a digital twin approach continues to grow and our customers in this issue demonstrate how they use the method to reduce prototyping, gain real-world insight and improve the collaboration between simulation and test.

The Simcenter portfolio continues to develop to reflect the demands of industry and we add Electromagnetic functionality to our Simcenter 3D solution to help engineers manage this increasingly complex area of physics.

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