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Global Automotive Supplier Valeo, Relies on Simcenter Amesim to Help Develop Ground­breaking Technologies

Valeo counts on Siemens PLM Software simulation solution to play a core role in its innovative product initiatives.

Enabling smarter and safer driving

The automotive industry’s challenge to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions demands quantum steps forward in terms of technology. The Powertrain Innovation Department of automotive supplier Valeo relies on Simcenter Amesim™ software from product lifecycle management (PLM) specialist Siemens PLM Software to evaluate new ideas and develop them into groundbreaking technologies.

Valeo is an automotive supplier, and is a partner to automakers worldwide. As a technology company, Valeo develops innovative products and systems that contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions and the development of intuitive driving. Valeo has 124 production sites, 16 research centers, 35 development centers, 12 distribution platforms, and employs 74,800 people in 29 countries.

Valeo’s activities are distributed over four business groups: Powertrain Systems, Thermal Systems, Comfort and Driving Assistance Systems and Visibility Systems, supplying the original equipment market and the aftermarket.

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