Simulation process and data management

  • 17-Nov-2009 12:05 EST

Web-based ANSYS Engineering Knowledge Manager (ANSYS EKM) 2.0 is focused on simulation process and data management. The solution set from ANSYS addresses some real-world challenges that engineers face such as how to better manage, share, and reuse simulation data as well as how to capture the engineering expertise that a simulation result represents. Release 2.0 offers a number of enhancements that simplify and speed up work, especially for remote teams that hand off data to each other as part of collaborative design. By managing simulation data and processes using ANSYS EKM technology, companies can more effectively leverage the full power of simulation along with the expertise of the analysts and engineers who contribute to the process, says the company. The ultimate result is shortened time to market and protection of critical intellectual property.

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