Energy-management software platform

  • 26-Aug-2010 09:26 EDT
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LMS provides a combination of 3-D and 1-D system simulation solutions that enable companies to address challenges driven by ecology trends and changing needs. Solutions combine simulation capabilities and interfaces with CAE and advanced tools to study the static/dynamic functional behavior of any component or system in a user-friendly graphical environment. The company's vehicle energy management (VEM) system integrates green engineering into a current development process while improving the vehicle’s driveability and performance. The integrated methodology combines mechanical, thermal, electrical, and control engineering in one software environment platform known as LMS Imagine.lab AMESim, which enables multiphysics modeling applications and balances vehicle energy performances with driveability and thermal comfort. VEM is compatible with any vehicle architecture, including hybrid and electric, and across engineering levels from concept to full vehicle.

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