The true business case for CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) is contingent on a company’s ability to integrate this technology into the conceptual design phase of its current product development process. Ultimately, this means putting CAE into the hands of design engineers that may only have marginal experience with these technologies.
Recent breakthroughs by a few CAE software companies in the Design Engineering industry have given rise to this trend and created what is now aptly called the upfront CAE category. Upfront CAE is an entirely different branch of the CAE family tree and is by far the fasting growing sector within the world of CAD, CAE, and PLM. Many companies have invested in upfront CAE, but few have unlocked its potential to exponentially accelerate and economize product development and innovation.
Download this 10-page Executive Report which offers recommendations that will help your company unlock the power of these technologies. Report Includes:
- Common mistakes companies make with their inaugural investments in upfront CAE
- Five ways companies lose momentum and make bad decisions when selecting CAE tools
- A pragmatic and proven evaluation process for CAE Tools
- The six imperatives in rolling out CAE to design engineers