1. Importance of Vehicle Dynamics Simulation for an Expanding Set of Vehicle Program Objectives and How CarSim’s Capabilities Meet the Current and Future Objectives.
【Mechanical Simulation Corporation】Jeremy M. Miller
Jeremy Miller, Head of Engineering for CarSim, will begin by attempting to define the changing and challenging environment the industry’s finds itself operating in. Expanding vehicle program requirements, especially those related to systematic vehicle performance, reduction of prototypes, sub-systems integration, ADAS and autonomy, heavily encourage the use of simulation tools like CarSim. These tools have become essential when viewed from a competitiveness and time-to-market perspectives.
Jeremy will then move into the specific capabilities of CarSim, both current and future capabilities, and how each development area targets alignment with a particular vehicle development program objective. Moving on from those specific requirements, Jeremy will then describe how the CarSim product stack can be integrated with a wide range of simulation tools. These integrations enable important application and model life cycle management approaches. These approaches are essential to discovering an effective and competitive balance between physical and virtual development practices.
Jeremy M. Miller
Head of Engineering,Engineering Mechanical Simulation Corporation