Learn more about the Automotive industry
As the industry reinvents itself, simulation is more important than ever in vehicle engineering. Smart electronics, infotainment, telecommunications, advanced software - vehicle manufacturers and system integrators have brought innovative and transformative technologies to consumers. This industry is also rapidly making self-driving vehicles a reality with the introduction of advanced driver assistance systems - ADAS - and autonomous features. On the other hand, rising fuel costs and environmental concerns are restructuring all aspects of vehicle engineering - from aerodynamics, engine and transmission, passenger comfort, structural rigidity, and electrical and electronic systems.
Find out what computer simulation can do for this industry
Passenger Cars and Light Vehicles
Develop vehicles that meet the most stringent requirements
Automotive simulation enables engineers to deliver innovations faster, while maintaining safety and reliability, by anticipating validation through digital prototyping and rapid virtual testing. With ANSYS solutions, you can comprehensively simulate vehicle applications of fluid, thermal, electromagnetic, electronic, semiconductor, software, and fully integrated systems.
Design modern, feature-rich vehicles with a focus on innovation
Develop autonomous vehicle systems, intelligent controls, infotainment devices and connectivity, delivering better fuel efficiency and lower pollutant emissions. Applying Ansys solutions to the design of automotive components improves safety and reliability with every development cycle.
Heavy-duty trucks and off-road
Create electronic devices for various applications, such as the automation of agricultural tasks
Implementing extensive virtual design exploration with ANSYS solutions helps ensure efficiency, safety, quality, and reliability from the beginning of the design cycle. In addition, ANSYS’ advances in model-based system engineering and automated embedded software generation can dramatically reduce development time.
Motorsports and Racing
Keep up with industry developments by using simulation in your designs
Electric drives involve interactive thermal, fluid, structural, and electromagnetic effects that require comprehensive multi-physics simulations, a feature of ANSYS solutions. Racing vehicle manufacturers can benefit from design exploration and optimization and implement early quality and reliability prediction methods, and create hybrid and electric drives.