You are invited: Tuesday, November 26, 2019
A DAY OF LEARNING, INSIGHTS AND NETWORKING
JOIN ENGINEERS AND INNOVATORS FROM AROUND THE CONTINENT
FEV Simulation & Calibration Symposium 2019
We cordially invite you and your colleagues to attend this year's FEV Simulation and Calibration Symposium Europe, Stuttgart. Merging simulation technology and calibration methodologies enables unexpected progress for new powertrain development. In two parallel sessions, you will be informed about latest developments with regard to simulation and calibration solutions.
In the Dynamics Simulation Session, we will focus on Virtual Dynamics software. Virtual Dynamics is an industry-specific vertical application based on MSC Adams, which provides from project kick-off to start of production, advanced mechanical dynamics solutions enabling lower cost, high quality powertrain and driveline development in shorter time.
The Calibration and System Simulation Session will give an overview of FEVs calibration solutions, with in-depth introductions to the virtual calibration platform vCAP that enables to make the powertrain calibration at the desktop instead of the rig, saving up to 50% of the physical tests, and xMOD, the multi-model simulation software which is bridging the gap between the virtual and the physical world.
The conference gives you the opportunity to meet our experts, other users and interested people to exchange your opinion and experience, and discover the capabilities of FEVs Software and Testing Solutions.
Further details to the agenda highlights will be published as soon as possible on this website.
Free of Charge registration:
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November 26th, 2019, 8:00 a.m.
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Please note that this event is free of charge and the number of seats is limited.
We are looking forward to meet you at this exclusive event.
Yours FEV Software and Testing Solutions Team
Please don't hesitate to invite your colleagues specialized in simulation and calibration methodologies. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact Mr. Régis de Bonnaventure phone: +33 130 130 756, email: bonnaventure@ fev. com