The business objectives for simulation in the concept design phase versus the detailed design phase
The biggest obstacles and roadblocks for conducting simulation in those design phases
The most common practices in use for applying simulations to design
The types of simulation technologies in place for making design decisions
The idea of driving design decisions based on simulations was introduced some 15 years ago. Since that time, the concept has changed with new enabling roles, processes and technologies. The 2013 Simulation Driven Design study, conducted by Chad Jackson of Lifecycle Insights, captured a modern picture of this initiative by collecting the details of simulation efforts from over 1,000 survey respondents. It focuses on the use of simulation to make design decisions in the concept and detailed design phase, but not purely for verification and validation activities. In this webinar, the findings that offer a modern picture of simulation driven design will be shared with commentary by the researcher, Chad Jackson of Lifecycle Insights.
- Executives responsible for product development processes and activities
- Managers of engineering teams and organizations
- Managers of simulation teams and organizations