A couple weeks ago, I found myself in an interesting conversation. I was talking with a software executive who was considering starting up a new software company in the simulation space. His most basic question was “where is the greatest need in simulation today?” I’ll be frank; I struggled to answer. Not because all of …

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The Splintering Needs of Engineering Simulation

A couple weeks ago, I found myself in an interesting conversation. I was talking with a software executive who was considering starting up a new software company in the simulation space. His most basic question was “where is the greatest need in simulation today?”

I’ll be frank; I struggled to answer. Not because all of simulation’s problems have been solved. Far from it. But it was difficult because the answer varies so widely depending on the ‘who’ and the ‘what’ of it. The needs of simulation users in different phases of the design cycle have diverged significantly. Let me explain.

You can read the full post,  The Splintering Needs of Engineering Simulation, over at the Creo Blog.

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