The right methods and tools to design more complex products

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Products are getting smarter and smarter. This is a positive evolution, but it does make the work of designers a lot more complex. 

Technological progress is driving up customer expectations. Products must be able to do more, function better, be more user-friendly and adapt optimally to the conditions of use. There are high demands in terms of energy efficiency and products must be easy to recycle in order to guarantee their efficiency and durability.

As a company's design team, it is not easy to meet all these demands. Such optimisation means that more and more criteria have to be taken into account, both in terms of hardware, software and electronics. At the same time, there is the pressure to bring the products to the market as quickly as possible.

During this webinar, we will elaborate on this challenge and explain how model-based methods and related supporting software tools help to make innovation faster and cheaper.


Speaker Topic
Paola Campestrini, Clustermanager Design & Optimisation Introduction
Philip Eyckens, Flanders Make & Marco Panzeri, Noesis Early design concept generation and overall evaluation using the coupled CodesignS’ Workbench and Noesis’ Optimus.
Sander Dedoncker, FlandersMake@.KULeuven Efficient Pareto-front analysis for multi-objective design optimization of mechatronic systems
Ken Vanherpen, FlandersMake@.UAntwerpen EPSim: Virtual Hardware-in-the-Loop (vHiL) simulation for control-embedded co-design
- Q & A


This online session is free of charge and will take place on May 14 2020 from 11h00 to 12h00.

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