Ricardo Romeu, Alluvionic’s Vice President of Engineering, is scheduled to speak at the Siemens PLM Software 2018 Simcenter Conference – Americas, an exciting new event that will bring together simulation, test, and design exploration in an industry themed agenda. The event will explore how simulation and test are contributing to the realization of the Digital Twin, and examine how adopting a holistic approach to predictive engineering analytics is essential in developing innovative products that exceed customer expectations.
The conference is scheduled for October 15-17 in Detroit, Michigan the heart of the city’s financial district. It will involve three days of networking to build relationships with thought-leaders in the simulation and testing community, as well as improving best practices and expanding the scope of current simulation and testing activities.
Romeu will present on Tuesday, October 16 during the Aerospace & Defense Track in the morning industry breakout. He will discuss “Vectored Thrust GoFly Simulation,” a patented prop propeller technology.
“This is an exciting opportunity for me to be selected to present and discuss our prop propeller technology at such a large, prestigious conference. I look forward to the added exposure and increased visibility that are associated with conferences of this magnitude and continuing to develop new business opportunities,” says Romeu.
The Digital Twin, for product ideation, realization, and utilization, is the state-of-the-art approach companies follow to deliver innovation. Digitally mirroring the product over its entire lifecycle can present several advantages, such as more effective development, better manufacturing precision, smarter product behavior, and much more. The Simcenter simulation and testing solutions portfolio, built on the legacy of LMS solutions, CD-Adapco, TASS, and others, allows manufacturers to build and maintain a Digital Twin in support of performance engineering during product development.