SEMA eNews Vol. 13, No. 11, March 18, 2010

Why Simulation Technologies Get Your Products on Shelves Faster

  SEMA VP of Vehicle Technology John Waraniak
  SEMA Vice President of Technology John Waraniak will moderate a panel discussion addressing how simulation technologies can speed products to market.

Leading automakers and suppliers use simulations to accelerate the new-product development process, and now so can your company! Learn how through a new SEMA webinar set for Thursday, March 25, at 10:00 a.m. (PDT).

"Simulation Technologies to Speed the Aftermarket Product Development Process" will teach you the tools, rapid controls prototyping techniques (not to be confused with rapid parts prototyping techniques) and systems engineering methods that the automakers use to develop new products and integrate mechanical and electronic vehicle systems. These proven methods can improve performance and time-to-profit for a huge variety of products.

John Waraniak, SEMA vice president of technology, moderates the panel discussion, which includes Ed Browalski, president of Advanced Controls Engineering Consultants; Kevin Kott, president of dSPACE; Santhosh Jogi, engineering director of dSPACE; and Tom Gillespie, founder of Mechanical Simulation (CarSim).

As with all SEMA webinars, the information provided in the simulation technologies presentation is free to SEMA members and only $29 for non-members. Participate in the live presentation or download the webinar at your convenience.

Visit www.SEMA.org/events/webinars to register.

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