Electronics are a part of our lives – both professionally and personally – with the latest gadgets delivering an immediate gateway to the world. Innovation, time to market and lower cost are the keys to electronics success, and the pressures to quickly deliver innovative products at lower cost is intense. Altair’s simulation-driven design delivers a smarter approach to electronics product development.
Manufacturers dedicate large amounts of time and expense to physical prototyping in order to validate product performance. Simulation can dramatically speed up time-to-market by enabling the testing of multiple design concepts and variables virtually. Multiple variants can be efficiently tested at a massive scale without physical testing and repeated redesign iterations. Replacing even one prototyping cycle with simulation could mean getting products to the market months faster than the competition.
New product lines, recurring revenue streams, more efficient operations, higher quality and faster time to market are all within reach with Internet of Things (IoT) from Altair. We have the knowledge and technology to help you realize your smart product development vision from beginning to end – from ideation to optimization to launch and operation.
Electronic devices of all kinds must be designed to withstand the structural and operational requirements associated with normal use, drop and misuse, all while balancing weight and cost considerations. Altair solutions enable simulation of structural, thermal and fluid properties, vibration, electromagnetics and manufacturing constraints in an integrated multiphysics environment.
Manufacturers today are tasked with designing smart, connected products at a breakneck pace to stay ahead of the competition. As performance demands continually increase, packaging sizes become smaller, and device connectivity becomes more critical, schematic engineers and product designers need ways to make efficient design decisions and collaborate with one another to optimize complex interconnected mechanical and electromagnetic systems. To develop the next generation of smart products, organizations are turning simulation to improve device performance and drive profitability.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has transformed the way companies do business. New product lines, recurring revenue streams, more efficient operations, higher quality and faster time-to-market are all within reach with the introduction of smart interconnections between systems and assets. This guide is designed to help you realize your Smart Product Development vision from ideation, to optimization, to launch and operation.
To get a beautifully designed electronic product safely delivered to your customer, the work must start at the product design phase. Leveraging simulation-driven design, manufacturers are gaining greater insight and control over the development of innovative products, consistent manufacturing processes, and cost-effective, sustainable packaging.
The mobile devices industry is fiercely competitive and companies are continuously being challenged to push the boundaries of their hardware design. With shorter design cycles and narrowing cost margins there has been greater emphasis on virtual testing using computer simulation. At Samsung Research Institute - Bangalore (largest R&D center for Samsung electronics outside Korea) Altair OptiStruct was used for shape and topology optimization to arrive at a detailed definition of a smartphone front and rear housing.