Press Release: Revolution in Simulation Transforming Product Development
FEBRUARY 4, 2016; CINCINNATI, OH; USA — Comet Solutions® Inc., the innovative provider of Simulation Apps (SimApps™) for simulation-driven design, announces Revolution in Simulation – a new on-line resource center for news, information, and educational materials surrounding Simulation Apps. Accessible through Comet’s web site: www.cometsolutions.com, the Revolution in Simulation resource center contains recorded webinars, videos, papers, articles, case studies, Blog posts and a variety of related materials contributed by many of the industry’s leading authorities.
Comet Solutions Founder & CTO, Malcolm Panthaki comments:
“Powered largely by an abundance of flexible and powerful, general-purpose CAE tools, simulation continues to take on an increasingly vital role in product development. However, while the functionality of these tools has steadily increased, their use continues to be limited to a small group of experts. Today, however, more and more companies are realizing the tremendous payback that comes from extending the use of simulation through Simulation Apps. Leveraging these SimApps, companies are documenting measurable improvements in time savings, simulation data consistency, quality improvements, and innovation. The Comet web site with its new Revolution in Simulation section, is devoted to providing timely and useful information on real-world use cases and the benefits of Simulation Apps. The site contains contributions from many of our industry’s recognized experts and will be updated regularly to ensure that information is timely and relevant. We invite those employing CAE at all levels to find out more about SimApps and how they may be custom-built and used within your global organization.”
Revolution in Simulation On-Line Resources
From the Revolution in Simulation section of the Comet Solutions site, visitors can access recorded webinars, presentations, case studies and articles, and can read Blog posts and other material from industry experts and organizations such as: Engineering.com, NAFEMS, Bruce Jenkins (Ora Research), Dr. Dennis Nagy, Gartner’s Dr. Marc Halpern, CIMdata’s Dr. Keith Meintjes, Kenneth Wong (Desktop Engineering), Design World, Joe Walsh (intrinSim), Brad Holtz (Cyon Reseach), Jon Hirschtick (OnShape), American Axle & Manufacturing, Intel, NASA, and more. We encourage contributions to the site.