Modeling and Simulation Techniques for Unmanned Vehicle System Research and Development
     
Webinar: What’s the Key to Effective Model-Based Design?

 

Driven by the needs of the consumer auto industry, “symbolic computation” based physical model development has broken through some key barriers in HIL testing. For example, full vehicle models for dynamics, multi-domain models of HEV powertrains, and detailed dynamic models of special subsystems, such as crane arms, are challenging the traditional engineering workflow. Featuring numerous case studies and technique demonstrations, this webcast will explore new modeling techniques to accelerate model development while increasing model fidelity and simulation performance. It will show how to achieve efficient high-fidelity system modeling for hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) and control applications whether you’re working on passenger cars or commercial vehicles. In addition, this webcast will provide you with practical knowledge on quickly improving or implementing model-based design (MBD) techniques.

 

 

About the Presenters

Dr. Tom Lee, VP Application Engineering, Maplesoft
Dr. Tom Lee is the principal technology spokesperson for Maplesoft, an emerging leader in advanced engineering modeling and simulation. With a Ph.D. in automation and control, he has been a leading influence in the development of new modeling tools for physical modeling and symbolic computation. He has over 20 years of experience in the engineering software industry.
   
Dr. Orang Vahid, Modeling Engineer, Maplesoft
Dr. Orang Vahid holds a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the University of Waterloo. He has over 10 years of experience in industry covering advanced dynamical systems, friction-induced vibration and control, automotive noise and vibration, and mechanical engineering design. He is a frequent invited speaker and has published numerous papers on various topics in engineering design.
   
About the Moderator
Lisa Arrigo
SAE International, Custom Electronic Products Editor, representing Automotive Engineering International magazine