Japanese component major selects Siemens’ Simcenter solutions, which are widely used by OEMs globally, as the technological foundation of model-based development.
Global automotive components manufacturer Denso has chosen Siemens Digital Industries and Siemens’ software portfolio for the technological foundation of its next-generation model-based development (MBD).
By using model-based simulations, Denso can resolve existing issues as well as investigate a broad range of design possibilities, early in the process and before physical models are built. This new process is expected to reduce time needed for product development, cut costs, increase design quality, and improve competitiveness.
Siemens will be underpinning the project through a variety of services including process consulting, conducting pilot projects at the design site, and establishing processes for modeling. By using the Simcenter portfolio of simulation and test applications, Denso can continue to drive implementation of system simulation in the development process. Simcenter solutions are being deployed for use by designers who can now conduct 1D system simulation alongside analysis specialists while Teamcenter software enables seamless distribution of model data among global sites.
“Thanks to high quality Siemens software products, expertise in consulting and technical service, our three-year MBD pilot has been successful,” said Masaki Suzuoki, General Manager MBD Promotion Dept. Engineering Digital Transformation Promotion Div. Denso Corporation. “Full scale deployment will start throughout the company in Japan and abroad and we look forward to additional support from Siemens that can help us accelerate MBD deployment across business domains.”
Specific examples of programs which can lead to increased value include electrification and the implementation of advanced safety and automated driving. To achieve these goals, Denso has begun the roll-out of MBD across the entire company.
Denso has been a long-term partner with Siemens for the development of Siemens’ software including NX software. “We are honored to collaborate with Denso to drive next-generation MBD product development for their business transformation,” said Tony Hemmelgarn, president and CEO, Siemens Digital Industries Software. “We appreciate the trust of Denso and the other global automotive companies who have chosen Siemens’ software and services for digital transformation, as well as effective and profitable operations.”
Siemens Digital Industries Software is driving transformation to enable a digital enterprise where engineering, manufacturing and electronics design meet tomorrow. The Xcelerator portfolio helps companies of all sizes create and leverage digital twins that provide organisations with new insights, opportunities and levels of automation to drive innovation.
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