- Engineering Workflow Automation
- Design Space Exploration
COO Naji El Masri took the stand to introduce Noesis Solutions to more than 40 Leuven.Inc members last week in Leuven, Belgium. Leuven.Inc builds bridges between knowledge centers, high-tech entrepreneurs, enterprises and their socio-economic partners. The participants gathered at the Noesis Solutions headquarters to learn about the flagship Optimus software and the entrepreneurship that helps grow the company. Parallel demonstration sessions showed how Optimus translates virtual simulations into successful achievements for aeronautic, automotive and medical applications.
The sun was still out when the first invitees arrived in the late afternoon. Their attention was drawn to the racecar that was on display in the spotlights. The racecar – developed by CQS Group Racing Team KU Leuven – features an ecologic drivetrain. The engineering sports team participates in international endurance races, including Spa-Francorchamps. Application engineers from Noesis Solutions support the engineering students in futher optimizing racecar aerodynamics.
During his talk, COO Naji El Masri explained that Optimus is used by customers to engineer diverse products we all know. Engineers in the automotive industry deploy the process integration and design optimization platform to develop better performing cars in a shorter period. Similarly, Optimus is used to maximize performance and reliability of aircraft, jet engines, electrical connectors – just to give a few examples.
Optimus adds value by orchestrating simulation processes to feasible design space regions that offer the highest improvement potential. This way manufacturers realize design time savings averaging over 30%, while achieving 10% or more design performance improvements.
After being part of LMS for many years, Noesis Solutions now belongs to the Cybernet Systems Group, a Japanese group specialized in Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) solutions and services. El Masri said that his team has a fruitful collaborative history with Cybernet Systems, as the company previously served as a Noesis Solutions distributor in Japan. He explained how the Noesis Solutions team creates its own successful future within Cybernet Systems.
Split up in three groups, the participants then attended parallel demonstration sessions highlighting Optimus applications across industries. If you want to know more about this, simply click any case study visual.
During the concluding networking drink the participants had a chance to meet and exchange ideas in a relaxed atmosphere. The discussions were vivid and interesting, particularly because most participants are involved in various engineering disciplines across different industries. All in all, everybody was impressed by the Optimus software platform, the team of talented engineering and mathematics specialists behind it, and the impressive benefits that Noesis Solutions’ technologies bring to the manufacturing world.
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