Simulated Innovation for Distributed Team Product Development and low CAPEX Strategies

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Rapidly advancing technology has enabled multiple solutions for advanced modeling and simulation. These solutions, by themselves, offer advanced design and verification tools to optimize product features and benefits. The challenge is how to embed these solutions in a wholistic business process allowing completely simulated product development. The multi-physics based Simulated Innovation (SimInn) process offers continuity of product development programs in a distributed workforce environment. The SimInn process is completely virtual where ideas, models and results are stored and exchanged across modalities that only require skilled technicians, licenses and user-logins. The growth of Cloud infrastructure offers access to on-demand machine learning, scalable storage, high-performance computing platforms and secure, multi-user environments. These technology enablers have created enterprise level opportunities to develop complex, large scale products in a virtual environment. The benefits of SimInn are very low CAPEX spend, distributed workforce friendly, based upon the Fastworks methodology to deliver fast and leaves no carbon footprint in the development process.

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  • ABOUT THE ENTRANT

  • Name:
    Stephen Farmer
  • Type of entry:
    individual
  • Profession:
    Engineer/Designer
  • Stephen is inspired by:
    I'm inspired by the complexity of the problems where we are offering simulated innovation solutions. I enjoy the challenge of pushing the boundaries of technology application against the pace of enablers such as multi-physics software, cloud storage and on-demand technology services.
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    COMSOL
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    none