BETA CAE’s BEFORE REALITY Conference, brings the simulation community together and promotes an international exchange of the latest concepts, knowledge and development requirements on our software products.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The conference will be of interest to decision makers, strategy & methodology planners, simulation experts, applications users and researchers at the forefront of the CAE simulation for various disciplines, coming from OEMs and suppliers from a wide spectrum of industrial sectors, especially from, yet not limited to the: automotive, motorsports, railway vehicles, aerospace, shipbuilding / offshore, power tools, defense, energy, heavy machinery, biomechanics, chemical processes, electronics, etc.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
During the event you will have the opportunity to:
- Meet, exchange ideas, and collaborate with CAE experts from around the world.
- Present your success stories and innovative ideas and discuss them within a unique global forum.
- Keep up-to-date on the latest advancements in the field of CAE simulation with state-of-the-art software solutions.
- Interact with our software development teams and promote your requests to influence future software development.
- Enhance your relations with the technical support & services engineers of BETA CAE Systems and with its representatives of the worldwide sale & support network.
- Learn more about our co-operations with leading hardware and software companies.
The technical forum and contributed presentations will demonstrate the current status and the future trends of the application of the products of BETA CAE Systems, in a spectrum of sectors, such as: CAE strategy & process planning, Process automation, Product and Simulation Data Management (PDM / SDM), Durability, Crash & Rollover, Occupant & Pedestrian Safety, Dynamics, Noise Vibration & Harshness (NVH), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Optimization, Composite materials modeling, Climate control, Engine technology, Heat transfer, Simulation results assessment, Virtual Reality, Concurrent Engineering & Collaboration, and more.
Monday, May 20, 2019 to Wednesday, May 22, 2019