NAFEMS announces agenda for SDM Symposium featuring presentations from Ford, EuroPro, Parker Aerospace, Prostep, Emerson, Boeing, GKN, Whirlpool and others...
STERLING, VA, OCTOBER 30th 2013 – NAFEMS, the international association for the engineering analysis, modelling and simulation community, is delighted to announce the agenda for its upcoming ‘Simulation Data Management: from Concept to Reality - Industry Experience Exchange Forum’ taking place in Troy, MI on November 22nd.
An agenda featuring presentations from Ford, EuroPro, Parker Aerospace, Prostep, Emerson, Boeing, GKN, Whirlpool and others, the one-day SDM dedicated symposium will focus on "Realworld" SDM deployment, including success cases, failure cases and lessons learned.
“We’ve got a superb agenda lined up with experts in the field sharing their insight into their simulation data management experiences and lessons learned", commented Tim Morris, NAFEMS Chief Executive. “More and more companies now have an urgent need to get their simulation data under control and improve their simulation processes and productivity. This one-day symposium provides the perfect exchange forum to understand the benefits of implementing a simulation data management solution whilst benefiting and learning from the experiences of industry leaders."
Companies moving into or advancing SDM technology will benefit from sending key engineers to this event. Participants will leave with an improved understanding of the benefits gained from implementing a Simulation Data Management system to save time, reduce development costs, and improve time-to-market.
The primary focus of the symposium will be on companies sharing their experiences, lessons learned, and benefits gained from breakthrough improvements in simulation throughput, analyst productivity, product performance, and information traceability.
Full details of the event, including the agenda can be found at www.nafems.org/sdmforum.
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NAFEMS is a not for profit organisation promoting best practices and fostering education and awareness in the engineering analysis community. In line with its objectives to promote the effective use of simulation technologies, NAFEMS is continually seeking to create awareness of new analysis methodologies, deliver education & training, and stimulate the adoption of best practices and standards by offering a platform for continuous professional development. For more information, go to www.nafems.org.
Nicola McLeish (NAFEMS), +44 (0) 1355 225 688 email@example.com