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MediaService Digital Industries Newsroom

Enhancement for test scenarios – New version of simulation software enables better usage of test-based data

Simcenter Testlab Model-based system testing (MBST) closes the loop with simulation, enabling system validation based on a combined physical and virtual test.

The functional enhancements include model-based system tests, which close the loop with simulation and enable system validation based on a combined physical and virtual test. This will clearly drive forward model-based development. Thanks to component-based transfer path analysis (TPA) it is possible to predict full-system noise, vibration and harshness performance earlier in the design process by combining component models and measurements in the software. The new version also covers the new minimum noise standards for Acoustic Vehicle Alerting Systems (AVAS) and introduces active sound design to create brand-specific sounds. Interactive audio and video replay enhances sound quality.

Simcenter Testlab NVH synthesis component-based TPA predicts full-system NVH performance earlier in the development cycle by combining component models and measurements.

Simcenter Testlab Neo is the next platform for test-based engineering, offering greater productivity, increased confidence, better insight, and easier collaboration.

More efficient and easier for all teams

The latest version of Simcenter Testlab adds numerous new functions to Simcenter Testlab Neo-Software– the next platform for test-based engineering— and to the other Simcenter Testlab solutions. Users benefit from greater productivity, improved monitoring of all production phases and easier collaboration between all the teams involved in the project. In addition, the new version maximizes the benefits of using the digital twin.
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