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### Revolutionizing Engineering Simulation: Siemens Introduces HEEDS AI Simulation Predictor and Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling

/PRNewswire/ — Siemens Digital Industries Software today set the benchmark for innovation in …

Siemens Digital Industries Software has demonstrated a commitment to innovation in engineering simulation by launching two cutting-edge solutions – HEEDS™ AI Simulation Predictor software and Simcenter™ Reduced Order Modeling software. These tools offer engineers the capability to address complex manufacturing challenges by providing predictive performance with speed, precision, and efficiency.

HEEDS AI Simulation Predictor, a new addition to the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio, introduces advanced AI-driven predictive modeling to empower engineering teams in exploring design spaces effectively.

Key Benefits of HEEDS AI Simulation Predictor:

  • Enhanced Product Optimization: The software utilizes state-of-the-art AI with built-in accuracy awareness to enable organizations to fully exploit the digital twin for precise product fine-tuning and optimization.
  • Accelerated Design Innovation: By leveraging historical simulation studies and accumulated knowledge, engineering teams can swiftly develop high-performing, innovative designs, thereby reducing time-to-market significantly.

Addressing the Challenge of AI Drift: AI drift, a significant issue in AI-powered simulation, occurs when models inaccurately extrapolate in uncharted design spaces. HEEDS AI Simulation Predictor tackles this challenge by introducing accuracy-aware AI, which actively verifies predictions to ensure accuracy and reliability in real-world industrial engineering applications.

Siemens has also unveiled Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling, a software solution that utilizes high-fidelity simulation and test data to train and validate AI/ML models. These models enable engineers to make predictions rapidly, transforming the approach to simulation in the engineering domain.

Key Advantages of Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling:

  • Speed and Precision: By leveraging high-fidelity data, engineers can obtain quick predictions and make crucial decisions in a fraction of the time required by traditional methods.
  • Enhanced Predictive Performance: Training AI/ML models on comprehensive datasets allows engineers to gain robust and reliable insights, mitigating the issue of AI drift commonly encountered in simulations.

These innovative technologies have garnered praise from industry professionals for their impact on design space exploration and the accuracy of AI-driven simulations. Siemens Digital Industries Software continues to push the boundaries of simulation technology, enabling customers to leverage the benefits of artificial intelligence for enhanced efficiency and reliability.

For more information on Siemens Digital Industries Software’s advancements in AI-driven simulations with HEEDS and Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling, visit the respective blog posts.

Siemens Digital Industries Software plays a pivotal role in facilitating digital transformation for organizations of all sizes through the Siemens Xcelerator business platform. By leveraging software, hardware, and services, companies can optimize their design, engineering, and manufacturing processes to innovate sustainable products for the future across various industries.

Siemens Digital Industries (DI) stands out as an innovation leader in automation and digitalization, driving digital transformation in process and discrete industries. With the Digital Enterprise portfolio, DI offers a comprehensive range of products, solutions, and services tailored to integrate and digitalize the entire value chain for companies of all sizes, enhancing productivity and flexibility.

Siemens AG, a leading technology company based in Berlin and Munich, focuses on industry, infrastructure, transport, and healthcare. By combining real-world applications with digital technologies, Siemens empowers customers to revolutionize their industries and markets, creating value for billions of people worldwide.

In the fiscal year 2023, Siemens Group achieved a revenue of €77.8 billion and a net income of €8.5 billion, employing approximately 320,000 people globally as of September 30, 2023. For more details, visit www.siemens.com.

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