Lunch and Learn at the AWS Office
150 West Jefferson Ave.
Detroit, MI 48226
Join us for lunch to learn how TotalCAE is reducing CAE simulation time on the cloud in just a few clicks with TotalCAE on AWS. Learn how TotalCAE makes it as simple as three clicks to take advantage of AWS HPC technologies for CAE such as NICE DCV for Cloud desktops, FSX for Lustre for high speed storage, and the latest in AWS HPC instances for your CAE applications.
Nearly all industries including automotive, aerospace, electronics, energy, and consumer goods use Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) for product development processes to deliver innovative products to market, faster.
Companies have traditionally relied on local workstations and in-house high performance computing (HPC) clusters for their CAE workloads. These workloads include Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Finite Element Analysis (FEA), and Generative Design. To eliminate on-premises capacity constraints, and increase engineering agility, companies are looking to utilize AWS products and services. However, many companies do not have the IT expertise to build, manage, and upkeep cloud resources to avail its benefits.
TotalCAE platform makes HPC on AWS easy and accessible. In just a few clicks engineers can access any of the hundreds of CAE applications such as STAR-CCM+, Abaqus, Nastran, LS-DYNA, COMSOL, Ansys Fluent and leverage AWS HPC related compute hardware and services for their simulation needs.
In this lunch and learn, Rodney Mach CEO and Founder at TotalCAE will discuss how clients are using TotalCAE platform on AWS to run their CAE workloads to accelerate their product design. During the event TotalCAE will cover:
Engineers running CAE simulation applications such as Abaqus, STAR-CCM+, Ansys, COMSOL, NASTRAN, LS-DYNA, CONVERGE, or other CAE simulation software applications.
CAE Engineering managers looking for ways to reduce run times and get the best price performance for their cloud simulations.
IT staff looking at ways to help their engineering clients adopt HPC cloud for engineering simulation in their AWS subscription.
All qualified attendees will receive a $250 cloud credit when piloting on AWS with TotalCAE