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A SMART SOLUTION FOR A CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Altair
A detailed study conducted by a student from Universidad Pontificia Comillas ICAI in Spain highlighted the need for ecologically safe and sustainable products. While recycling plays an important role in the circular economy, many consumers don’t recycle for a variety of reasons, including lack of space, inconveniently located recycling centers and collection containers, or distrust and/or disbelief in the recycling process. Organizations needed a model that made recycling easier and more accessible for everyone.
Integrating Systems Modeling with Simulation Helps Ensure Robust Space Debris Re
Altair
On the e.Deorbit proposal, Airbus DS engineers addressed these concerns by using system modeling to simultaneously develop the mission requirements and architectures. They developed a SySML model that integrates the safety and architecture requirements, system capabilities, functional architecture, and concept of operations (CONOPS).Developing the architectures and requirements in parallel helped to validate the requirements at an earlier stage in the project, saving considerable time and money. While this approach was a major step forward, Airbus DS engineers recognized that its benefits were limited by the fact that the domain simulations required to support the development of the architectures were each run manually and separately by engineers responsible for a particular domain.The results from these simulations were later uploaded to a database and used as input parameters for the system model and other simulations.The performance of the entire system for a particular use case is not clear until each of the simulations involved is completed which takes days or weeks. Considerable time and effort are required to simulate the performance of the entire system for even a single case, limiting the number of cases that can be run in the architecture definition phase.This creates the potential for errors and unexpected interactions that cost considerable time and money to correct when they are discovered later during the detailed design stage.
A 63% Lighter Titanium Aerospace Part with Materialise
Altair
Reduce the weight of a metal bracket, without compromising strength
Advance Your RPA Initiatives
Altair
A global financial institution was using a report repository connected to dozens of applications and database systems used across the enterprise, from different geographies and multiple business units. Weekly, hundreds of thousands of reports from these applications were manually downloaded to a centralized location for people to use.The file formats were typically unstructured data, usually in text or PDF. There was no consistency in report formats across the different applications, or even for reports created using the same application. End users would then manually copy data from the text / PDF formats to Excel-based reports used for reconciliation, attestation, financial reporting, journal entries, and other uses.

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