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HELPING YOU CREATE THE FUTURE


TRANSFORMERS, INSULATORS AND BUSHINGS ANALYSIS SOFTWARE


Optimization through parametrics or scripting


ANALYZE AND MODEL: PARTIAL


ELECTRIC FIELD


Car manufacturers can create virtual environments to assess whether projects are viable Colin Watson, Symetri T


he design soſtware industry is on the cusp of a significant change. Many applications that used to be delivered


on a DVD are now being distributed via cloud-based services. Te end user subscribes to it, removing any transaction in terms of the traditional way sales were made. With this in mind, we launched Symetri Consulting Services at the beginning of 2012. First and foremost, there’s a need from our


clients to develop a consultative element with the correct professional skills – otherwise we won’t have a business in five years. If someone had asked me two years ago whether Symetri provided professional services I would have replied that we did. But what I really meant was that we offered customer support and provided training and implementation services. Tat’s different to the ability to examine a business and the engineering design process and collaborate with end users to make changes. A second consideration is that our


customers have been going through their own transitions and may not have the same number of staff as they did in the past. Tey are most likely still tendering and winning the same volume of work they used to, but now have to complete it using less people. A major problem we see many of them face is a lack of resource; specifically, an acute lack of skilled people. Tese companies, therefore, should look for guidance to help them make sense of what they have already invested in. Tose are the main trends – and they’re important ones. Tere are always other driving forces, such as


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improving efficiency, reducing time to market and decreasing the amount of wasted material, but the key thing is that all of this is becoming not just nice-to-have, but must-have. A further trend is the move to cloud. In


a good way, this is set to disrupt working practices. Much of the innovation and analysis work that used to be done on desktops with high-end computing requirements will be now done on the cloud. In the future it will be possible to do analyses


A MAJOR PROBLEM WE SEE MANY OF OUR CLIENTS FACE IS A LACK OF RESOURCE; SPECIFICALLY, AN ACUTE LACK OF SKILLED PEOPLE


such as CFD and FEA on the cloud, and do them faster, with reduced costs and far more efficiency. Partner organisations will still lead with the soſtware, but it will diminish in favour of consulting services over the next few years as cloud-based services take off. Te important thing for companies to


remember is that advice on how to improve processes is out there. If businesses aren’t able to map available soſtware solutions to the design process, or if they don’t have the time or resource to do so, they should engage a partner with the skills and accreditation to provide that service.


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DISCHARGE INCEPTION


REAL WORLD TRANSIENTS


THERMAL ANALYSIS


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