From Planning to Validation: Putting CAE Back Into Engineering

Putting CAE back into engineering Simply put, Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) is the process of solving complex engineering problems through the use of sophisticated, interactive, graphical software, coupled with mathematical models and optimization systems. The true value of CAE is to foster virtual product development validation by enabling manufacturers to integrate advanced technology into the conceptual Read more

  • Lionel Grealou
  • Vice President - PLM Services
  • PLM Europe