“Pain points” and “automation” are all too frequently used in the same sentence. If you are creating detailed data engineering data models, whether in CAD or simulation, the last thing you want is a pain point where information transfer hits a wall. In many companies, one of those walls lies waiting when sharing simulation results with design and release engineers. Analysts spend hours—often days—creating and updating simulation reports. Often the information shared is low fidelity—presentation slides or other static 2D views instead of actionable data models.
Read the Digital Engineering Magazine article here.