Webinar: Engineering safety for autonomous cars

Learn about how multiphysics software from ANSYS enables simulations that replicate every aspect of autonomous vehicle performance under thousands of operating scenarios

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This FREE webinar was recorded on:
November 19, 2019
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM CET

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As fully autonomous vehicles edge closer to real-world deployment, operating safety becomes more critical.

Before they can be successfully launched onto real-world highways, autonomous vehicles must be exhaustively tested and certified for safe operation. Society will only accept self-driving cars if they are safe and the expectation is that the number of fatalities and accidents will significantly fall with the implementation of autonomous cars.

Whether you are developing an entire vehicle or one component, simulation is relevant to your engineering challenges. ANSYS offers a single, configurable platform to validate vehicle performance against safety requirements. Its open nature integrates autonomous vehicle design into an ecosystem that includes, but is not limited to, high-fidelity physics studies, diverse sensor models, vehicle dynamics, world scenarios, embedded software code development, connectivity optimization, data analytics and functional safety analysis.

In this webinar ANSYS presents why simulation is the bedrock for the development of autonomous vehicles and shows with examples you can solve your engineering challenges.

Sign up now to learn how:

  • Multiphysics software from ANSYS enables companies to replace years of physical testing with simulations that replicate every aspect of autonomous vehicle performance under thousands of operating scenarios — all in a risk-free virtual environment
  • Physics-based simulation is mandatory to ensure the safety of autonomous systems
  • Embedded software code that meets the safety standards is critical for success in developing autonomous vehicles

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Presenters:

Günther Hasna
Director of Application Engineering EMEA
ANSYS GmbH

Since 2019, Günther Hasna has been director of Application Engineering – EMEA at ANSYS GmbH in Munich. He is a team lead for sensors and photonics, and works on the physics-based simulation of sensors, including camera, LiDAR, radar and Ultraschall, plus the virtual validation of ADAS and AD functions.

After graduating in 1989 with a Dipl. Ing (FH) in Mechatronics at the University of Applied Physics in Munich, Hasna worked on maintenance of Medical Analysis Systems at Klinikum Nuremberg, and then development of opto-electronic sensors at TEMIC (CONTINENTAL) in the same city.

From 1996 to 2011, he worked as global service manager at OPTIS SAS in Toulon, France, then switched to become technical director at OPTIS GmbH in Munich, a position he held until joining ANSYS earlier in 2019.

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