ANSYS Leverages Product Design Expertise To Offer A Digital Twin Builder
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This report forms one in a series covering the digital twin software market, which is beginning to gain traction as a new category of technology investment. One of the more established firms in this space is ANSYS. The firm was founded in 1970 and has more than 4,000 employees in over 50 countries. ANSYS has booked more than $1.3 billion in trailing 12-month revenue. With a long history in engineering simulation software used in product design, ANSYS has evolved into a digital twin software developer with its Twin Builder, which can be used to model and monitor industrial assets. ANSYS targets virtually any product firm that needs to design, test and validate its products. Verdantix recommends that customers looking to embrace Industry 4.0 practices and work with a proven, established firm that has a large global support network should try out ANSYS Twin Builder.
Table of contentsANSYS Targets Its Digital Twin Capabilities At New Usage Scenarios
ANSYS Has The Design And Simulation Pedigree To Launch Digital Twins For Multiple Use Cases
Product-Centric Firms With An Industry 4.0 Strategy Should Test Out ANSYS Twin Builder