Simulation and test can help to reduce the burden of illness, injury, and inaccurate diagnosis. Digital twins will be used in the future to help us live longer, healthier, happier, and more productive lives.
Learn how engineering simulation and test helps people reduce the burden of illness and live healthier lives.
The most surprising thing about COVID-19 is that it wasn't surprising at all. We've been expecting such a pandemic. It's only a matter of time before we are faced with another. How is Simcenter helping to fight the next pandemic?
Medical device tests are heavily regulated to ensure they do not harm. This puts a considerable constraint on innovation. In silico trials are free from such constraints for one good reason: you can't hurt a Simcenter simulation.
Prosthetic engineering is not new. Yet prosthetic devices remain out of reach for many. Exoskeletons have the potential to redefine our productivity. How can the latest engineering innovations from Simcenter help?
Personal fitness is key to promoting longevity and health. However, athletes of all types are prone to injury, the risk of which increases as one gets older. How can Simcenter help us stay healthy and train like an elite athlete?
How can diagnosing and simulating different medical interventions with a digital twin of the patient's morphology change healthcare and health sciences? Simcenter is delivering truly personalized medicine through simulation.
This infographic highlights how Simcenter simulation and test can help reduce the burden of sickliness, the spread of pandemics, and shows the next innovations in health sciences.
Our proven, flexible solutions help speed up innovation in medical device development, ensuring quality and reducing costs.
In the United States, as many as half of today's 5-year-olds can expect to live to the age of 100, and this once unattainable milestone may become the norm for newborns by 2050.