On-Demand Webinar

Driving next generation vehicle design with Siemens NX

Remove barriers in vehicle design innovation and validation with NX software

Estimated Watching Time: 54 minutes


3d render of a car wheel showing the brake rotor and pad made in Siemens NX

Increasing global competition in the automotive industry is reducing time-to-market, driving the need to arrive at the best design earlier. At the same time, designs must get lighter to meet future requirements. The next generation of vehicles requires a next-generation design solution with integrated design and validation tools.

In this webinar, discover how everything you need to design world-class automotive products is accessible in Siemens NX. Watch now!

Increasing global competition reduces vehicle time to market, bringing the need for robust, lightweight designs

As the automotive industry becomes more complex, automotive companies need a flexible design approach to keep and maintain a competitive edge. NX is the next-generation design platform with the tools that remove barriers to innovation by enabling:

  • Design optimization to minimize material use while meeting design requirements
  • Lightweight vehicles using new materials
  • A single platform for electro-mechanical design
  • Validation upfront before going into production
  • Faster decision making

Easily switch from the physical model to the digital twin with NX for additive manufacturing

Siemens NX provides 3D design capabilities to deliver the comprehensive digital twin for the next generation of design improvements. It offers tools to design and engineer the next generation of optimal designs for additive manufacturing. Automotive manufacturers and suppliers can take additive manufacturing from prototyping to production using NX’s integrated geometry compensation for thermal distortion, build tray setup, support structure generation, and build processors.

Increase vehicle design speed and productivity using knowledge-based engineering

Generative design uses algorithms to automatically cycle through numerous design variations to find the optimal solution based on defined constraints without the need for human intervention. Automotive manufacturers and suppliers can use this knowledge-based engineering approach to:

  • Make lighter designs to meet future requirements
  • Arrive at the best design early
  • Reduce time-to-market