Skip to content

Siemens’ latest Simcenter Testlab release now available

By Siemens Press Release

Siemens Digital Industries Software announces the latest release of the Simcenter Testlab software suite, designed to help engineers make quicker decisions by increasing productivity in testing scenarios through new capabilities. It has been specifically designed to offer test teams all the capabilities they need to innovate products under tight schedules. Now, test-based data is used not only for validation and certification, but also earlier in the development cycle, during simulation and design.

Simcenter Testlab Neo Sound Quality_Hi.jpg
Simcenter Testlab Model-based system testing (MBST) closes the loop with simulation, enabling system validation based on a combined physical and virtual test.

The latest version introduces brand new technologies, as well as a series of functional enhancements. These include:

  • To advance model-based development, model-based system testing uniquely closes the loop with simulation and enables system validation based on a combined physical and virtual test.
  • Component-based transfer path analysis (TPA) predicts full-system noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) performance earlier in the development cycle by combining component models and measurements.
  • In response to NVH challenges in vehicle electrification, the latest release covers the new minimum noise standards for Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System (AVAS), introduces active sound design to create brand-specific sounds, and enhances sound quality engineering with high-quality interactive audio and video replay.
  • The latest version of Simcenter Testlab adds numerous extensions to Simcenter Testlab™ Neo software– the next platform for test-based engineering— and to the other Simcenter Testlab solutions. It sets higher standards in critical focus areas, such as greater productivity, increased confidence, better insight, and easier collaboration, maximizing the benefits of using the digital twin.                                                                         

Learn more about these enhancements through this video and find more on the Community.

 

Related Articles

  • Latest Videos

  • Connect With SME Media

Always Stay Informed

Receive the latest manufacturing news and technical information by subscribing to our monthly and quarterly magazines, weekly and monthly eNewsletters, and podcast channel.