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Shrinking time-to-market cycles, a very tight timeline to new BS VI norms along with growing consumer demand for eye-catching design in India is seeing software providers offer new tools aimed at optimising change in the automotive industry. Both OEMs and component manufacturers are leveraging virtual engineering tools to grow faster. Simulation as a working tool is proving to be an indispensable aid and has gone from replacing tests to verifying designs and also helping drive design itself. Autocar Professional’s annual ‘Software & Simulation Special’ is packed with a host of exciting news stories, informative interviews and the latest developments in the field. Find out what Dominic Gallello, president and CEO of MSC Software Corporation, has to say about simulation and how it is helping automakers and suppliers optimise efficiencies across various areas ranging from design to lightweighting to emissions and in the process also delivering substantial cost savings. Ricardo Software is among those companies which are eyeing huge opportunities in the Indian market in the wake of the upcoming BS VI norms. There’s also Detroit Engineered Products whose CAE-driven design tools are helping industry compress the product development cycle. iASYS Technology Solutions is bullish on its product validation management software for industry – find out how it can help improve efficiencies. The guest column for the fortnight is from Samir Yajnik, president, Global Delivery and COO – Asia Pacific, Tata Technologies on ‘Getting under the skin of a digitized shopfloor. Writing succinctly, he points out that organisations are starting to realise that the more they stall in full-fledged adoption of digital manufacturing, the greater becomes the chance of them losing their competitive edge and relevance in the market. All this plus the regular news, analysis and views.

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