Ansys Simulation Superpowers on Full Display at 2023 CES
Dec. 8, 2022
CES is arguably the biggest tradeshow event of its kind. From January 5-8, the world’s most influential technology innovators will take over the Las Vegas strip. They’ll meet with customers, media, investors, and policymakers to talk about what’s next in consumer electronics, digital health, the metaverse, mobility, and other areas with a focus on transformational change through innovation.
For 2023, CES attendance is on track to double, with 100,000 attendees expected to visit more than 2,400 exhibits1 throughout the city. A third of the attendees are expected to travel from outside the United States.1
New developments in electric
and autonomous vehicle
technology, digital healthcare, AR/VR, and industrial robots
will be on full display, as will the latest consumer electronics.
Besides new tech, the show will have a focus on sustainability, and the power of technology to improve the lives of people around the world. This year, CES is partnering with the World Academy of Art and Science (WAAS) in support of the United Nations’ mission to provide human security for everyone. It’s a philosophy built around the idea that everyone is entitled to food, healthcare, clean air, and water, along with political and security rights. CES will spotlight how technology is positively shaping the future to make human security more universal.
Taking a Leap of Certainty with Simulation
The ability to test, iterate, and simulate what comes next is the value proposition at the heart of what we do at Ansys. Our simulation software gives designers, engineers, scientists, and researchers the freedom and confidence to validate their biggest ideas and leap ahead to what’s next. In the process, the discoveries they make lead to innovations that can help solve society’s greatest challenges, including sustainability, and ultimately improve the quality of life for all.
Many of our customers will be at the show to share their simulation success stories.
What happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas? Not this time around.
Our superpowers will be on full display at booth 4401 showcasing how the transformative power of simulation can lead to big, world-changing technological advancements. Several Ansys customers aligned with the show’s sustainability theme will be featured, including:
Bianchi, a bicycle manufacturer that uses simulation to optimize both frames and their related components specifically for e-bikes.
Praan, an R&D company that uses simulation to build technologies with the ability to remove particulate matter and greenhouse gases from the air.
Turntide, a breakthrough sustainability and electrification technologies developer that uses simulation to develop breakthrough technologies supporting vehicle
electrification and sustainable motor systems in other sectors.
Auto-talks, an expert in V2X technology that is showcasing its ZooZ communication device targeting the growing number of cyclist fatalities for safer micromobility.
Ansys will also have a presence in the Microsoft booth, where you can learn more about our partnership with the technology giant and its role in enabling an intelligent cloud and an intelligent edge.
We look forward to seeing you at CES this year, whether you’re an existing or a potential customer on the way to that next big idea. Be sure to stop by booth 4401 to learn how simulation is changing how we approach mobility, high-tech, and healthcare for the better.
“CES on Track for Record Post-Pandemic Growth,” ces.tech.com, November 30, 2022.