Personal fitness is a key factor in promoting longevity and health. However, athletes of all types are prone to injury, the risk of which increases as we get older. How can Simcenter help us stay healthy and train like elite athletes?
Everyone agrees that lifelong personal fitness is a key factor in promoting longevity, as well as mental and physical health. After all, no one wants to be 60 and immobile. How can we get fit and have a longer life with reduced injuries?
With Siemens solutions, Polar Electro was able to overcome their biggest challenges such as connectivity, having faster development cycles, and mastering the variations of their products.
How do you push the design boundaries of helmets without compromising safety? Lazer Helmets developed a digital twin using Siemens solutions and realized a more innovative approach.
Surfboards have evolved over hundreds of years. We ask the question, “would using a digital twin approach design even better, more responsive surfboards?”
HEEDS and Simcenter help Trek discover better solutions faster for the design of their bicycles. They increased the number of analysis iterations executed while significantly reducing compute and product design time.
Siemens solution enables EXEPT to go from concept design to product launch in less than a year. This is done by using a virtual environment allowing for tailor made designs, reduced prototyping, and optimized tooling costs.
Using Simcenter solutions, Magic Boards takes on an important challenge to deliver professional surfboards personalized to individual surfer style and wave conditions.
ASICS Corporation maintains their leading-edge position through the continuous pursuit of excellence. Performing simulation early in the product development process is the key advantage.
US Sailing Team
In Olympic sailing, the smallest improvements in hydrodynamics can lead to giant leaps in performance on the racetrack. The US Sailing Team uses NX and Simcenter to deliver those improvements.
Siemens Digital Industries Software
It’s been 40 years since Polar introduced the first wrist-mounted wireless heart-rate monitor. Today, in a data-obsessed world, wrist-mounted personal health and fitness devices are ubiquitous.
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.