Our company has found itself in the midst of rapid preparations for the TECHNO-FRONTIER exhibition which is opening soon. Here we will introduce one panel to be displayed from the contents of the JMAG booth.
The JMAG team continues to make progress in product development from the perspective of how to better contribute actual design workflow. Through large panel displays, our company would like to show all participants how using JMAG can help to overcome the long and difficult road that is designing from requirements, and verifying those designs.
What is required for a motor, which is the key component in vehicle electrification, is not only high performance as a component but also high conformance with the system. Model-based development using simulations is also gradually becoming an indispensable tool for motor development.
JMAG, which has a proven track record in motor design, proposes a new workflow for model-based development.
We look forward to the participation of everyone on the day of the event.
Organizer: Japan Management Association
Dates: From April 18(Wednesday) to April 20(Friday) 2018
Location: Makuhari Messe (Chiba,Japan)
Introducing JMAG Booth Display Content.
Motor Design Workflow
The solutions that JMAG offers in design-based workflow for automobile motor drive systems will be presented on panels.
4 panels have been constructed for “System Design”, “Component Design”, “Component Verification”, and “System Verification”. This content will provide participants with an overview the development process using simulations, complete with case studies.
Details regarding the techniques presented within the panel content are explained in our company white papers. Please come and experience what JMAG offers for yourself.
TECHNO-FRONTIER 2018 was held this year over the course of 3 days in dramatic and ever-changing weather, and the JMAG booth was visited by a large number of patrons. We thank you all very much for your participation.
4 panels at the JMAG booth introduced how JMAG is used in processes involving meeting system requirements, design, test verification, and evaluation of the final product, all based on design workflow for EV motor drive systems. This was explained through the panels themselves as well as company white papers. A demonstration of the soon to be released JMAG-Express Online was also presented.
All those interested are encouraged to contact JMAG distributors and engineers.
While participants observed the panels, each process was explained in detail and provided the opportunity for discussion. The counter table area also allowed participants to leisurely enjoy coffee while engaging in demonstrations and technical conversation.