Engineering Software (CAD/CAM/CAE/CFD, etc.) (185)
Providers of software for CAD, CAM, CAE, CFD and other engineering applications.
Altair Engineering, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Product design consulting services, including design development, engineering, test validation and information management. Develops high-performance engineering software technology for visualization, simulation, and process automation including Altair® Hyperworks® suite of CAE software.
Altia, Inc. in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Provides embedded systems graphics software, including simulation graphics and graphics code generation, for the automotive industry.
ANSYS Canada, Ltd. in Waterloo, Ontario.
Provides computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solutions and support. Products include computational fluid dynamics software.
ANSYS ICEM CFD Engineering in Berkeley, California.
Designs and markets software for pre- and post-processing of engineering applications such as computational fluid dynamics and structural analysis.
ANSYS, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Designs and markets software for pre- and post-processing of engineering applications such as computational fluid dynamics and structural analysis.
ANSYS, Inc. in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania.
A developer of CAD tools and technologies. Provides computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solutions and support. Products include computational fluid dynamics software.
ANXeBusiness Corporation in Southfield, Michigan.
Operates the ANX network, a virtual private network that offers electronic procurement and collaborative engineering services to the automotive industry. Virtual Services, Inc. is a supplier of CAD/CAM software including Catia V4 & V5 and Unigraphics NX, training, implementation services, consulting, and technical support for compliance with the requirements of General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Honda, Toyota, Nissan, etc.
Applied Dynamics International in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Provides software and hardware tools to the automotive and other industries for the design and test of embedded control systems. Features include real-time hardware-in-the-loop simulation, rapid prototyping of ECUs (SIMsystem), and embedded controller software development (BEACON, BEACON for Simulink/Stateflow, and the Automatic Unit test Tool).
aPriori in Concord, Massachusetts.
A provider of enterprise product cost management software solutions.
Ashlar-Vellum in Austin, Texas.
A provider of CAD and 3D modeling software for designers and engineers. Features include integrated NURB surfaces and ACIS solids modeling, CAD symbols, lightworks rendering, interoperability, and support for both Macintosh and Windows platforms. Other features are seamless transition between CAD products plus a rendering engine and animation options.
Autodesk Canada Company in Toronto, Ontario.
Develops 3D graphics software, custom development and training solutions for the automotive, industrial design and other markets. Applications include design visualization, data analysis, event reconstruction, simulation, etc.
Autodesk, Inc. in San Rafael, California.
Suppliers of AutoCAD software.
AutoForm Engineering USA, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of software modules used for the design of sheet metal parts and stamping dies. Specialized modules are available for each phase of the product development cycle and do not require FEA expertise. Modules are compatible with all CAD software (IGES, VDAFS), and are available in PC/NT and UNIX versions.
Automated Software Technology, LLC in East Lansing, Michigan.
A developer of PC-based test, measurement and control systems specializing in LabView software design.
Autonomous Solutions, Inc. in Mendon, Utah.
A provider of robotic test driving systems and software.
AutonomouStuff, LLC in Morton, Illinois.
A supplier of autonomous vehicle system software and components.
Boothroyd Dewhurst, Inc. in Wakefield, Rhode Island.
A provider of design for manufacturing & assembly (DFMA) software tools.
Breault Research Organization, Inc. in Tucson, Arizona.
A provider of CAD-based optical design software and engineering services. Products include APEX and ASAP optical analysis software programs, which provide quantitative evaluation of system performance for applications from the design and analysis of dashboard lightpipes and dome lights to headlights and turn signals. Software is interoperable with CATIA® and fully integrated with SolidWorks®.
BuildIT Software Solutions Ltd. in Montreal, Québec.
A provider of advanced surfacing, part inspection and real-time geometry-based tool building software solutions and services.
CADCAM-E.COM, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
An engineering services and software development company focusing on CAD software development and related engineering. Provides data translation and visualization software and product configurators. Engineering services feature multi-discipline CAD/CAM/CAE design, engineering, analysis, data translation and software development.
Cadence Design Systems, Inc. in San Jose, California.
A supplier of electronic design technologies, methodology services, and design services. Applications include the design of high-performance electronic systems and integrated circuits (ICs).
CADint USA, Inc. in Sun City, Arizona.
A provider of CAD/CAE/CAM software.
CAMO Software, Inc. in Woodbridge, New Jersey.
A supplier of multivariate data analysis software.
Capvidia North America LLC in New Ulm, Minnesota.
A provider of engineering software applications. Features include data translation, quality checking, visualization, markup, and advanced surface manipulation functions.
CD-adapco Group in Melville, New York.
A provider of computational engineering simulation software solutions including computational fluid dynamics and finite element analysis codes, expert system tools and training and engineering/consulting services. Capabilities include structural/thermal finite element analysis and CFD analysis.
CGTech in Irvine, California.
Specializes in numerical control (NC/CNC) simulation, verification, optimization, and analysis software for manufacturing.
Chelexa Design & Engineering, L.L.C. in Canton, Michigan.
A provider of design and engineering services for the automotive, heavy truck and other markets. Capabilities include CAD design, engineering, tooling, injection molding, measurement services, prototyping, and production. CAD systems include SDRC I-Deas, PDGS, Unigraphics and Catia.
Cimatron Technologies, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A developer of integrated CAD/CAM software solutions for the tooling industry.
Comfort Motion Technologies™, LLC in Anderson, Indiana.
A provider of software used in vehicle seat multi-position sensing applications.
Compuplast Canada, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario.
A provider of engineering/simulation software and services for injection molding, thermoforming, blow molding and extrusion.
Computer Sciences Corporation in Falls Church, Virginia.
Provides information technology (IT) services. Automotive industry expertise includes supply chain optimization, integration of vehicle and consumer electronics, product development as well as manufacturing throughput.
COMSOL, Inc. in Burlington, Massachusetts.
Provides software solutions for modeling and simulation of physical phenomena and multiphysics. Products include FEMLAB with features to simultaneously model any combination of phenomena in 1D, 2D and 3D, for all fields of engineering and science. Applications include structural analysis, heat-induced stress, fluid dynamics, electromagnetic components, combustion and catalysis, and fuel cells.
Creaform, Inc. in Lévis, Québec.
Provides reverse engineering and 3D digital technologies associated with laser scanning: laser scan and reverse engineering, design and styling support, digitalization and cad services, 3D product library, and 3D inspection.
Cruden, Inc. in olis, Indiana.
Designs, manufactures and integrates open architecture driving simulators for automotive and other applications.
CSM Software USA, LLC in Livonia, Michigan.
Provides engineering services and software. Automotive application areas include body-in-white, powertrains, chassis, suspension systems, interiors, seating, roofing systems, roof mechanisms, exhaust systems as well as heating, ventilation and cooling (HVAC).
CT CoreTechnologies, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A provider of collaboration software products.
D2T America, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of powertrain development and calibration services as well as test bed engineering and related equipment. Specializes in automation system software, data acquisition system hardware, dynamometers, and electronics for engine and powertrain testing. Products include asynchronous dynamic dynos, dyno control racks, dyno power modules, torque conditioning, eddy current dynamometers, throttle actuators, chassis dynamometers and radiator blowers. Areas of expertise include hybrid and electrical powertrain design and validation.
Danlaw, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A supplier of computer systems and software engineering products and services, including a proprietary software development tool, MxVDev™. Specializes in the design, development and testing of real-time embedded systems focusing on the automotive industry.
Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corporation in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Develops and markets Windows-based 3D CAD software for design, analysis, and product data management.
Datacolor in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.
Provides an integrated suite of software products, measuring systems, and supporting services that provide centralized control of the color management process. Automotive applications include paint, plastics, and textiles.
Data Physics Corporation in San Jose, California.
A manufacturer of signal processing solutions including dynamic signal analyzers, vibration controllers, shakers and accessories.
Data Translation in Marlboro, Massachusetts.
A designer, manufacturer, and provider of USB data acquisition (DAQ) modules, USB and Ethernet (LXI) measurement instrumentation, and software solutions for the test and measurement market.
DEP Autoline, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Provides computer-aided-engineering (CAE) services and CAE software development.
Design Profit, Inc. in Williamston, Michigan.
A provider of product design software solutions.
Dewesoft, LLC in Whitehouse, Ohio.
A supplier of test instrumentation and software. Automotive application areas include on-road testing, durability testing, powertrain and e-mobility testing as well as extreme environment testing.
Dimensional Control Systems, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of dimensional quality software and related services. Products include variation analysis and quality management system (QMS) software.
Diversified Technical Systems, Inc. in Seal Beach, California.
A provider of stand-alone testing products, including software, for automotive and other applications such as in-dummy instrumentation systems, barrier, sled and static deployment applications.
DP Technology Corporation in Camarillo, California.
A supplier of computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software.
dSPACE, Inc. in Wixom, Michigan.
Provides tools for embedded controller development and testing including real-time integrated hardware and software for prototyping control algorithms, automatic generation of production code, controller testing and calibration. Systems offered consist of processors, I/O, and real-time software that integrates with MATLAB/Simulink.
DSP Development Corporation in Newton, Massachusetts.
Develops and markets data analysis, acquisition, and scientific visualization software for scientists and engineers in diverse technical fields, such as automation, data analysis, data acquisition, process control, digital signal processing, and test and measurement. Products include DADiSP. Automotive applications include engine vibration testing.
Dyne Systems Co., LLC in Jackson, Wisconsin.
A supplier of dynamometers, controls, and software systems.
Eastman Machine Company in Buffalo, New York.
Manufactures a wide range of manual and automated cutting machines, spreading equipment, material handling systems and CAD/CAM software. Capabilities range from standard cutting machines to high-tech computer driven continuous cutting and spreading conveyor systems.
Eclipse Automotive Industry Working Group in Ottawa, Ontario.
An open source initiative to define and implement a standard platform for the software development tools used in the automotive industry.
EKK, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A provider of metal casting process simulation software as well as consulting services.
Elysium, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A provider of CAD data translation software to enable the translation of all geometry from one CAD system to another. Other products include a tool which enables CAD integration within a PDM environment. Platforms supported include ABAQUS/CAE, Autodesk (Inventor and Mechanical Desktop), Dassault Systèmes (CATIA, SmarTeam, SolidWorks, Spatial, ACIS), PTC Pro/Engineer and UGS (NX and I-deas NX, JT, ParaSolid) as well as industry standards IGES and STEP.
Engine Control & Monitoring in Santa Clara, California.
Develops, manufactures, and sells hardware and software tools used for vehicle powertrain development, calibration, and testing such as fast air-fuel ratio (lambda) meters, engine blow by meters, and vehicle data stream diagnostic software.
Engineering Dynamics Corporation in Beaverton, Oregon.
A provider of simulation software for vehicle design and safety research.
Engineering Technology Associates, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A software development and engineering company specializing in automotive CAE applications. Products include metalforming-simulation software.
ESI Group North America in San Diego, California.
Provides software and engineering services for the integration of noise, vibration and shock into the design cycle. ESI Group's vibro-acoustic software portfolio now includes: VA One, the first integrated software offering full-frequency spectrum analysis capabilities; AutoSEA2, the industry standard for real-time broadband noise and vibration prediction analysis and design software; RAYON, the low-frequency solution for characterization of complex noise sources and prediction of vibro-acoustic performance including trimmed structures; NOVA, a software package dedicated to the design of multi-layered acoustic components; and FOAM-X, a data acquisition and post-processing software for identifying the acoustic properties of poro-elastic materials from impedance tube measurements.
ESI Group North America in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Provides software and engineering services for digital simulation for prototyping and manufacturing processes. Applications include crashworthiness, occupant safety, biomechanics, NVH, stamping, casting, welding, composite forming, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) & computational electromagnetics.
ETAS, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A supplier of engineering tools, applications and services for automotive embedded control development, testing and calibration. Products include ECU development tools, real-time operating system architecture tools & diagnostic and service solutions.
Eurocal Group, LLC in San Francisco, California.
Provides software engineering services. Automotive application areas include safety, infotainment, telematics, M2M, etc.
Exa Corporation in Burlington, Massachusetts.
Develops, markets, and supports design and engineering process simulation software software including PowerFLOW, fluid flow simulation software, and provides engineering consulting services.
Factory Physics, Inc. in Bryan, Texas.
A consulting company that provides a scientific framework, tools and training to optimize performance of manufacturing supply chains. Also provides software support tools.
FANUC Robotics America, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of robots, software and controls. Application areas include painting, assembly, machine tending, parts transfer, spot welding, arc welding, laser processing, cutting/grinding/deburring/polishing, waterjet cutting/routing, and dispensing robotics.
FARO Technologies, Inc. in Lake Mary, Florida.
A provider of three dimensional quality control products for manufacturers in the automotive and other industries including portable measurement and imaging solutions such as contact point-to-point instruments, computer-aided measurement software, and non-contact scanners.
Fisher/Unitech in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of product lifecycle management software solutions. Application areas include PLM, CAID, CAD, CAM, CAE, PDM, KBE, reverse engineering and rapid prototyping. Products include SolidWorks CAD software, SolidWorks Enterprise PDM, etc.
Flow Science, Inc. in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
A provider of computational fluid dynamics software solutions.
Fluke Corporation in Everett, Washington.
Manufactures, distributes and services electronic test tools and software ranging from electronic installation, maintenance, and service to precision measurement and quality control. Product applications include data logging, calibration systems and software.
Forming Technologies Incorporated in Burlington, Ontario.
A developer of computer-aided engineering software for design, costing, and formability of sheet metal components.
Fuel Tech, Inc. in Warrenville, Illinois.
A provider of solutions for air pollution control and process optimization problems. Also a provider of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) visualization software.
FunctionSIM, LLC in Pinckney, Michigan.
Provides software products and services in the area of multibody dynamic simulation.
Gamma Technologies, LLC in Westmont, Illinois.
A provider of CAE software for engine, powertrain and vehicle applications.
Generalety, LLC in Canton, Michigan.
A provider of engineering and staffing services. Specializes in computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE). Application areas include sheet metal stamping; vehicle crashworthiness, durability, NVH, & dynamics; as well as computational fluide dynamics (CFD). Products include stamping tools and fixtures.
Geometric Solutions in Warren, Michigan.
A provider of PLM software solutions, training and support services.
Geometric Technologies, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A global engineering and technical staffing company specializing in complex manufacturing, assembly and distribution processes. Engineering services include product development, analysis, industrial engineering, packaging, logistics, material flow, ergonomics, facilities and equipment, process development, special machine design, weld systems design, surfacing and more. Also specializes in virtual simulation studies through a Digital Manufacturing Center of Excellence.
Gerber Technology in Tolland, Connecticut.
A supplier of integrated computer hardware and software systems to help improve the efficiency of information management, product and pattern design, nesting and material spreading, handling and cutting processes of automotive interior suppliers.
GHI Systems, Inc. in San Pedro, California.
A supplier of desktop and portable PC-based instrumentation systems for high speed data capture and analysis of shock, vibration, strain, pressure, etc. Products include compact linear and rotary horizontal shock test machines as well as rotary random vibration test machines.
Gibbs and Associates in Moorpark, California.
A developer of CAM/CNC programming software that supports 2 through 5-axis milling, turning, mill/turning, multi-task simultaneous machining and wire-EDM and available in either an integrated off-line or controller-embedded shop floor programming configuration as well as provides fully integrated manufacturing modeling capabilities such as 2D, 2.5D, 3D wire frame, surface, and solid modeling.
Global Embedded Technologies, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A provider of software and hardware solutions for power management systems (vehicle power systems). Consulting services include data acquisition and test system development, data management and analysis and electronic module development.
HBM, Inc. in Marlborough, Massachusetts.
A supplier of complete measuring chains including data acquisition systems, from sensors and transducers through signal processing to analysis and visualization software. Automotive applications include engine, transmission and other drivetrain testing, road load or crash testing and stress analysis, and test cell instrumentation in both development engineering and production test phases.
HBM-nCode in Southfield, Michigan.
A provider of durability management solutions. Offering data acquisition hardware, fatigue analysis software, and custom durability solutions for streamlining the engineering process.
HEM Data Corporation in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of data acquisition and analysis software for a wide variety of application including acquiring data from cars, trucks, buses from their in-vehicle network using CAN and other protocols as well as analog, digital, and GPS data. Application areas include development and manufacturing to acquire, analyze, store/retrieve, display, and monitor data.
Hi-Lex Automotive Technical Center in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
Activities include sales, engineering, prototyping and product testing. Application areas include electromechanical devices, control cables, window regulators, sunroof subassemblies and prototypes.
Hi-Techniques, Inc. in Madison, Wisconsin.
Designs, manufactures, and markets high-speed data acquisition systems and components including turn-key combustion analysis systems. Products include engine combustion software which captures, processes, and displays information for the analysis of combustion and related signals.
Humanetics Innovative Solutions, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A designer and manufacturer of crash test dummies, instrumentation and related test equipment. Designer of finite element models for crash test simulations. Provides sensor installations including strain gauges.
IAV Automotive Engineering Inc. in Northville, Michigan.
A powertrain engineering service provider in the fields of powertrain calibration, algorithm and software development, and system design for gasoline and diesel engines, transmissions (automatic, manual, AMT and DCT) and hybrid systems.
ICAM Technologies Corporation in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec.
Develops, sells and supports a technology that interfaces computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software to computer controlled machine tools. Products include CAM-Post (NC Post-Processor Development Tool), ICAM Custom NC Post-Processors, ICAM training services, and ICAM consultation services.
IMAGINITiT Technologies in Owings Mills, Maryland.
A design automation software and technology services provider of solutions to assist in the design, development, and management of projects, products, and facilities. Services include technology consulting, implementation, integration, training and support. Integrators of Autodesk and PLM software.
InfinityQS International, Inc. in Fairfax, Virginia.
A provider of real-time statistical process control (SPC) software and services.
Infolytica in Montréal, Québec.
A provider of CAE software for magnetic, electric, and thermal analyses for high and low frequency devices.
In-House Solutions, Inc. in Cambridge, Ontario.
A provider of CAD/CAM, DNC, portable CMM and robotic software solutions.
INORA Technologies, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Provides manufacturing measurement solutions. Applications include measurement of hidden seal gaps on closures and part fixtures; verification of accuracy and capability of CMM equipment and CNC machine tools; and math engine software data analysis.
Integrated Engineering Software in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Specializes in Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) software for electromagnetic, thermal and structural design and analysis. Develops field solver software for modeling of electric fields, magnetic fields, eddy currents, particle trajectory and beam optics, full-wave high frequency fields, power electronics and electrical drives. Also provides high and low frequency electromagnetic, electromechanical and electrothermal CAE tools.
Intellicosting, LLC in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of product costing data software.
Intelligent Light in Rutherford, New Jersey.
Provides post-processing tools and research for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) applications. Developer of the FIELDVIEW family of software products and applied research and/or customer development.
Intrepid Control Systems, Inc. in Madison Heights, Michigan.
A provider of high technology software and electronics engineering services with a focus on automated PC based measurement and control.
IPG Automotive USA, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A provider of simulation solutions in the areas of virtual test driving, ADAS, maneuver- and event-based testing, general vehicle dynamics, test systems, engineering services, control systems, and fuel efficiency.
ITI TranscenData Americas in Milford, Ohio.
A provider of consulting, software products and related integration services.
Kyowa Americas, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A. manufacturer of strain gage, strain gage type sensors, data acquisition system, and software.
Lambda Research Corporation in Littleton, Massachusetts.
Provides automotive illumination and lighting engineering software, TracePro and the TracePro Bridge for Solidworks and illumination engineering consulting services. Expertise includes LED lighting, light pipe design and analysis, stray light analysis, illumination design and analysis, and software development.
Lean Design Canada, Inc. in Toronto, Ontario.
A provider of lean design consulting services and tools.
Lectra Systems, Inc. in Smyrna, Georgia.
Designs and distributes software and CAD/CAM equipment to industrial users of textiles, leather and other soft materials. Applications include 3D soft trim design, airbag fabric cutting, leather cutting, automotive fabric mass production, pattern design, plotting and spreading.
Lectronix Corporation in Lansing, Michigan.
A provider of turnkey hardware and software technologies for automotive and other applications in the areas of vehicle control and infotainment.
LMS North America, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Provides solutions for functional performance engineering in mechanical product development such as CAE software, testing systems, and decision support infrastructure to allow engineering teams to refine designs based on dynamic behavior including motion, ride, handling, structural integrity, vibration, acoustic, NVH, and fatigue lifetime. Capabilities also include vehicle development support from overload contracting and troubleshooting, technology transfer, up to co-development projects.
Magsoft Corporation in Clifton Park, New York.
A provider of electromagnetic and thermal modeling software programs for the design and optimization of devices and processes including electrical motors, alternators, coils, solenoids, magnetic sensors, induction heat treatments.
Maplesoft in Waterloo, Ontario.
A provider of engineering software tools.
Materialise USA, LLC in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of additive manufacturing software.
MAYA Heat Transfer Technologies, Ltd. in Montreal, Québec.
Provides mechanical engineering simulation software solutions and services. Specializing in integrated thermal and fluid flow simulation for the automotive industry. Applications include underhood and engine cooling, electronics-thermal, head lamp and lighting analysis, exhaust and underbody thermal, fuel systems, brake systems thermal management, and interior climate control.
MCS ReAnsys in Cave Creek, Arizona.
A supplier of 3-D mechanical CAD/CAM/CAE software solutions.
MEA Forensic Engineers & Scientists Ltd. in Richmond, British Columbia.
Provides investigational services for vehicle collision, material and product failure cases. Exclusive distributor of PC-Crash collision simulation software.
Mecanica Solutions, Inc. in Montréal, Québec.
A provider of engineering services to the automotive and other industries. Expertise includes PLM solutions and technologies.
Mechanical Simulation Corporation in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Develops and distributes software packages for simulating the way cars and trucks respond to driver controls under different user-defined environmental conditions.
Mechatronics Inc. in Northville, Michigan.
A provider of customized CAD/CAE/CAM/WEB solutions for the automotive and other industries.
Mentor Graphics Corporation in Wilsonville, Oregon.
A provider of software and hardware design solutions in the area of electronic design automation. Provides electrical and electronic (E/E) design tool solutions for the automotive market. Application areas include design, analysis and engineering of electrical distribution systems and associated harnesses, automotive networking and electric and electronic sub-systems. Also provides embedded system/software for in-vehicle network design.
Minitab, Inc. in State College, Pennsylvania.
A provider of statistical quality improvement software for data analysis and presentation.
Mirabilis Design, Inc. in Sunnyvale, California.
A provider of system design software for performance, architecture, power and functionality exploration of embedded systems, ASIC, FPGA and networked systems. Automotive applications include performance analysis, power estimation, bottleneck identification, platform selection, software task allocation, hardware-software partitioning and availability analysis as well as the modeling and simulation of different levels of abstraction including performance/queuing, transaction/cycle-approximate and cycle-accurate/instruction-accurate.
Movimento, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Provides tools and expertise required for the design and development, manufacture, service, and maintenance of advanced automotive electronic systems and communications networks.
MSC Software Corporation in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of software tools that automate the product design and manufacturing process. Capabilities include the ability to model, simulate, and analyze suspension design, vehicle dynamics, engine, powertrain and driveline, durability, and noise, vibration and harshness by combining mathematical models of subsystems and simulating full-vehicle performance on a virtual test track or in a virtual test lab. Products include MSC.Nastran, MSC.ADAMS, and MSC.Patran. Features include the ability to share design attributes and simulation results among global engineering teams and suppliers to evaluate and optimize performance.
MTS Systems Corporation in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
A supplier of integrated ground vehicle development solutions including durability, performance, and drivetrain testing systems; noise and vibration engineering and analysis software; and motion platform subsystems for human factors research.
Müller-BBM VibroAkustik Systeme, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Develops and provides computer-based recording and analysis systems for sound and vibration capture. Capabilities include NVH and dynamic signal test, measurement and analysis systems for test cells, laboratory and in-vehicle applications. Products include software for sound quality, DOE, psychoacoustics, structural analyses, jury evaluation, combustion analysis and benchmarking.
NEi Software in Westminster, California.
The developer of NEi Nastran finite element analysis (FEA) software for structural, thermal, dynamic, fatigue, and optimization for the automotive industry. NEi Nastran solvers work with industry pre/post processors such as Patran, Hypermesh, Ansa, Femap and shares files with other Nastran codes like MSC and NX. Specialized element technologies, robust contact capability with automatic 3-D surface contact, model reduction and sub structuring, load and boundary condition interpolation allows mapping of CFD and thermal data to structural models.
Northwest Analytics in Portland, Oregon.
A supplier of software for plant floor data collection, monitoring, network and web-based SPC analysis and reporting that integrates with other manufacturing management software for enterprise wide quality and process management reporting.
NUMECA USA, Inc. in San Francisco, California.
A provider of flow physics simulation software. Features include CAD importation and repair, mesh generation, flow computation, solution analysis, etc. Engineering services provided include flow analysis, mesh generation and software development.
Numerical Control Computer Sciences in Irvine, California.
Provides CAD/CAM solutions including multi-axis machining, solid modeling, postprocessors, NC verification and machine simulation software.
Opal-RT Technologies, Inc. in Montréal, Québec.
A supplier of hardware, software and expertise to provide real-time engineering simulation solutions such as enabling technologies, turnkey engineering simulators, and consulting services that include systems integration, software development, simulation and modeling, problem-solving, and training.
Optical Research Associates in Pasadena, California.
An optical engineering services organization and developer of the optical design software packages CODE V®, used for the optical design of image-forming lens systems, and LightTools 3D solid modeling product for illumination design and analysis.
OPTIMUM Power Technology in Morgan, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of engine performance design, engine management systems, and combustion analysis software and data acquisition systems.
OPTIS North America, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of light simulation software.
Parametric Technology Corporation in Needham, Massachusetts.
A provider of packaged software product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions and custom technology in the areas of CAD/CAM, CAE, PDM, visualization, as well as supplier and customer collaboration.
Perceptron, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Provides 3D laser scanning equipment and information-based process improvement solutions for non-contact measurement and inspection applications.
Pi Innovo, LLC in Plymouth, Michigan.
A provider of electronics and software solutions for the automotive industry for engine controllers, gearbox, HEV and distributed architecture, telematics systems, body control, instrument clusters, vehicle infotainment and systems engineering training. Products include the OpenECU range of automotive-grade controllers, available in volumes from 1-100,000 for a wide range of applications including engine, gearbox, chassis and emissions controls.
Plastic Flow, LLC in Hancock, Minnesota.
A provider of software for flow simulation in polymer extrusion and injection molding.
PMC Systems Limited in Jackson, Ohio.
A designer of automation control systems. Application areas include plant equipment & process lines.
Pointwise, Inc. in Ft. Worth, Texas.
A provider of CFD meshing software. Products include Gridgen software which serves as an enabling software bridge connecting computer aided design (CAD) software and analysis software such as computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and finite element analysis (FEA).
PolySync Technologies, Inc. in Portland, Oregon.
A supplier of autonomous vehicle middleware layer software designed to facilitate the research, development, and deployment of autonomous vehicle systems.
Presagis in Montreal, Québec.
Develops software tools and components for building human-machine interface, simulation and visualization applications.
ProModel Corporation in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
A provider of simulation-based, predictive analytic decision support software and services. Application areas include strategic and portfolio planning, predictive project planning/management, supply-chain optimization, plant layout, process improvement, and accelerated lean/six sigma implementation.
Prosig (USA), Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
Specializes in noise & vibration measurement solutions. Manufacturers, markets, and supports data acquisition equipment, and acquisition & analysis software used in vehicle, R&D, manufacturing and quality audit testing. Services include software training. Product application areas include noise, vibration & harshness (NVH) measurement; vibration conditioning monitoring systems; rotating machinery measuring solutions; modal analysis systems; acoustic measurement solutions; vibration measuring systems; fatigue & durability monitoring systems; sound quality measurement solutions; and balancing solutions.
PROSTEP, Inc. in Birmingham, Michigan.
A provider of CAD/CAM and product data lifecycle management (PLM) solutions.
Q-DAS, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
An SPC software solution provider with expertise in the development of computer based statistical analysis methods. Turnkey solutions for plant wide measurement, test and assembly systems.
Reaction Design, Inc. in San Diego, California.
A provider of device and system-level software modeling tools and services, including combustion and exhaust systems with detailed gas/heterogeneous chemistry for engine and component development applications.
Realtime Technologies, Inc. in Royal Oak, Michigan.
Specializes in graphical simulation and modeling, offering simulation software applications, consulting services, custom engineering solutions, as well as software and hardware development. Applications include multibody vehicle dynamics.
ReliaSoft Corporation in Tucson, Arizona.
A provider of reliability engineering, software, education consulting and services.
Stat-Ease, Inc. in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Provides statistical software, training and consulting services for design of experiments (DOE).
Strategic Manufacturing Solutions, LLC in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturing and engineering consulting firm. Areas of expertise include 3-dimensional plant and facility virtual design and modeling.
Synopsys, Inc. in Mountain View, California.
A provider of software used by systems designers to design and verify mechatronics systems for power distribution, data/control networks, drivetrains, and wiring/cabling primarily for automotive and aerospace applications.
TASS Americas in Livonia, Michigan.
A provider of occupant safety simulation software; active safety systems and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) simulation software; and tire modeling in vehicle dynamics simulation software as well as related engineering services.
Tata Technologies, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
Provides full vehicle engineering, design, consulting, training, and software/hardware product sales and support.
Tec-Ease, Inc. in Fredonia, New York.
Provides products and training for the manufacturing environment in the fields of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T), blueprint reading, coordinate measuring machines, mathematics (including statistics, design of experiment and six sigma) and ISO.
Technalysis, Inc. in Indianapolis, Indiana.
An engineering, consulting, and software development company specializing in solving complex flow and heat transfer problems in product design and manufacturing. Specialties include computer-aided engineering and software development. Products include engineering design software.
TES International, LLC in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of advanced engineering software applications and consulting services for complex thermal, electrical, and structural systems. Specializes in electronics cooling software systems.
The AEgis Technologies Group, Inc. in Huntsville, Alabama.
Specializes in modeling & simulation (M&S) and micro/nanoscale technology development. Provides products and services for modeling and simulation, including expertise in high level architecture (HLA); object-oriented analysis and design; simulation and software development, integration, and analysis; verification, validation, and accreditation programs for software and simulations; and electro-optic/infrared technology and systems. Automotive application capabilities include representing the powertrain, energy and power management systems, and controls for a variety of vehicles.
The Capitol Group in Madison Heights, Michigan.
Provides CAD services including design and illustration, design program support, translations, data transfer (EDI/ANX/IMI), rapid prototype, scanning, and document management.
The Mathworks, Inc. in Natick, Massachusetts.
Software providers of MATLAB, Simulink, Stateflow and all associated toolboxes and blocksets. Training and consultancy services also available.
Theorem Solutions, Inc. in Loveland, Ohio.
Provides CAD 3-D translation solutions and process automation software for the international engineering community.
ThermoAnalytics, Inc. in Calumet, Michigan.
Develops thermal modeling and infrared analysis software for engineering design and analysis. Capabilities include engineering and software consulting services in the areas of CAD model development, heat management analysis, computational fluid dynamics simulation, and IR signature prediction. Products include RadTherm, a thermal analysis software program for integrated design and analysis of heat transfer related systems.
Translation Technologies in Liberty Lake, Washington.
Provides software that enables feature based CAD translations between CATIA V4; CATIA V5; Unigraphics; Pro/E; I-deas; and SolidWorks as well as patented analysis software that utilizes point cloud technology to check for equivalency between translated CAD files.
Tridiagonal Solutions, Inc. in San Antonio, Texas.
A provider of process performance enhancement and product development solutions. Areas of expertise include computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling and simulation. Services include process performance enhancement and product development in the areas of fluid flow and heat transfer. Automotive applications include air filters, clutches, head & tail lamp cooling, intake manifold flow transient simulation, airbag inlation simulation, in-cabin simulations, catalytic converters, etc.
TST Tooling Software Technology, LLC in Clarkston, Michigan.
A provider of CAD/CAMCAE software for the tooling industry. Application areas include mold, fixture, dies, patterns, etc.
United Radio Automotive Electronics in East Syracuse, New York.
A provider of audio-related bench testers and programming tools, support services as well as logistics and warehousing for the automotive and other industries.
Vibrant Technology, Inc. in Scotts Valley, California.
A developer of tools for post processing vibration and acoustic test data.
V I Engineering, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A software engineering consulting firm providing computer-based test, measurement and automation solutions for R&D, engineering development and manufacturing organizations.
Welding Technology Corporation in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Designer and manufacturer of resistance welding controls and related data acquisition systems.
Wonderware Corporation in Lake Forest, California.
A provider of Windows-based automation and information software products and solutions, based on the ArchestrA architecture from Invensys. Applications include the enabling of real-time automotive and industrial plant decisions.
Xanalog Corporation in Billerica, Massachusetts.
Provide CAE and CASE tools for control system design, development, and testing and vehicle dynamic simulation. Products include simulation software, code generation software, hardware-in-the-loop real-time testing systems and rapid controller prototypers. Applications include ABS controllers, traction, engine, transmission, and suspension controls.
X-Rite, Incorporated in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Provides enterprise color management solutions for measuring, selecting, matching, formulating, evaluating, and communicating color in all phases of product development, manufacturing and finishing.
Zebra Imaging, Inc. in Austin, Texas.
Produces three-dimensional holographic visual images of complete vehicles.
Zontec, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A developer of quality management and statistical process control (SPC) software for data collection, charting, analysis, monitoring, messaging and reporting. Features include real-time operation, extensive gage interfacing, web-data collection, monitoring and reporting and a scalable architecture for standalone, LAN or enterprise-wide implementation.