Newport Beach, CA – May 26, 2021 – MSC Software, a part of Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division, announced today it will host an eight-part webinar series
covering industry-shaping technology trends for the wind power industry. The Technology Tailwinds series will start on Thursday, May 27 at 10 a.m. EDT with Taking on Wind Energy Challenges presented by Dr. Xiaobing Hu, Director of Applied Solutions at Hexagon. Dr. Hu is a leading engineering consultant and subject matter expert in simulation software. The presentation has a particular focus on current wind energy challenges and how the adoption process can be accelerated with computer-aided engineering (CAE) simulation and data-driven inspection. A Q & A session will follow for additional audience engagement with Dr. Hu. To register for this free webinar, sign up here.
During the webinar, Dr. Hu will address the business and engineering challenges of developing and manufacturing next-generation wind turbines. Since 2007, he has been leading the team in the design and development of multi-MW (up to 11MW+) wind turbine drivetrains globally, and has helped customers achieve over 37 DNVGL certifications for new wind turbine designs. His presentation will connect the dots of solving key issues with comprehensive Hexagon engineering solutions that will improve wind turbine design and operations. For example, Dr. Hu will discuss how to enhance the durability and efficiency of wind turbine systems, while reducing their acoustic impact on the environment.
Each MSC Technology Tailwinds webinar event is designed to inform and update design and CAE engineers, quality inspection professionals, and factory managers involved in wind turbine design, manufacturing, operations, and MRO. The upcoming Hexagon series will focus on trending topics in the wind power industry such as the evolution toward large capacity turbines that will require advances in design, analytics, automation, inspection and maintenance. On a monthly basis, MSC Software will present fresh insights to help navigate the current business windscape through the use of touch point technologies and implementation strategies. Discussions will cover the key technology components and the best practices required to advance this unfolding next-generation of wind turbines systems, and ultimately accelerate clean energy adoption.
This comprehensive webinar series reflects Hexagon’s vision for the future where data is fully and autonomously leveraged so business, industry and humanity can sustainably thrive. The company believes its sustainability journey is determined by the role its products and solutions play in the market, as well as its own processes and actions, to seize the opportunity of our lifetime. To learn more about Hexagon’s five key sustainability focus areas, visit here.
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MSC Software, part of Hexagon's Manufacturing Intelligence division, is one of the ten original software companies and a global leader in helping product manufacturers to advance their engineering methods with simulation software and services. Learn more at www.mscsoftware.com. Hexagon's Manufacturing Intelligence division provides solutions that utilise data from design and engineering, production and metrology to make manufacturing smarter. For more information, visit hexagonmi.com.
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