In today's world of interconnected smart technology, it is more important than ever to design products with an understanding of how their electrical components interact with one-another internally, as well as with other products and systems interfacing with the Internet of Things.
This is especially true with tools developed for 3D imaging technology like Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR). With a growing number of applications such as ensuring the safety of passengers in autonomous vehicles thanks to advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), LiDAR is on the cutting edge of today's more complex technological advancements, and thus requires a good deal of simulating to ensure safe, and effective real-world use.
ANSYS electromagnetics software can simulate performance across component, circuit, and system design, helping to achieve first-pass system design success, along with incorporating additional structural and thermal elements that can aid in ensuring secure and efficient packaging design.
Join PADT's Lead Electromagnetics Engineer Michael Griesi, along with Jeff Earls, Senior Electronic Device Engineer at TriLumina Corp., for a look at how ANSYS Q3D is being used to model LiDAR components.