Trip Report: Modelon at Vehicle Electronics and Connected Services 2018

On April 12th -13th, Modelon participated in the largest automotive event in Northern Europe, the Vehicle Electronics and Connected Services conference. Held in Gothenburg, Sweden, over 900 automotive experts from multiple OEMs were in attendance to discuss this year’s theme “Autonomous, Electrified and Connected”.

With this theme in mind, Modelon experts brought our vehicle and electrification capabilities to light. Modelon’s Vehicle Dynamics Library and electrification capabilities offer automotive OEMs quantifiable benefits that enable the advancement of electric vehicle systems.

Specifically, Modelon’s Vehicle Dynamics Library provides a comprehensive set of predefined components which allow customers to model a wide variety of vehicles, from passenger cars to heavy trucks, and enable true multi-body, multi-domain simulation with real-time performance. We’re also bringing to market advanced electrification simulation capabilities that integrate seamlessly with our automotive and thermal solutions libraries and enable customers to expand from modeling conventional vehicle systems to hybrid and all-electric vehicles. Our focus is on allowing customers to optimize, predict efficiency and performance, develop controls, and ensure the quality of subsystems to full vehicle systems - making it easier to bring state-of-the-art electric vehicle designs to the market faster.

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Soheil Bashirinia is a Business Development Manager for the Nordic region. Soheil has worked at Modelon for three years and is based out of Gothenburg,Sweden. He holds an MSc in Engineering Physics from Chalmers University of Technology. 

Thomas Fickenscher is a Director of Business Development for the European region (excluding Nordics). Based in Shrewsbury, UK, Thomas has been in commercial software sales for 15+ years and has been at Modelon now for a year. He holds a Mechanical Engineering degree with a focus on combustion engines from University of Applied Sciences Zwickau. 


by Soheil Bashirinia and Thomas Fickenscher