John Simkin and Chris Riley in conversation

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In this exclusive video series, Chief Scientist John Simkin and Engineering Manager Chris Riley discuss how the electromagnetic simulation software Opera FEA began, addressing the important part played by the role of science and accuracy in inspiring its beginnings. They talk about the various different collaborations through the software’s 30 year history, which have helped customers and further developed the software’s capabilities, how the software has adapted to the changing pace of new technology, the integration of multi-physics applications, future challenges and the principle that has underpinned every change: Opera FEA’s unflinching commitment to accuracy.

The origins of Opera Simulation Software

Chief Scientist John Simkin and Engineering Manager Chris Riley discuss how the electromagnetic simulation software Opera FEA began, addressing the important part played by the role of science and accuracy in inspiring its beginnings.

The value of collaboration

John Simkin and Chris Riley discuss the collaborations electromagnetic simulation software Opera FEA has been involved with, and how these have helped customers as well as further developed the software’s capabilities.

A focus on accuracy

John Simkin and Chris Riley discuss how, throughout changes to technology and developing customer requirements, the Opera FEA software has maintained and continuously improved the level of accuracy it offers.

Developing multi-physics capability

John Simkin and Chris Riley discuss how Opera FEA has developed different multi-physics applications to help customers solve their varied simulation challenges, including stress analysis and thermal analysis.

Future challenges

John Simkin and Chris Riley discuss how electromagnetic simulation might evolve in the future, and some of the challenges designers may face when simulating design prototypes.
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