Friday, 30 July 2021

OptimiSE Issue 7 Out Now - An Automotive Systems Engineering Special

 


We are thrilled to invite members of the automotive and wider engineering sectors to read the latest issue of OptimiSE Magazine.

Automotive engineers build some of the world's most complex assets and nowhere is the complexity of technology more evident than in the modern vehicle / platform.  Engineering vehicles with a much greater demand for advanced driver functionality comes with a huge number of challenges.  So, with that in mind, and with so many landmark innovations under way, we felt it fitting to dedicate Issue 7 of OptimiSE Magazine to the automotive industry.

This latest magazine is filled with features dedicated to automotive engineering and manufacturing.  On Page 8 we pose some thought around how automotive players can maximise customer value.  Those working in highly specialised, bespoke production will find this particularly useful.  Compliance is a major factor to consider right now, and for those currently navigating Automotive Software Performance Improvement and Capability dEtermination (ASPICE) and other automotive standards, we have a feature on Page 6 which looks at how you could automate this effort seamlessly with the IBM® Engineering Lifecycle Management solution.

OptimiSE Magazine is completely FREE to read.  To read the digital edition and to subscribe, visit: www.optimisese.co.uk

Prefer to flick through the pages?  We will happily send you a copy, simply email: cet@synthesys.co.uk

Friday, 2 July 2021

SyntheSys Confirms its Membership with Silverstone Technology Cluster

 


As our foothold in new and existing markets grows and, in a bid to strengthen our knowledge and connection in advanced manufacturing and engineering markets, SyntheSys is thrilled to announce its membership with the Silverstone Technology Cluster (STC).

STC exists to help advanced engineering, electronics and software businesses in the wider geographical area surrounding Silverstone.  Bringing like-minded companies together and encouraging them to collaborate is very much at the heart of what the STC does, and as a not-for-profit organisation supported by founding members such as Barclays, Buckinghamshire Council, EMW Law, Grant Thornton, Hexagon, Silverstone Park and West Northamptonshire Council, it aims to deliver what its membership requires, without chasing any political or financial agendas.

Pim van Baarsen, CEO of Silverstone Technology Cluster commented:

‘’SyntheSys’ membership with the cluster strengthens our diverse and growing members network and I am pleased to have them on board.  We look forward to working with them and create mutually beneficial collaborations with fellow members, and I am sure there will be a lot of opportunities to do so.’’

We are eager to engage and collaborate with the impressive cohort of members.

To read more about STC, visit: https://www.silverstonetechnologycluster.com/

If you would like to learn more about engineering services, visit: www.synthesys-technologies.co.uk.  To speak to us directly about our STC membership or your current programmes, contact us by emailing: info@synthesys.co.uk