Multi award winning JMDA Design in partnership with ESI Group a global leader in Virtual Prototyping Solutions (VPS) have an upcoming webinar on 23rd March at 1pm GMT, to explore how leading developers of child car seats evaluate, de-risk and build confidence in their designs at an early stage in the development.
The European Child Restraint Regulation and Consumer landscape is constantly changing bringing new challenges to developers of car seats to be introduced into the market in the next few years. Phasing out of ECE R44 and increased importance of recycling and sustainability have major implications on design and development programs.
Simulation offers opportunities to explore solutions to these new challenges. Optimising safety performance and addressing the increasing emphasis on consumer ratings as being the measure of poor, better, best, simulation presents opportunity to evaluate the design and to mitigate against poor results and the impact on sales.
Derrick Barker, Founder of JMDA Design explains there are a number of important points to takeaway from the webinar, “Simulation in child car seat design is becoming increasingly important as it de-risks the investment and builds confidence in achieving the best outcome. This webinar will help you identify and evaluate design solutions for sustainability and recycling. Plus, it will help you to optimise performance for consumer ratings and future proof the market and sales.” He adds “This webinar will also help you to plan ahead by understanding the detail under the skin and plan more efficiently. There will be additional information regarding optimising materials and structure to minimise unit cost, weight and waste. We look forward to welcoming you to the webinar.”
JMDA Design in partnership with ESI Group a global leader in Virtual Prototyping Solutions (VPS) have collaborated and served the occupant protection industry for many years. Join their upcoming webinar to see how leading developers of child car seats evaluate, de-risk and build confidence in their designs at an early stage in the development…. register now >>>