Capability: Failure Modes | Computer Aided Engineering 2021 Market Report Table of Contents
- Cambashi CAE Market Observatory
- Definition of the Failure Modes Capability
- Market Size
- Size & Growth of Failure Modes Capability
- Position of “Failure Modes” Capability Within CAE Market
- For each of the Top 5 vendors:
- Size & Growth
- Position for Provider within Failure Modes Market
- Position of “Failure Modes” within Provider
- Other Providers
Data in this Computer Aided Engineering Market report is provided in “Software Revenue” and “Total Revenue” terms.
- “Software Revenue” includes CAE-related software licences, maintenance, and subscription revenues. It excludes provider services and non-CAE-related software revenue.
- “Total Revenue” includes CAE-related provider services in addition to CAE-related software revenue. Third-party services are excluded.
Data is provided in U.S. Dollars (USD) and relate to Provider Revenues. Reseller margin and sales tax are excluded. All data is for the Worldwide market in 2021, unless otherwise stated. The data used in this snapshot is from the Cambashi 2021 CAE Observatory.
Forecasts and other data in this workbook are based on economic data from various sources published during early 2021
The CAE Observatory was built in conjunction with industry specialists to help plan and develop the dataset, as well as contribute research and validation. The data is based upon multiple sources and viewpoints of the market, the most important being primary research of vendors. The model feeds additional information and industry knowledge from other stakeholders and the Cambashi Market Observatories.
The CAE software industry is constantly evolving. Due to mergers, acquisitions and ongoing research, the list of included providers and products will change over time. This is a continual process.
Scope covering the CAE Market
2D and 3D physics based, simulation/analysis software, and related services using discretisation methods (e.g., Finite Element, Finite Volume, Finite Difference, Discrete Element, Meshless Methods, …).
Model Based Systems Engineering. From an overall system perspective, numerical models of components and systems behaviour (e.g. Modelica, AmeSim, …) are excluded. This might include 0d & 1D controls; physics simulation/analysis software and related services.