As engineering enterprises explore the value of accurate digital twins of their products, the need for a comprehensive understanding and inclusion of materials information becomes clear. But how do we harness that knowledge and create useful digital twins when the understanding of materials continues to evolve as new tests, analyses, and information become available?

At this webinar we announced and demonstrated the latest features in GRANTA MI Version 12. Watch it now and learn how it can materials-enable your digital twin, and company digitalization strategies.

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What you will learn

  • The advantage of a digital twin, enabled by accurate, traceable, and consistent materials information
  • How improved data management and analysis for additive manufacturing ensures traceable and accurate representation of AM parts
  • The importance of restricted substance risk and how new tools enable compliance at-a-glance across your product portfolio
  • How to materials-enable PLM, now covering 3DEXPERIENCE as well as Teamcenter and Windchill
  • What enhanced workflow, search, and scalability features mean for ensuring accurate and traceable materials information.

Who will benefit?

  • Senior management of: materials engineering, engineering, product development, simulation, additive manufacturing, composite qualification, and process improvement
  • Materials engineers, design teams, simulation analysts
  • Current GRANTA MI customers. See what’s new and learn from a practical case study.


Rob Davis is the Head of GRANTA MI Product Management at Granta Design. After completing his PhD on Model Validation for Control System Design at Cambridge University, he worked in a range of Engineering and Product Management roles in the UK and USA helping grow software-based products for business customers. Rob joined Granta in 2017.

John Parker is Product Manager for GRANTA MI at Granta Design. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering and worked as a Design Engineer before moving into software, initially in CAD. He held a number of positions in Cambridge-based software companies before joining Granta Design in 2016.