Assessing Augmented Reality content with Virtual Reality

Webinar by OPTIS ANSYS & Elektrobit

July 26th, 2018 | Automotive



Today, emerging concepts and technologies and the need to define functional specifications, quality targets, human factors and safety criterion all mandate prototyping and testing. However, physical prototyping of emerging technologies requires expensive vehicle customization and a physical prototype of the product.


Designing and developing an Augmented Reality Head-Up Display requires that a number of crucial factors, such as optics and human vision, are taken into account.


In this webinar, our speakers outline how virtual prototyping and testing can be leveraged to solve these challenges. Attendees will gain insight into Augmented Reality and how to virtually create, assess and test an AR HUD prototype in real-life driving conditions. 


60 mins



Keynote Speakers

Ludovic Manillier | Business Developper - Augmented Reality/HUD at ANSYS OPTIS

After working as optical engineer at Valeo, Ludovic Manillier joined Optis in 2002 to lead the integration of optical simulation technologies in the CATIA V5 platform.

Since 2015, he develops CAE and VR solutions for automotive HUD. He is graduated from École Nationale Supérieure de physique de Marseille with a MSc in Physics.


Dirk Spiesswinkel | Product Manager at Elektrobit

After using is skills as senior software engineer and project manager, Dirk Spiesswinkel is now working as Product Manager at Elektrobit where he is Managing product strategy & product management related activities for EB arware - EB's in-vehicle augmented reality solution.




What's new in SPEOS HUD 2018

Learn more about the solutions used to design, optimize and validate HUDs.