Audi Sports' Winning Le Mans R10 Diesel Engine Developed with PTC(R) Software Solutions.
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PMTC Professional Multimedia Test Center ), the Product Development Company[R], today announced that Audi Sport, the motorsports division of Audi AG, will shortly complete its 11th consecutive year of successful motor sports partnership with PTC. Audi Sport deploys on PTC's Product Development Solution - including Pro/ENGINEER[R], the CAD/CAM/CAE solution, and Windchill[R], the information and process management system - to develop its winning race cars for both the German Saloon Masters (DTM DTM
dermatophyte test medium. ) as well as the program with the Sport Prototype including the "24 Hours of Le Mans." Windchill PDMLink[R] has been deployed to capture and manage all product development information to help maximize engineering productivity for the Audi Sport development teams. It also enables collaboration between the Audi Sport team and the Audi brand group as part of their ongoing technology transfer.
In a spectacular achievement, the Audi R10 TDI TDI - Transport Driver Interface won both its maiden race at the 2006 "12 Hours of Sebring" and the 2006 "24 Hours of Le Mans." It was the first diesel engine to win either of those events. The Audi R10 sports prototype A sports prototype is a form of racing car that is used as a top category in sports car racing. These cars are purpose-built racing cars, commonly referred to as simply prototypes is a testament to the power of the Product Development System. In only 10 month's development time, the Audi Sports engineering Sports engineering is a field of engineering that involves the design, development and testing of sports equipment. The equipment used by athletes has always gone through technological design and development based on current knowledge and understanding. department in Neckarsulm, Germany developed and built a revolutionary 12 cylinder diesel engine that excels in both torque and power output. In its first Le Mans participation ever, the R10 TDI not only achieved the fastest lap In motorsport, the fastest lap is the quickest lap run during a race. Some series, like A1 Grand Prix and the GP2 series, award bonus points to the driver/team with the fastest lap. ever, but also covered a new record distance of 380 rounds in 24 hours.
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"Partnering with leading race teams like Audi Sport is a vital element in PTC's strategy to provide leading edge solutions," said Martin Walters, director of automotive product and market strategy, PTC. "With the necessity to be on the grid on next Sunday's racing event, a product development system needs to be fast, reliable and effective. Working successfully against the extreme time pressures in racing clearly proves that our technology meets the needs of the automotive industry The automotive industry is the industry involved in the design, development, manufacture, marketing, and sale of motor vehicles. In 2006, more than 69 million motor vehicles, including cars and commercial vehicles were produced worldwide. , where shorter product development cycles are day to day business."
From Formula 1 to NASCAR NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing), organization that sanctions American stock-car races, est. 1948. It held its first race in Daytona Beach, Fla. to America's Cup sailing, the world's best performance teams partner with PTC to support their advanced and demanding design, development and manufacturing projects.
About Audi Sport
Since Audi has revolutionised rally sport at the beginning of the 1980s with the quattro drive, AUDI AG demonstrates with exceptional motor sports successes what the company slogan "Vorsprung durch Technik Vorsprung durch Technik (pronounced /ˈfoːɐʃpʁʊŋ dʊɐç ˈtɛçnɪk " truly means. AUDI AG positions itself as the sportiest manufacturer in the premium segment. In 2006 the company supports its engagement with a particularly extensive and ambitious motor sports commitment: A total of ten Audi A4 DTM cars are set to contest the DTM, one of the most popular racing series alongside Formula 1. Parallel to this involvement, Audi is the first automotive manufacturer to win in the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans with a diesel engine.
About PTC Solutions for the Automotive Industry
PTC solutions for automotive are designed to meet the product design and product life cycle management needs of both OEMs and suppliers in the automotive industry. PTC provides 3D design, product data management and collaboration solutions to over 1400 automotive manufacturers including 8 of the top ten suppliers and 3 of the top 5 OEMs.
PTC (Nasdaq: PMTC) provides leading product lifecycle management (PLM (Product Life cycle Management) A comprehensive information system that coordinates all aspects of a product from initial concept to its eventual retirement. Sometimes called the "digital backbone" of a product, it includes the requirements phase, analysis and design ), content management and dynamic publishing solutions to more than 40,000 companies worldwide. PTC customers include the world's most innovative companies in manufacturing, publishing, services, government and life sciences industries. PTC is included in the S&P 500 and Russell 2000 indices. For more information on PTC, please visit http://www.ptc.com.
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