Comet Solutions Inc., the innovative provider of SimApps for simulation-driven design, announces a partnership with Brian Wilson of Advanced Drivetrain Engineering & Technology (ADET). This partnership further strengthens Comet’s expertise and commitment to providing solutions to designers and manufacturers of transmissions, axles, industrial gearboxes and other power transmission products.
Wilson brings to Comet over 25 years of experience in the design, test and analysis of rotating machinery. His experience includes Romax Technology Inc. where he served as Chief Technology Officer, Ford Motor Company where he held the position of NVH Technical Specialist and work as a consultant for SDRC (now Siemens PLM). He currently serves as Vice-Chair on the AGMA Sound & Vibration Committee and sits on ASME’s Power and Transmission Gearing Committee.
Wilson will focus on expanding the market for Comet’s existing drivetrain-related SimApps and guiding Comet product line expansion in order to broaden coverage of drivetrain engineering. In addition, the partnership delivers deep technical support and service for Comet customers to receive the most impact from their investment in Comet.
Dan Meyer, Comet Solutions President and CEO, comments, “We are excited that Brian will join our team and add his credentials to Comet’s list of expert resources. Leveraging Brian’s CAE software, test systems and consulting expertise further advances Comet’s commitment to deliver innovation within practical applications. Brian is a natural fit for our organization and vision, and we look forward to the many benefits he brings to our growing customer base.”
Wilson says, “Comet is emerging as a key player within the world of simulation-led new product development. After a thorough investigation of Comet’s unique approach to CAE engineering, it was apparent to me that we share a common interest of putting advanced tools and technology in the hands of designers and analysts. I am excited to add my experience with that of Comet to further automate and streamline drivetrain-development processes.”