Simulation has become an essential solution in many engineering problems in today’s industry. From airplanes or automobiles to consumer products such mobile phones, or also medical technology, simulation is broadly used in the design process for gaining knowledge.
This large growth has two main causes: the computing power has incredibly risen and allows to run calculations that some years ago were unthinkable, as well as the computing costs have deep sunken. The second reason is the complexity of the products. Through the years the requirements are higher in every industry, asking for better products.
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Many engineering processes involve repetitive tasks. Concretely analysis engineers working in simulation, which work is mostly at the computer, spend most of the time doing repetitive tasks. Meanwhile important tasks requiring engineering expertise represent a small amount of work time.
This ends up with inefficient processes, communication issues, long design cycles and frustration at work. Our mission is to solve these problems and make possible for the engineers to spend their valuable time in more creative and fulfilling work, so that our customers are able to create more innovative products and improve their efficiency.
Nowadays there are no automation possibilities for many of these interactive tasks. While existent automation solutions use the Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), which run in the background and are difficult to implement, we believe that our approach through the Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) allows the understanding of geometrical representation and the automation of interactive tasks.
Time savings and higher efficiency are the direct benefits. The liberation of repetitive tasks allows the engineers to better communicate and develop innovative products
Available methods like Computer Vision and Machine Learning are used to provide geometry understanding and interaction with models
The typical processes are already integrated and embeeded in the tool for the most common simulation packages without need of personalization