Test and CAE simulation software application

  • 13-Oct-2016 01:21 EDT
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Aqira from HBM Prenscia (Tucson, AZ) is a brand-new software application that leverages existing nCode products and enables streamlined processes for durability, for both test and CAE simulation. According to HBM Prenscia, Aqira addresses the demanding requirements of engineers, managers and IT in an intuitive and efficient system. Using the latest technology, Aqira delivers an integrated engineering solution for all levels of users, across physical test and virtual simulation departments globally. It provides the ability to manage processes and share analytical processes, run nCode software fully over the web with no nCode software stored on user machines, create and use engineering apps, perform scalable, server-based analysis, benefit from cost-effective deployment and licensing, and control and track Prenscia Access license token usage. For more information, visit www.ncode.com/aqira/.

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