Virtual prototyping platform

  • 10-Jan-2011 03:18 EST
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ESI’s Visual-Environment 6.5 features an integrated and versatile virtual prototyping platform for improved productivity. Along with an optimized workspace, this new release of Visual-Environment includes general performance enhancements and updates to existing applications, all designed for increasing productivity and efficiency. Examples include a generic and consistent entity selection procedure to improve usability within the selection wizard as well as optimal layer management in the Visual-Viewer application, which enables the study of multiple models in one window. In addition to managing enterprise workflows and simulation content within VisualDSS and its web client, customers will also benefit from the Decision Support System (DSS) for complete design lifecycle management. Every application in Visual-Environment is updated with each new release. For instance, Visual-Crash PAM 6.5 features a new belt tool to create a multipoint seatbelt in just a few clicks and a new plot editor to visualize and edit curves, supporting the crash and safety simulation solver PAM-CRASH.

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