On March 19-20, 2019 we held the second edition of the ESTECO Technology Days in the beautiful Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Los Angeles, CA. The theme of the event was Aerospace Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (MDO) to put focus on a very exciting and growing market. The two-day event featured presentations by customers, technology updates by ESTECO and a workshop on the web-based collaboration framework VOLTA.
ESTECO is one of the exhibitors of the CAE Forum, taking place in the framework of the Hannover Messe, 1-5 April, 2019. ESTECO experts are available at booth L46 in Hall 6. During the Forum, ESTECO's Alexandre Mugnai will present 'CAE Process Automation and optimization' and 'ADAS system analysis: a way to assess the function's performance'.
Our technology helps OEMs to reduce vehicle weight, increase fuel efficiency, improve aerodynamics, validate autonomous driving systems, ensure optimal level of safety and comfort standards.
ESTECO announces that VOLTA Release 2019 Spring is officially available with significant improvements in the users experience. While maintaining software quality and high performances, the latest edition of ESTECO technologies expands its usability to a different level with advanced data intelligence and new Machine Learning algorithms. From an extension of the Autonomous Optimization mode to RSMs, to a brand new RSM tool, supporting multiple optimization sessions, the work of engineering design has never been so smooth.
Our technology enables airplane manufacturers to improve fuel efficiency, structural performance, aerodynamics and many other aspects in order to satisfy consumer and regulatory constraints.
We will exhibit at the community stand of the CAE-Forum (Hannover Messe 2019), where we will also present the application of our technology in the Industry 4.0.
We congratulate the University of Warwick on getting funds from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) for new Centers for Doctoral Training (CDT): Mathematics for Real-Word Systems (MathSys) and Modelling of Heterogeneous Systems (HetSys).
Jamal van Kastel, graduate student in Building Technology at the Delft University of Technology, used modeFRONTIER as a part of a computational design workflow. This allowed to generate and process building performance data of a large set of sports hall design alternatives and visualize this data in a highly-interactive, game-like data environment.
The new industry collaboration and technology alliance Revolution In Simulation, created to accelerate innovation through the democratization of engineering simulation, announced