- Why Spatial?
- Developer District
“Working with Spatial enables our small and highly competent development team, staffed by the top experts from the industry, to focus on our core competency: numerical simulations. Thus, we are able to respond quickly to changes in the dynamic technology environment and new requirements from our customers.”
CEO, FVA GmbH
“The result is that Exa’s customers output better performing products at a reduced cost and accelerated time to market. PowerDELTA applies parametric feature modeling and history tree model management to the process of simulation model creation and update, reducing mesh prep time from days or even weeks to hours.”
Director of Product Management, Exa Corporation
“Working with Spatial enables us to focus on our core technology competence. Because we have a reliable modeling engine available to us, we are able to concentrate our eff orts on the usability part of the interface. I think this has been very well recognized in the market; and it’s something that would not be possible without Spatial”
Marketing Director, CST
“This partnership enabled us to provide advanced import capabilities to our customers with a development time of a few months, while we would have needed years to develop the same tools ourselves. It opens as well new markets for our main product FLUX, such as the computation of electrostatic and dielectric behaviors, where the complexity of shapes and devices makes essential advanced import capabilities.”
Sales Director, CEDRAT
FVA's solutions serve the entire driveline industry (automotive, industrial, aviation, marine, rail, and wind) with software capable of highly sophisticated and detailed simulation of the system behavior of virtual gearboxes and detailed analysis of individual driveline/gearbox components. Whether used in the early stages of design or to verify existing gearboxes, FVA's software package enables customers to visualize complex gearboxes in 3D while modeling system behavior, such as deformations and kinematics.
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