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SeisWare International Inc. develops, markets and supports SeisWare™ software, an all-inclusive, PC-based seismic interpretation package.
Version 7.0 of SeisWare software introduced the 3D Seismic Visualizer application, powered by Open Inventor, which brings powerful 3D visualization capabilities to this innovative interpretation software.
Geoscientists use the SeisWare 3D Seismic Visualizer application to view sub-surface data in three dimensions. This demonstrates how their ... Read more
OPTIMAD selected Open Inventor as the core 3D visualization component for the CAMILO 3D-surface design tool for aerodynamic optimization.
OPTIMAD (Optimization Methods for Aerodynamic Design) develops advanced analysis, design, and optimization software for solving complex fluid-dynamical phenomena in nearly every industry: automotive and aeronautical engineering, urban flows, turbomachinery, and more.
CAMILO (Computer Aided Manipulation by Level-set for Optimization) is a tool ... Read more
Rocco Arpa, Senior R&D Engineer at OPTIMAD
Cars, two-wheel vehicles, trucks, construction machinery, tractors, aircraft… Michelin provides innovative solutions for the different operating conditions corresponding to each vehicle. To make this challenge a reality, they develop dedicated tire analysis software solutions. These solutions need to be very interactive and the visualization of 3D nonlinear data must be accurate to validate design solutions. Nowadays, 3D visualization is essential to validate design solutions at all s... Read more
Jacques Charreyron, Michelin
Tremendous advancements in sensors, communication networks, mobile devices and cloud-based technologies along with their decreasing prices have enabled the Industrial Internet of Things. The two major consequences observed are the exponential growth of collected process data in industrial processes and the need for visualizing it on mobile devices…Read more