Flowmaster Launch Automotive Version of V7
Flowmaster announce the launch of the Automotive variant of their
flagship product Flowmaster V7.
This technology rich architecture supports Flowmaster’s vision within the automotive industry to: fully support the Digital Car, bringing analysts and designers together to facilitate collaboration and enable thermo-fluid system design at an Enterprise level.
“Undoubtedly, the role of the automotive systems analyst is shifting; they are being tasked with helping to define new methodologies and manage the integration of these into the design process, in addition, they still need to work on complex design issues! This natural progression highlights interesting new challenges, for example: How can design rules and methodologies be captured? How can complex models be ‘locked down’ for use by less experienced engineers? Which results are associated with each model configuration? Flowmaster V7 Automotive leads you down this path whilst empowering engineers to share data in a secure collaborative environment.” says Automotive Product Manager, Morgan Jenkins.
The product is the realisation of four years development. Working closely with automotive organisations around the world to understand their challenges, Flowmaster has defined a solution that will solve many of their problems. All this functionality is built upon a modern software architecture that facilitates a powerful and flexible approach to integration and customisation, where a true competitive advantage can be realised.
Dozens of new automotive components have been introduced along with advanced tools that enable the analyst to quickly find, manipulate and audit the data used within any simulation. A powerful database manages the knowledge and facilitates collaboration amongst design teams within a secure, auditable environment. As ever, Flowmaster V7 Automotive has been developed within rigorous quality standards, ISO9001 and TickIT audited by DNV, and all models are upwardly compatible from the prior release.
Date: June 21, 2007