February 26, 2014
DATADVANCE integrates with ANSYS, world leading engineering simulation technology provider
DATADVANCE, a Moscow-based software vendor specializing in data analysis and multidisciplinary optimization, integrates its pSeven data analysis and design optimization technology into ANSYS Workbench platform. pSeven and Workbench direct integration will allow ANSYS Workbench users to leverage the full power of advanced optimization and surrogate modeling algorithms available in pSeven. Workbench serves as a framework for its suite of advanced engineering simulation tools with an innovative project schematic view that ties together the entire simulation process, guiding the user through even complex multiphysics analyses with drag-and-drop simplicity.
“DATADVANCE continuously enhances pSeven and MACROS technology especially related to usability and third-party software integration, as these are the key requirements for today’s engineering environment. Optimization and data analysis processes have to be highly automated and user-friendly to become an integral part of any company’s design process. With ANSYS Workbench integration, we tend to combine one of the world’s most comprehensive multiphysics solutions with the advanced optimization capabilities to solve complex engineering challenges of the enterprises worldwide”, — says Sergey Morozov, DATADVANCE’s CEO.
“We’re proud to partner with cutting-edge organizations like DATADVANCE to help our joint customers push the design envelope,” — said Shane Moeykens, Strategic Partnerships Manager at ANSYS. “ANSYS’ systematic approach to evaluating multiple product designs across a range of conditions and parameters combined with DATADVANCE’s optimization technology drives innovation in a competitive marketplace.”
Both companies note an interest in deploying an integrated solution at various worldwide customers. DATADVANCE and ANSYS will continue working on increasing interoperability so engineers and product developers can spend more time designing and improving products and less time searching for data.