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Last week OnScale were silver sponsors at IEEE IUS 2019 in Glasgow. The event was extremely successful, and we were delighted that so many event attendees were attracted to our booth. We’d like to thank everyone who stopped by booth #14 to speak with us!
We are very excited to announce the expansion of our Glasgow Office, following a £450,000 Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) grant from Scottish Enterprise.
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend our Optimizing MEMS R&D with OnScale workshop in Boston. The workshop covered the capabilities and technology of the OnScale approach to semiconductor, MEMS, transducers, and sensors simulation. We also discussed the future of engineering simulation and how OnScale helps engineers to increase productivity and reduce time and cost.
In this blog post we discuss the key solver capabilities that OnScale provides to RF engineers designing acoustic filters. We describe the process of simulating different resonators based on surface acoustic wave (SAW) and bulk acoustic wave (BAW) technology.
We are excited to announce that we will be hosting an OnScale workshop in Burlington, Massachusetts on August 27th! Join to learn about the capabilities and technology of the OnScale approach to semiconductor, MEMS, transducers, and sensors simulation. Hear from world-class experts about the future of engineering simulation and how to overcome its challenges. Experience hands-on how OnScale’s software can enhance your workflow reducing the need for physical prototypes and achieving more design wins.
Sensors are all around us. There are a dozen or so in your smartphone, and dozens more in your laptop, tablet, TV remote control and drone. There are perhaps hundreds in your car, thousands on commercial aircraft and reusable rockets, that will one day take us to the moon, mars, and beyond...
OnScale is happy to announce a newly released Electromagnetic (EM) solver capability, now available on the OnScale Cloud platform. In this blog post we describe the new Electromagnetic (EM) solver in OnScale, designed specifically for next generation antenna array optimization, photonic waveguides, radar for ADAS systems, and many other use cases. Watch full webinar here! Optical waveguide examples and results
The integration of OnScale within BeamTool 9 gives users the capability to quickly and easily simulate their inspection set up and visualize the complete inspection performance. The plug in capabilities include full FEA solvers, mode conversion, defect scattering and the ability to run 1,000s of parallel simulations. As well as enabling improved inspection designs, the use of simulation in the Non Destructive Testing (NDT) process allows BeamTool users to save time and money. New exotic materials and complex components require advancements in NDT, thus simulation is key to design, evaluate and optimize new inspection setups quickly. What is BeamTool?
Technology is both becoming more interactive and connected, from Alexa to digital factories of the future. Sensors are the gateway to transforming the physical to the digital realm, yet they are often the limiting factor in the overall performance of the system. Sensor technology has exploded recently due to the advances in MEMS and semiconductor processes. These advances are helping to serve market demand at a very low cost. Ultrasonic fingerprint sensors are highly sophisticated and compact ultrasonic phased arrays, that have been adapted for manufacturer and semiconductor processes and compressed into a footprint that is small enough to fit into one cell phone. The most profound example of the explosion in sensor technology is the Internet of Things (IoT) movement. This is also known as “the trillion sensors initiative”. The movement predicts an ever-increasing amount of connected sensors in our environment. All this translates into a huge global market for sensors that is growing at a healthy rate year over year. In this post we’re going to explore how simulation can accelerate IoT innovation and reduce design cycles by describing several real-world examples, which we ran in OnScale.