We are pleased to announce the release of Caedium (v2.0.1), which includes the world's first automated simulation telemetry system for posting images to TwitPic and posting associated messages (tweets) to Twitter. This new feature is useful if you want to check on the progress of a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation while you are away from your simulation's host machine and you have access to Twitter. It is also a great way to share CFD simulation progress with other colleagues on Twitter in real-time.
TwitPic Posted by Caedium and Viewed in the Power Twitter Firefox add-on
We are pleased to announce the new Caedium RANS Flow add-on for Windows and Linux as part of the latest release of Caedium (v2.0). Caedium is a unified simulation environment which can be extended using add-ons into a complete Computer-Aided Engineering system for fluid flow analysis.
See how Caedium, our unified simulation environment, and its add-ons (e.g., Caedium Professional) compare to other Computer-Aided Engineering tools in the "Computer-Aided Engineering at a Glance" table within the Desktop Engineering (September 2008) article "Analysis Meets Design" by Laurie Toupin.
We are pleased to announce our latest Caedium release (v1.2) now supports Linux as well as Windows. Caedium is a unified simulation environment which can be extended using add-ons, such as our Professional add-on, into a complete Computer-Aided Engineering system for fluid flow analysis.
Symscape and Caedium recently hit the headlines in an article by Jeffrey Rowe for Cadalyst entitled Analysis for the Masses with CAE 2.0. The article draws parallels between the Web 2.0 movement, typified by websites such as YouTube, and our Computer-Aided Engineering for All mantra.
We are pleased to announce the release of Caedium v1.1.0. Caedium is our freely available foundation and viewer for our expandable Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) system. Caedium incorporates advanced interactive 3D visualization.