THE SIMUMATIK Blog
Latest news & developments
Launch of the Simumatik Academy
The Simumatik team have launched the Simumatik Academy this month, giving our customers access to free learning content to assist them on their digital twin journey.
Simumatik contributes to a sustainable and efficient industry
Demand for Digital Twins is growing, both in industry and education. It is an important technology to support organizations in their digitalization journey and simplify working at home during the pandemic.
Seamless Platform Updates
Seamless updates can keep your software up-to-date without the headache of downloading and installing patches and upgrades.
Gateway Update - 3rd Parties
Simumatik has updated its gateway as open source, to enable greater connectivity to third-party hardware and software for users.
Friction & Bounciness
Systems in Simumatik emulate multiple aspects of how components interact, such as electronic ports, pneumatics and behaviour.
Options for modeling collisions
Simumatik gives the user total control with how to represent each component’s collision. You can easily create several collisions with different geometries.
Progress report - February 2021
Here we summarize our top platform developments and progress for our users. This month we talk about updates to the UI and the introduction of standard plan free trials.
Tips for using Blender with Simumatik
Some tips on utilising Blender to make awesome 3D assets in the Simumatik Platform.
How difficult is it to build a system?
Simumatik gives the user total control with how to represent each component’s collision. You can easily create several collisions with different geometries thanks to the help of the Component Editor.
Levels of detail in Emulation Models
Deciding the level of detail in a model is a crucial step. One of the most important things to keep in mind is there needs to be a trade-off between the time spent building the model and the actual economic benefit from using it.
Progress report - November 2020
Here we summarize our top platform developments and progress for our users. This month we talk about the new component editor, Python programming and further integrations.