As well as exhibiting their latest Intelligent Engineering solutions, Claytex will be presenting the ‘Real Experience’ of using their products and services in the main theatre (more details to follow). You’ll also have plenty of opportunity to join Claytex and experience the technology within the exhibition whilst meeting and networking with senior professionals.
As a partner of the UKIEF since day one, Claytex take an active role in the exclusive UKIEF networking group. Join them, and many more, to unlock a wealth of experience and opportunities to solve your engineering issues today when you register at UKIEF.org.
For those new to Claytex, it is a consultancy and provider of systems engineering tools. They focus on the use of Dymola, Modelica and related tools and processes.
Claytex are international distributors of Dassault Systèmes portfolio of Systems Engineering tools which include Dymola, Reqtify, ControlBuild, AUTOSAR Builder and CATIA Systems. Claytex supply and support these tools in the UK, Ireland, South Africa, Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg.
Claytex also develop a number of application libraries using Modelica, the modelling language used in Dymola. These application libraries cover many different domains including mechanics, fluids, electrical, thermal and control and allow the complete system model to be defined, analysed and optimised using one environment.
Within Formula 1, NASCAR and IndyCar their solutions are used to simulate all aspects of the car and allow the teams to tune the interactions between the vehicle systems. Claytex also deploy the models throughout the organisation to make sure that everyone has access to the simulation models they need. This means that the models are embedded into the trackside tools, telemetry systems and Driver-in-the-Loop simulators ensuring consistency in the results obtained and decision making processes.
On their stand, Claytex will be showcasing how rFpro and Dymola can be used to support the development of ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) and autonomous cars. They will have a driving simulator that uses a Dymola vehicle model and rFpro demonstrating this capability. Using rFpro to provide the virtual test environment, they can support driver-in-the-loop and provide data feeds to the array of sensors (cameras, LiDAR, radar and ultrasound) all based off the same high-fidelity track model.
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Join the forum and Claytex
Enhance your Intelligent Engineering systems and processes at the UK Intelligent Engineering Forum (UKIEF), 5th April 2017 at the MTC, Conference & Training Centre in Coventry. More information and the opportunity to join the networking group today can be found at ukief.org.