The goal is to support design, engineering, and architecture teams with multiple people who use simulation in medium and large enterprises.
The new SimScale Team Plan allows teams to share and work on a ‘single source of truth’ for all of their projects – live and interactive.
Users can assign a dedicated success engineer to a customer’s account, but a shared dashboard contains all projects created and worked on by a team, helping keep everyone in the loop and work visible.
“With these enhanced features, SimScale is responding to the needs of our users to work on simulation projects simultaneously versus sequentially, saving time and enabling a much more iterative design process,” said SimScale VP product Jon Wilde.
“It is exciting that they can now collaborate from any location, while using such a powerful, browser-based simulation platform.”
With traditional desktop applications, virtual testing can only be done sequentially and in silos, which leads to long design iteration times.
In addition, sharing simulation results in a traditional setup usually means sending back and forth static reports via email. The information between stakeholders can quickly get out of sync, making knowledge sharing and collaboration difficult.