We currently reach many of our customers from home office by phone.
Attempts to see how the latest prototypes behave in practice have to wait. After all, not everyone has a private basement with a few hundred free square meters.
The required power connection is also likely brought to its knees if the engine is to be started up at 500 kW, not to mention the risk potential of one’s own youngsters.
If you do not want to wait for the end of the Corona-prescribed banishment into your own four walls, but are still curious whether your latest construction does what it is supposed to, we have an excellent alternative:
Virtual test rigs!
Whether submarine including the sea, skyscraper, pump or chemical plant: Everything fits in our computers, even if we work from home.
From explosion to earthquake, from crash to shock, our test rig works with approx. 250 watts without too much noise and pollution. And if the 250 watts are too weak, we send the data to our cluster. That takes a little more electricity … a lot more, but it doesn’t have to be in the basement of the private apartment.
But what’s more important than the soft and hard tools are the heads that sit in front of the computer. My employees have the experience to describe the right physics quickly and efficiently in models and to answer your questions that the normal test rig would otherwise provide you. In addition, you can pack the results in a way that your children understand them when they look over your shoulder.
You don’t have to leave your 4 walls to present your results either: Webex, Skype, Teams and Co. make it possible.
Not everything, but almost everything can be simulated.
The world after Corona will not be what it used to be. Perhaps this is the right start for you into the virtual world of testing.
And if you already have experience in this area, a little more knowledge is always possible.
Call us or send an email.
Describe what you would like to know. We will make you a corresponding offer quickly and without obligation.
Even if you don’t have a submarine on your computer, but you need one, we have it.