Design and Engineering 

Product Development

CAE Consulting

Technology Consulting

OSS Implementation

Computer Aided Engineering 

Product Life Management (PLM)

Production  Management

Quality Management

R&D Support

Computational Engineering


High Performance Computing

Cloud Computing


Finite Element Analysis

Computational Fluid Dynamics

Multi-Body Dynamics

High Performance Computing 

Flow analysis Gear Box

HVAC analysis room

Analysis Crank shaft

Flow through orifice

Flow analysis manifold

Meshing of Heat Exchanger

Analysis Heat Exchanger

Analysis of Bellows

Open Source Powered Engineering

Flexibility and Freedom

The trade-off is flexibility and freedom. Unlike closed proprietary software, OSS can be altered and extended by any developer familiar with the source code. This grants organizations freedom from “vendor lock-in” and assures long-term viability

Cost Benefit

The cost benefit alone makes Open Source Software highly appealing. The vast majority of OSS is freely distributed. But OSS is said to be “free as in kittens” and not “free as in beer”—it requires maintenance, configuration, and on-going support.

Security and Accountibility

As thousands of independent developers working on the project worldwide, the result is a vast peer review process that ensures security and accountability.




A rarely-understood benefit of Open Source software (any software where the source code is published) is it’s auditability.By publishing the source code, authors make it possible for users of the software to have confidence that there is a basis for  every claims.