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SimDesign is a privately held software design company that creates specialised software for the automotive and aeronautical industry. SimDesign is based in Hellevoetsluis, The Netherlands.

Most popular internal links

  • DtpDocuments - Add full Desktop Publishing power to your applications.
  • NativeXml - A native object pascal XML parser and writer.
  • NativeJpg - Delphi library that allows you to read, write and display Jpeg images

Specialization

Some of SimDesigns main areas of specialization:

  • Specialized graphical components for the developer market

    SimDesign's emerging activities are focused on delivering specialised components for the developer market.

    An example of these components are a full-fledged Desktop Publishing component as well as an innovative Character Recognition component that can be used to "read" license plates from bitmap images.

    All components can be delivered as precompiled binaries, source code (Delphi), DLL, or ActiveX control. We will migrate the components to .NET soon.
    > read more...

  • Design software for Flight Simulation motion platforms

    A unique challenge lies in creating new types of motion platforms that differ from the standard "off the shelf" symmetrical Stewart Platform. The alternative designs can be optimised for any simulation task.

    A good deal of scientific research has gone into this software. The design process encompasses many subareas of specialization like human perception models, flight vehicle data aquisition and analysis, washout algorithms, optimization theory, dynamics of hydraulica, geometrical stability, etcetera.

    This work is done in close conjunction with the Dutch company ADSE.
    > read more...

  • Control software for Robot Guidance systems in automotive industry

    In many areas of an automotive production plant one will find robots that perform assembly tasks. Sometimes it is acceptable that these robots work "blind", just repeating the same robot path over and over without any correction to it.

    But in some areas this is not enough. Small deviations in positioning the of parts must be corrected for. This can be done through a process called "Robot Guidance". The robot will be given "eyes" through measurement sensors that will measure the part at hand and send a correction of its position to the robot. The robot will then use this correction to adjust its path.
    > read more...

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