Thessaloniki, December 1, 2016 | Simulation Software company Fieldscale launches today the second version of SENSE, their advanced Touchscreen Design and Simulation App.
The first version of SENSE was introduced in Display Week Show in San Francisco earlier this year. With the second version, the company introduces new functions like resistance computation and automatic report extraction, new analysis types for mutual- and self- capacitive sensors as well as for floating and earth models, modification options for the finger or stylus dimensions, and an enhanced library of ready-to-use patterns. All those features will smoothen the workflow of the touch sensor designer, enable better and deeper analyses and provide the manufacturer with accurate information for better design decisions.
“It’s the convenience of SENSE and the speed of the simulations that will save design engineers lots of effort and time” stated Dr. Vasilis Zagkanas, Fieldscale’s Head Application Engineer. “We wanted to introduce a software tool that would enable the modeling of the touch sensor in a matter of minutes, and we are proud to say that we did it”. On the other hand, Dr. George Bouzianas, CTO of the company focuses primarily on the solving speed “Our algorithms are extremely scalable and combined with the Cloud Service Fieldscale offers, engineers can speed up their simulation process by 10X with literally one click.”
SENSE will be available in monthly, annual and perpetual licenses, along with the unprompted support of Fieldscale’s “Your personal engineer” application team.
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Fieldscale is a simulation software provider that utilizes parallelized algorithms integrated within a simple, intuitive user environment to support the effortless design of great products. Founded in 2015 and based in Thessaloniki, Greece, Fieldscale offers state-of-the-art simulation software for electric design and analysis. Fieldscale’s solvers cover the constantly growing demands of engineers for accuracy and efficiency in the design phase of any hardware product.