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September 3, 2021
Electromagnetics simulation software company CENOS (Riga, Latvia) continues on its mission to democratize simulation software by releasing its latest version of induction heating simulation software.
In two years since the CENOS Induction Heating simulation software's first version was released in 2019, it is used by more than 50 customers in 12 countries and more than 100 academic users in universities across the world. CENOS’s main customers are induction heating equipment manufacturers and induction heating equipment end-users—production plants, mostly enterprises in automotive supply chains and OEM producers.
“We commit ourselves to help induction heating professionals to become more effective by using highly focused simulation software,” says CENOS co-founder and CEO Dr. phys. Mihails Scepanskis. “We’ve noticed that this industry was underserved by the use of the computer simulation software provided only by large enterprise-level vendors. In the meantime induction heating is quite advanced technology and requires a very specific functionality that can only be provided by custom solutions like CENOS.”
The latest software version now features industry-standard multi-CPU acceleration, which allows getting simulation results multiple times faster than before. A unique feature in CENOS is a scanning application.
“It's like a walk in the park,” company's CEO Mihails comments, “and last but not least—we've set a very high standard for our customer satisfaction with our instant live chat with support built right into the software—giving direct access to our simulation engineers.”
CENOS is becoming a leading software supplier for the induction heating industry, mainly because of the simple and straightforward user experience and the specialization and focuses on a single industry, the company says.
Commenting on the increasing induction heating simulation user base growth Mihails adds: ”We've noticed that there is a synergy between induction heating equipment manufacturers and end-users, our software is being recommended by manufacturers to their customers. We're starting to see signs of mass adoption of the simulation.”
Version 3.0 has proved to be very advanced and on a high technological level, and raised the customer support standard to a new level. Earlier this year CENOS released another industry-specialized application for radiofrequency and antenna designers.
The company name CENOS stands for “Connecting ENgineering Open Source” highlighting the new software approach they invented. It is a platform that connects community-driven open-source algorithms into one user experience.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.