Remcom will preview several new XFdtd features for the Magnetic Resonance community at the ISMRM symposium (May 10-16, Milan, Italy).  The next release of XF7 will be available this summer, and will contain the following:

MATLAB Export Functionality:
The next release of XFdtd will support the export of all data to MATLAB or CSV formats.  This enables full post-processing of data with MATLAB’s extensive mathematical and visualization capabilities.

New Automated Workflow Options for MRI Analysis:
Utilizing the flexibility of XF7's built-in scripting API, MRI coil generation is transformed from a tedious, time consuming task to one that is automated.  Further, the movement of a human body through the coil can be controlled with a script that generates simulations for each position.