CST and SMARTTECH partner to develop electromagnetic simulation market in Brazil
Computer Simulation Technology AG (CST) and SMARTTECH Tecnologia Serv. E Sist Ltda (SMARTTECH) announced a partnership to develop the Brazilian market for electromagnetic simulation in the field of microwave applications, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), electronics, sensors as well as specialized topics such as particle dynamics.
Evaluating electromagnetic (EM) fields from devices and any possible interference is becoming mandatory as more and more electronics impacts daily lives. Wireless devices, GPS, cell phones, antennas, appliances, medical equipment, vehicles etc. are all sources of EM fields that need to be evaluated or optimized in order to deliver the required performance while complying with all applicable safety standards.
CST develops high performance 3D EM simulation tools including CST STUDIO SUITE® for the design, simulation and optimization of a wide range of devices.
SMARTTECH is a well-known provider of mechanical simulation tools and services for the Brazilian market. Major industries such as automotive and aerospace have been provided with the best in class simulators from Dassault-SIMULIA. With the addition of CST® electromagnetic simulation capabilities, a complete portfolio of tools including multiphysics capabilities can now be offered by SMARTTECH.
“We have been active in the Brazilian market for more than a decade,” commented Dr. Ralf Ehmann, Sales Director of CST. “With the experience and market knowledge of SMARTTECH, we are confident we will serve our Brazilian customers even better together.”
“Due to its accurate, fast and easy-to-use tools, I believe that CST STUDIO SUITE offers the best solution on the market. It is the design tool of choice of hundreds of leading companies worldwide,” said Sergio Rodrigues, Vice President of SMARTTECH. “Electromagnetic simulation capabilities of the CST software tools will be a perfect fit for our portfolio of engineering simulation tools and will allow the realistic simulation of multiphysics phenomena.”