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Exa and BP sign Multi-Year Commercial Agreement for Exa DigitalROCK Relative Permeability Simulation Technology

As a result of three years of cooperative research and validation, Exa is now bringing to market the first predictive computational solver for relative permeability, a goal that has long been elusive for the oil and gas industry.  This new capability will help engineering teams make more informed decisions on wells, production facilities and resource progression, including enhanced oil recovery.

SAE - Exa simulation aims to keep ADAS sensors clean

Looking "backwards" will soon become increasingly necessary for aerodynamics’ engineers and simulation specialists. In this case, it's about the industry's interest in abandoning exterior rearview mirrors in favor of small cameras, partly to reduce the vehicle's coefficient of drag (Cd) for improved fuel efficiency and also to enhance safety systems to provide a wide-angle view around and behind a vehicle.

Automotive World - It's time for OEMs to clean up with digital simulation

Advanced simulation tools can help enhance several characteristics of vehicle design, from aerodynamics to the way that dirt sticks to cameras 

There aren’t many car owners who enjoy seeing their vehicle covered in muck – it annoys them from both an aesthetic and a practical point of view. Filthy doors don’t look great, and dirty handles aren’t much fun to touch….subscription required

Engineering.com - PowerFLOW 5.4 Brings Dust, Dirt and Water into Aerodynamics Simulations

Product design engineers need to evaluate how their designs are affected by environmental factors, and simulations are a time- and resource-efficient way to perform these evaluations.  Exa’s PowerFLOW Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulator is one popular simulation tool, and the recent release of PowerFLOW 5.4 expands its capabilities and better models real-world factors such as dust, dirt, and water. This release improves four primary feature sets:

ATZ Off-Highway - Total Noise Solution for a Directional Drill

Off-highway machine and equipment manufacturers are working to lower their product’s noise level. Total radiated noise includes contributions from different sources including cooling fan, engine, transmission, muffler and the hydraulic system. In the following, the results of a methodology  developed by Exa and Vermeer using a simulation tool to  predict and optimise total noise for a horizontal directional  drill are presented.

Endurance-Info.com - La FIA travaille d’arrache-pied pour éviter le décollage des LM P1

Si on vous dit qu’une LM P1 peut décoller en cas de sortie de piste, on ne vous apprendra rien. La hantise des différents acteurs de l’Endurance reste le décollage d’une auto. Les ailerons de requin sont apparus il y a quelques années afin d’éviter l’envol des prototypes en perdition. La FIA ne cesse de travailler pour parer à tout souci à haute vitesse. A ce titre, elle collabore avec des spécialistes de la simulation informatique qui planchent sur des solutions qui permettront de prévenir davantage les décollages des LM P1 et autres catégories prototypes.

Truck & Off-Highway Engineering - Engineering with Simulation and Data

Companies are discovering new simulation techniques, especially optimization; the next step is to combine simulation with sensor data and predictive analytics to create even more robust off-highway equipment.

Making off-highway equipment, such as construction or agriculture machines, more efficient continues to be a priority after the final phase-in of the U.S.  EPA Tier 4 Final emmisions regulations.

FIA - Launch Experts

The FIA is working with computer simulation specialists to find solutions that will further prevent car launches in LMP1 and other high-speed categories.

A sudden spin can be disastrous in motor sport. A good result can be lost and reputations ruined in the blink of an eye. But in the case of LMP1 cars, a high-speed spin can make the risk of a violent airborne crash a distinct possibility.  page 30

Autoblog - Open Road

There aren't many car owners who enjoy seeing their vehicle covered in muck – it annoys them from both an aesthetic and practical point of view, as filthy doors don't look great and dirty handles aren't much fun to touch. Dirt can also be a hazard for drivers as their vision is obscured, as well as potentially hindering operation of safety technologies that rely on cameras – many of which are crucial to the semi-autonomous capabilities of today's vehicles.

Exa Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year Fiscal 2017 Financial Results

"We executed well during the fourth quarter, delivering net income and adjusted EBITDA that both exceeded our guidance, with revenue that was within the lower half of our guidance range," said Stephen Remondi, President and Chief Executive Officer of Exa. "For the full year, we produced top line year over year growth with license revenue increasing 14% or 12% on a constant currency basis. We also continued to realize our operating leverage potential as demonstrated by a 4.2 percentage point increase in adjusted EBITDA margin over FY 16.

Exa Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year Fiscal 2017 Financial Results

"We executed well during the fourth quarter, delivering net income and adjusted EBITDA that both exceeded our guidance, with revenue that was within the lower half of our guidance range," said Stephen Remondi, President and Chief Executive Officer of Exa. "For the full year, we produced top line year over year growth with license revenue increasing 14% or 12% on a constant currency basis. We also continued to realize our operating leverage potential as demonstrated by a 4.2 percentage point increase in adjusted EBITDA margin over FY 16.

ATTI- PSA ad Exa in CAE development tie-up

Currently CAE accounts for around 60% of vehicle development at PSA. The auto maker is working to change that, starting by unifying software models.

PSA’s answer is to use a single computer model for each aspect of CAE, with Exa Corporation working in close collaboration on the CFD side. The company is also looking to share more of its CAE information with suppliers of both software and components, as well as university laboratories.

Intelligent Mobility Insight - Update for Simulation Software

BURLINGTON - Exa has launched the new version of its flagship simulation suite, PowerFLOW which delivers breakthrough innovations in each of four strategic software development areas: Accuracy, Applications, Automation, and Accessibility.

PowerFLOW 5.4 introduces new capabilities which improve real-world accuracy and the digital simulation process:

 

Design Simulation Takes Another Leap Forward With Exa PowerFLOW 5.4

BURLINGTON, Mass., March 13, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Exa® Corporation (NASDAQ:EXA), a global innovator of simulation software for product engineering, has launched the new version of its flagship simulation suite, PowerFLOW®. The new PowerFLOW 5.4 software delivers breakthrough innovations in each of Exa’s four strategic software development areas: Accuracy, Applications, Automation, and Accessibility.

Fleet Point - Design Simulation Takes Another Leap Forward

Exa® Corporation, a global innovator of simulation software for product engineering, has launched the new version of its flagship simulation suite, PowerFLOW®. The new PowerFLOW 5.4 software delivers breakthrough innovations in each of Exa’s four strategic software development areas: Accuracy, Applications, Automation, and Accessibility.

PowerFLOW 5.4 introduces new capabilities which improve real-world accuracy and the digital simulation process:

Exa Corporation to Announce Fourth Quarter and Full Year Fiscal 2017 Financial Results on March 16, 2017

Exa® Corporation (NASDAQ:EXA), a global innovator in simulation software for product engineering, today announced that it will release its financial results for the fourth quarter and full year of fiscal 2017, ended January 31, 2017, after market close on Thursday, March 16, 2017.  On that day, management will hold a conference call and webcast at 5:00 p.m. ET (2:00 p.m.