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INTEGRATED introduces API capability for electromagnetic sensor designers

Winnipeg, Canada, May 31, 2012 - INTEGRATED Engineering Software, a leading developer of hybrid simulation tools for design analysis, announces the introduction of its INTEGRATED API (Application Programming Interface) across its simulation software suite with the release of the version 9.1 upgrade, providing a powerful scripting tool for engineers and scientist who require design analysis.

The INTEGRATED API, which enables smart automation scripting, provides design engineers with an intuitive method of controlling the interface. This supplements the existing interactive, parametric and batch modes.  It provides users with direct access to the internal workings of each software program in the suite, enabling them to write new analysis applications specifically to meet their own needs and ability.

In order to get the right information, to produce optimum designs, engineers may find that a new application is required so they can get to the most accurate results. Through the INTEGRATED API, users can seamlessly connect their own applications to INTEGRATED software programs without either application requiring prior knowledge of the inner workings of the other. Design engineers, research scientists and programmers designing sensors will find this a very powerful tool, combining good design with good performance, which enables them to complete tasks that would previously have been extremely difficult and tedious to do interactively.  

“Our API enables design engineers and scientists to explore ideas and find new solutions with this custom analysis tool,” comments Bruce Klimpke, Technical Director. “Users will now have the power and flexibility to combine INTEGRATED’s CAE software programs with the applications they use for specific design analysis areas. This customization will allow each particular design to work at an even higher level of sophistication than previously.”

For more information, please visit www.integratedsoft.com or drop by our booth at Sensors Expo & Conference – Booth #303.


INTEGRATED Engineering Software is a leading developer of hybrid simulation tools for electromagnetic and particle trajectory analysis. It provides a complete suite of fully integrated 2D and 3D simulation software and is committed to providing designers with the most sophisticated analysis tools to assist them in the creation of the future.

Since the company was founded in 1984, the focus has always been in these fields and its experience has grown hand-in-hand with a great recognition in its market space. INTEGRATED is staffed with leading R&D engineers specialising in areas such as electrical engineering, magnetics, and high frequency applications. Its tools are used in a wide variety of industries, including manufacturing, automotive, medical, telecommunications, power, health care and aerospace markets, alongside university laboratories and research establishments.

INTEGRATED products allow engineers and scientists to reduce design cycles, save money and speed time to market, while delivering more efficient products. www.integratedsoft.com

For further information, please contact:
Dafne Orbach

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