Aveva acquires IDO software from iDesignoffice
Aveva has acquired iDesignoffice, a technology company based in Melbourne, Australia, bringing IDO software to its portfolio.
Instrumentation Design Office (IDO) is a suite of integrated applications for creating and maintaining instrumentation engineering data for process plants.
IDO will be renamed Aveva Instrumentation and will be available as a stand-alone product or as part of an integrated suite with other Aveva products.
Aveva, a provider of engineering design solutions for the plant, power and marine industries, has released the first 64-bit versions of its visualisation and design communication technologies.
Dewetron has introduced Linux system-level drivers for its Trion series of A/D+ signal conditioning modules and an API for the Trion series that is available for both Linux and Windows.
The 2014 version of Orthomodel software for the design of custom orthotic insoles is now available from Delcam. The release includes improvements to the user interface to improve workflow and reduce design times, enhancements to pad design and placement, a more sophisticated re-ordering process and faster and more reliable import of scan data.
Altair’s Hyperworks Unlimited appliance for computer-aided engineering (CAE) has been certified as Intel Cluster Ready, verifying the product’s status as a plug-and-play technology for high-performance computing (HPC).
Many major CAD/CAE software components are available in Isight. This article presents two examples using the newly created Cedrat software components.