Visual Analysis AG Receives Innovation Award at the 2001 ATZ
September 21, 2001--Independent Mathematica application developer
Visual Analysis AG was given the 2001 Innovation Award by the journal
Engineering Partners (AEP) at the Fifth Annual Automobile Technical Conference
in Wiesbaden, Germany. The award, which is only in its third year, was
presented to Visual Analysis CEO Stefan Braun by AEP publisher Wolfgang
Siebenpfeiffer and chief editor Michael Reichenbach. The editing staff,
which decides the recipients, chose Visual Analysis for the quality
developmental services it provides for the automotive market and
highlighted its innovative products and services.
The Visual Analysis product palette includes individual solutions from
mathematical modeling to complete program development. The company is a
Mathematica reseller and offers Mathematica consulting and
in addition to producing and selling its own Math Wizards product line.
The Math Wizards are a suite of Mathematica application packages
include Industrial Electromagnetism, Industrial
- Industrial Optimization is designed for solving a wide range of
optimization tasks. It provides well-tested optimization algorithms as well
as modern techniques. You can also read, prepare, and analyze data easily
by using statistical functions and matrix operations.
- Full of innovative solution techniques for thermal calculations,
Industrial Thermics is a powerful instrument for any analytical
view in the field of heat transfer. It helps you create parametric mathematical
models that you can change and optimize quickly and intuitively.
- Industrial Electromagnetism is designed for performing analyses
in all fields of electrodynamics. It provides innovative techniques for
mastering electromagnetic tasks, enabling you to comfortably and most
effectively create, change, and optimize parametric mathematical models.
The Math Wizards fit perfectly into Mathematica and make use of its
outstanding capabilities. They also come with many practical examples that
you can use easily to perform or check your own calculations.
The methodological approach of the Visual Analysis team differs from the
approaches of other well-known simulation programs such as FEM and CFD.
solves engineering problems by converting them to mathematical models that
contain the basic physical equations. As their universal software tool, the
scientists of Visual Analysis choose Mathematica for its flexible
for creating a custom user interface and its versatility as a platform, as
well as for its computational power and ease of use. This approach has led
Visual Analysis to new insights in the field of automotive engineering
during the early stages of development, for example, in crash behavior and
thermodynamics. As a result, customers are able to reduce developmental
time, effort, and costs most effectively.
Visual Analysis is the leading company in the field of Computer Algebra
Simulation (CALS). It was founded in 1995 in Munich by three engineers.
Today the company, which converted to a joint-stock company in the year
2000, employs more than 30 scientists (predominantly physicists and
mathematicians, more than half having Ph.D.'s) in the Munich
headquarters and a sales staff in Leverkusen. With this continuously
expanding expert team, Visual Analysis offers exceptional mathematical