Intelligent Light and FieldView

Live Webinar - Easy Access to CFD Data for Analysis

CFD Data Analysis with FieldView 17

LIVE Webinar

Thursday, May 3
12 noon ET (1600 GMT)

If you rely on Excel, Matlab, Octave and NumPy in your daily work, FieldView 17 allows fast I/O of CFD data for further analysis through MAT-File and CSV.

Query your CFD results at super-high speed (200,000 points/sec and more) from a list of points provided in *.mat, *.csv or plain text.

FieldView surfaces can also be exported to MAT-File and CSV to perform Reduced Order Analysis (DMD, POD, etc.), Fourier transforms and many more analyses.

Because performance matters, FieldView 17 also provides:

  • New built in Q-criterion function - easy to use and 10 X faster than previous FieldView
  • 10 X faster reading of arbitrary polyhedral cells
  • 2 X faster Surface Flow calculation
  • 40% faster reading of XDB extracts
Please join us for this live web event. If you would like to watch a recording, register now, and we will send you a note when the recording is available.

The 40 minute presentation will be followed by a live Q&A.


Presenter: 
Yves-Marie Lefebvre, FieldView Product Chief
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Live Webinar - Get to know FieldView 16.1

Send your data straight from FieldView to Youtube or PowerPoint with FieldView Update 16.1.

LIVE Webinar - Concluded

  • Tuesday, January 31, 2017
    2:00 pm EST (19:00 GMT)

  • Wednesday, February 1, 2017
    9:00 am EST (14:00 GMT)

Please join Yves-Marie Lefebvre, FieldView Product Chief for a live web event "Get to know FieldView 16.1"

We will demonstrate powerful new features including:

    • MP4 Video Export with Frame Rate Control: Straight from FieldView to YouTube and PowerPoint. Highest quality with reduced file size and maximum portability 
    • Logarithmic Colormap Scaling with Powers of 10 Annotation 
    • Improved Defined Views for easy Up Axis 
    • Surface Sampling for faster datasets comparison
    ​Plus dozens of helpful fixes and features as requested by our users. Including, new licensing options for today's HPC environments and enhanced security, Tkinter to enable Python GUI panels and VTK readers to support existing Catalyst extract workflows. 

    The 40 minute presentation will be followed by a live Q&A.


    Presenter: 
    Yves-Marie Lefebvre, FieldView Product Chief
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    Introducing FieldView Update 16.1

    Click for video on Youtube. FieldView 16.1 image by Intelligent Light. Simulation courtesty of FOI.

    Intelligent Light is excited to announce that the FieldView 16.1 release is ready for download.

    Our FieldView 16.1 Update delivers dozens of major and minor improvements based on customer requests. We focused on the biggest little problems reported by our users, to deliver benefits to every user, because little problems are not little if they get in the way of your productivity.

    As part of our development process we invited users who made feature requests to be part of our team. We spoke with them early in the design stage and then included them in the testing to be sure the new features met their needs.

    Thanks to this mutual effort, FieldView 16.1 has the largest number of fulfilled feature requests and resolved issues in years. All FieldView users will benefit as there really is something for everyone in FieldView 16.1. Whether that's the new lightweight high-quality video export with control for frame rate, the easy way to flip which axis is up when using a predefined view, the logarithmic scale for colormaps with its "powers of ten" annotations, or one of the dozens of other improvements. Check the full list on the What's New in FieldView 16.1 document.

    And because more and more users are adopting our extract based workflow ideas, we keep going further with features like the new VTK reader and a surface-based sampling method.

    User input is a cornerstone of our support and product development. It feels really good to be able to deliver on so many common feature requests with this update. Beyond the feature requests, the input of users in our development process was incredibly valuable. It was fantastic to see how quickly users could experience a new capability and immediately give us feedback on changes and additions that would make it even more useful in day to day engineering.

    Finally, to make it even easier for you, FieldView 16.1 will run with your FieldView 16 passwords.

    FieldView 16.1 is available today from the Customer Center


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    PDF3D Announcent: FieldView Released with First Ever CFD 3D PDF Exporter

    Industry Partner Announcement

    FieldView Released with First Ever CFD 3D PDF Exporter

    Intelligent Light, the leader in 3D software for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has released the first CFD Post-processor with a built-in 3D PDF export feature using the powerful PDF3D system.

    Click to try a 3D PDF file from FieldView! (Requires Adobe Reader 10 or later)

    London, UK, December 15th, 2015 

    Intelligent Light, the developer of FieldView 16 and provider of industry leading software and services for CFD workflows to engineering and research organizations, has joined forces with Visual Technology Services, developers of the renowned PDF3D Report Generation systems, to produce the first CFD tool with built-in 3D PDF interactive report generation features.

    The flagship FieldView application is the most widely used CFD post-processing software for engineering and research. FieldView delivers scalable parallel visualization from laptops to high-performance computing (HPC), including unsteady flows, numerical analysis, extensive solver interfaces and advanced post-processing and visualization techniques.

    "The FieldView 16 development team has been working tirelessly to deliver many valuable new features," commented Steve M. Legensky, General Manager and Founder of Intelligent Light. "The integration of the new 3D PDF publishing feature from PDF3D's technology will transform how our customers communicate and improve success in HPC engineering activities".

    This latest software release allows 3D visuals created in FieldView to be converted into the universally, freely accessible 3D PDF format, enabling faster and easier sharing and distribution of reports to any customer, without them having to install specific software to view it. The reports enable interactive 3D review of surface contours, streamlines and legends. The report encoding methods use Visual Technology Services' highly compressed PRC (ISO 14739) technology, which can produce detailed images from large data files without sacrificing quality.

    FieldView is used in a wide variety of markets including aerospace, automotive, energy and civil engineering. The popular CFD post-processor is used by engineering leaders in large organizations, by engineering consultants and by several top motorsports teams.

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    About Intelligent Light

    Intelligent Light (www.ilight.com), a US company based in Rutherford, New Jersey, has focused on advanced CFD post-processing and data management software for over 25 years, establishing FieldView as the most widely used post-processing software in CFD. The Advanced Research Group continues to innovate through pure research for real-world computational engineering simulations. With customer success its paramount goal, Intelligent Light is driving real-world solutions to the toughest challenges in CFD today.

    About PDF3D

    PDF3D (www.pdf3d.com) produce a suite of widely respected software products and plugins for engineers, scientists and developers who need to communicate complex data and 3D models to others in the universally accessible PDF format.PDF3D's technology provides the fastest and easiest-to-use, highly compressed 3D PDF conversion available for an ever-increasing range of formats and tools.From 3D CAD to GIS, DWG and LIDAR, PDF3D works closely with users and programmers within the engineering, geospatial, geology, aerospace, architecture, medical and product packaging communities worldwide.


    Contact Details:

    PDF3D, Visual Technology Services Ltd.

    The Courtyard, High Street, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7HP, UK

    Tel: +44(0)7787 517529,

    Contact: Ian Curington,

    Email: info@pdf3d.com,

    Web: www.pdf3d.com

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    FieldView 16 and XDBview 2 Now Available

    3D PDF export generated in FieldView and seen in Adobe Acrobat Reader® (left) and on a tablet (right). (DrivAer geometry courtesy of TU München, Mesh and simulation by VINAS with Pointwise and Helyx).

    3D PDF export, faster data read, reduced memory usage and many more improvements

    Just a little less than a year has passed by since our release of FieldView 15 and I am happy to announce that our new version, FieldView 16, is ready for download. While software users sometimes feel like installing a new version is not going to impact them much, I am confident that every single FieldView user will benefit from this release.

    You will find that FieldView 16 is faster to read your data than previous versions and will also use less memory. Data read can easily be made even faster and more memory efficient by selecting the right Data Input option. When you don't need to perform Dataset Sampling or to compute a lot of streamlines, select "Less" Grid Processing for faster data input. In cases when you do need that kind of performance, select "More" right from the Data Input panel and you will use more memory to get better performance during you session.

    FieldView 16 is the first CFD post-processor to introduce a built-in 3D PDF export. This standard format is a great way to present and share your results, allowing interactive exploration via rotation, zooming, panning and commenting in Adobe Acrobat Reader and in 3D PDF viewer apps.

    Other highlights of this release include:

    • New Vertices and Shaded Vertices display types for better insight and fast performance
    • The ability to sweep surfaces coming from an XDB extract and to synchronize this operation between multiple datasets for easy animations and side-by-side comparison
    • More control over the location of Surface Flows
    • A new Growing display type for pathlines animation
    • 10x faster read times for AcuSolve users, compared to FieldView 15
    • The ability to read single-file transient data as steady-state
    • Support for results from FLOW-3D v11

    We're also introducing the second version of XDBview. Our free, sharable viewer for XDB extracts, now includes the same sweep capability as FieldView 16 and can now read your CAD geometries in STL format.

    To learn more about these new versions, I encourage you to read our What's New in FieldView 16 document (Japanese version).

    FieldView 16 is a major release. You will need to request new passwords from Intelligent Light. FieldView 16 passwords will work for both version 15 and 16, but as of this release FieldView version 14 and earlier are no longer supported. If you need to test FieldView 16 with your data or workflows before upgrading, feel free to request additional temporary passwords and we'll be happy to provide them free of charge.

    Please contact our FieldView Support Team  or your account manager for more information.


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