Intelligent Light and FieldView

FieldView 13: A New Point of View - Feature in Desktop Engineering

FieldView Product Manager Matt Godo says, "Our goal was to allow engineers to do more in less time to make better decisions.”

Desktop Engineering explains why FieldView 13 is exceeding these and the industry's expectations. FieldView 13 is setting new standards for speed, productivity, image quality, and productivity while fitting into existing workflows and user expectations.

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Digital Manufacturing Report feature article: Designing Bicycle Wheels in the Cloud

"Sometimes apparently simple things have an underlying complexity that is astounding. Take a bicycle wheel for example. It's round, has a rim, a tire and some spokes and turns in a circle. Simple, right? -- Wrong."

See how Intelligent Light’s ongoing studies are helping provide a bridge to HPC enabled CFD for Small and Medium Manufacturers (SMMs). The work showcases techniques for high productivity, CFD data management, and HPC cloud-friendly workflows.

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Achieve 10-100x Productivity Improvement with the Game Changing new FieldView Version 13

The release of FieldView™ Version 13 from Intelligent Light drives CFD post-processing performance and productivity to new levels, giving users more speed, control, and flexibility than was ever possible before.

FieldView 13 delivers a comprehensive package of integrated, intuitive tools that provide unprecedented speed, performance, and productivity right out of the box. Wholly new technologies have improved every aspect of the user’s experience and will move the state of the art in CFD far forward.


Desktop Engineering features Intelligent Light cloud success in article: CFD in the Cloud

Desktop Engineering features Intelligent Light cloud success in article: CFD in the Cloud

Desktop Engineering took their first in-depth look at cloud computing for engineering. Many organizations are now using or considering cloud systems for simulation but few applications are well suited. CFD is a particular challenge due to its complexity and data size.

The article shows how Intelligent Light has been successfully using Cloud Computing, describes customer benefits, and highlights two case studies. Matthew N. Godo, Ph. D., FieldView product manager has been using cloud resources to continue his multi-year study into CFD workflow and the study of bicycle wheel aerodynamics.


CD-adapco DYNAMICS Magazine feature: "Increasing Workflow Productivity with STAR-CCM+ and Fieldview"

Dr. Matthew N. Godo, FieldView product manager wrote about his workflow productivity case study in DYNAMICS Magazine. The study is based on the extensive work on bicycle wheel aerodynamics that Dr. Godo and Intelligent Light have pursued since 2009.

Providing immediate access to flexible computing capacity, the arrangement gives FieldView users the ability to scale up using parallel processing or scale out with concurrent batch processing to meet capacity needs during peak loads, special projects, or tight deadlines. FieldView’s client-server architecture enables data to remain on the cloud while interactive work is performed from the user’s desktop. In addition, any CFD users who compute on the R Systems cloud can access FieldView for post-processing.