March 14, 2019
The release of Matereality Version 12 software from the Applus+ Group is accompanied by eLim, a new bolt-on for companies to manage and operate their test labs. eLim is a web-based software where engineers in the enterprise can browse test catalogs and submit clearly defined test orders that can be carried out by the lab technicians. Combined with features to schedule and track the progress of lab work, eLim leverages all the capability of the Matereality software from test data capture, to data analysis, to report creation and delivery on a single platform. eLim can be bolted on to Matereality material data management software to digitalize and streamline the materials and processes side of the enterprise.
eLim is built on running lab operations from DatapointLabs. The Matereality software remains strongly tied to simulation and product development teams because of the ability to convert data to simulation-ready material files and connectivity to all major simulation and design (CAD/CAE) codes.
“Digitalization is being applied to all aspects of enterprises today. Enormous benefits in operational efficiency, productivity and accuracy can be achieved by going fully digital, where a complete infrastructure exists to handle all the data that emanates from daily tasks,” says Hubert Lobo, president of Matereality. The handling of technical information is one of the last frontiers of digitalization because of the complexity and diversity of the information that must be captured. Matereality's patented software creates a digital bridge from labs to databases to product development, facilitating challenging tasks with proven, field-tested reliability. Systems such as these can be used to operate and improve manufacturing, testing, design and simulation, and product development.
Applus+ Software, which is developed by Applus+ DatapointLabs Technical Center for Materials, includes the Matereality, eLim and PicSci brands, representing digitalization infrastructures for materials and processes, test labs and R&D labs. All infrastructures use a common platform that allows for highly integrated operations on a robust environment within the enterprise or on the cloud.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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