Between the 17th and 20th of July 2018, numeric engineers visited Esonix’s customers, a Boeing affiliate company in England. During this visit the Esonix “local server” was updated and Esonix advanced training was provided by numeric.
After almost one year and half of researches and active developments, the numeric team is happy to announce the imminent release of ESonix V3!
Among miscellaneous new functionalities, we are proud to highlight:
ESonix Simulations capabilities
Paul studies the third year of Engineering at ECAM Lyon, France. He will perform his Intership at numeric GmbH between Jun/2018 and September/2018. At numeric GmbH he will have the opportunity to work programming (python 3.6) a library featuring calculations for a duct as described in “NASA …
After the decompression training attended, numeric engineers Nicolas Cordier and Vincent Dussardier visited Boeing facilities in Seattle, USA. They took the opportunity to visit Boeing hangars and meet up with former colleagues.
numeric engineers Nicolas Cordier and Vincent Dussardier were invited, by a major French airline company, to attend an Advanced Decompression Training together with engineers of this airline company. The training was provided by “NygrenAero LCC” from 29th to 30th May/2018, in Seattle, USA.
A new long-term licence has been sold to a Boeing’s affiliate company in England.
From 11th to 13th December 2017, numeric’s engineers provided Basic and Advanced Aircraft Decompression Training based on Esonix software. Engineers of a major Turkish airline company attended the training in Istambul, Turkey.
A new short-term licence has been sold to a Boeing’s affiliate company in England.
In September 2017, numeric engineers visited Esonix’s customer in France for in depth discussions about aircraft decompression analysis and Esonix available tools.
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