My first project with EMCoS was in 2007. Since then, we had a lot of successful projects in the field of automotive EMC, especially antenna simulation, automotive emission problems on system level, low frequency magnetic fields, keyless systems and EMC of cable harness.
EMCoS is a company which wants to develop best software solutions for their customers and implements user wishes, feedback and improvements directly to the software products. I am enjoying the close collaboration between user and software vendor.
I know EMCoS as a software vendor for EMC simulation and a solid consulter for EMC engineering. I was lucky with EMCoS in the both areas. They response very quickly on the scientific challenges in the development of software features. As a consulting partner, they show a high grade of quality of their services.
DR. SERGEY KOCHETOV
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA)
EMCoS has proven to be an excellent partner in the area of Automotive EMC Simulation and Virtual Tools. They have shown a willingness to adapt their tools in order to progress an area of rapid growth within our industry.
Without these excellent simulations we could have never progressed so far. Experimentally validated EM-simulations – short vehicular reference HF antenna systems – helped us greatly better understanding the complex physics. Critical parameter studies could now be done successfully and cost effectively only by simulation. Thank you very much EMCoS!
DR. DIETHARD HANSEN
President and Principal Consultant EES
MISSOURI UNIVERSITY S&T
The Missouri S&T EMC Laboratory gratefully acknowledges the support EMCoS in the usage of their toolset for the past fifteen years for research and graduate student education.
DR. JAMES L. DREWNIAK
Missouri S&T EMC Laboratory
Silicon Austria Labs GmbH
In my opinion, EMCoS Studio benchmarks innovation in the field of EM simulation. The rapid development of solver capabilities makes it an important tool for my research in automotive EMC. I highly value the outstanding competent and motivated customer support and the user-friendly interface. Especially, I recommend the electrostatic solver, MTL for simulation of complex cable harnesses and PEEC to generate equivalent circuit models of 3D structures.
DR. HERBERT HACKL
Scientist, Electromagnetic Compatibility & Coexistence (EMCC), System Integration
Over the last years new simulation techniques have been introduced and the user interface of EMC Studio has constantly been updated. More and more complexity was added to the models and therefore opened new ways of analyzing automotive antennas.