On the 2012 National Future Day, four outstanding girls – Anushka, Chimey, Liza, and Sia, and four exceptional boys – Jechiel, Kilian, Moritz, and Arun joined our research and development teams at IT'IS, SPEAG and ZMT for one day.
SPEAG is pleased to announce a new software release iSAR V2.6 that further improves repeatability, absolute accuracy and user friendliness of iSAR Flat, Head and Quad. In the next release, we also plan to include novel features that we are currently developing for cSAR3D.
SPEAG is pleased to announce the release of DASY52.8.2 (969) and SEMCAD-X V14.6.6 (6824). It took us slightly longer than promised for this release, however we not only removed the reported bugs but also added new features which will ease the daily usage of our DASY system as well as provide even better compatibility with current and upcoming compliance standards. In particular, we support our new MIF box, support the creation of SAR compliance reports and we improved the interface to the CMW500. In addition, the DAK team added two new videos to our webpage.
SPEAG Executive Board congratulates Niels Kuster, SPEAG Co-Founder and President of the Board of Directors, on receiving the distinguished d'Arsonval Award, the highest scientific honor of the Bioelectromagnetics Society.
Recent information has been issued by the French government that wireless devices must comply with SAR limits in the limbs and hands. DASY52 is fully compatible with all testing requirements and international measurement standards. SAR phantoms and tissue equivalent liquids are available from SPEAG.