DYMSTEC, SPEAG's esteemed sales partner for South Korea, masterfully organized the day by connecting informative presentations, hands-on demos, interactive workshops, and sociable engagements. An added highlight was the simultaneous English-Korean translation service provided on-site.
The goal of the event was twofold: to showcase Z43's cutting-edge solutions and to foster an enriching dialogue between industry specialists, while paving the way for potential collaborations.
SPEAG presented the latest developments in their measurement and simulation tools. Special attention was given to the DASY product line, including DASY8 Module mmWave for power density assessments of transmitters in the millimeter wave spectrum, and DASY83D, which ensures exact positioning of the device under test on cSAR3D phantoms using the DASY8 robot. Special focus was also given to MAGPy Version 2, the DAK resonator for intricate material measurements, and the latest updates on SPEAG's EM Phantoms.
ZMT offered attendees a preview of their new cloud-native simulation platform, sim4life.web, which is scheduled to launch this November. This advanced platform promises high performance cloud simulations across devices, mirroring the desktop version's performance even in the most complex scenarios. Aside from its extensive sharing capabilities and maintenance-free nature, the platform boasts flexibility, a user-centric design, and streamlined integration of various pre- and post-processing tools, including custom computational engines. Attendees also learned about the upcoming features of Sim4Life V8.0, which include a cutting-edge rendering engine, enhanced graphical processing capabilities, as well as additional computational anatomical models, to name a few.
TI Solutions AG demonstrated their Temporal Interference Brain Stimulator for Research (TIBS-R), along with the IT'IS TI planning tool (TIP) for non-invasive deep neuromodulation to facilitate the most advanced TI stimulation research.
As in previous years, the workshop, attended by nearly 100 participants, was very well received. Attendees appreciated the insights into Z43's latest hardware and software developments, and the informative discussions. The traditional raffle at the end of the workshop, featuring prizes such as a trip to Switzerland, a gold bar, a Moon Swatch and other special gifts, was a cheerful ending to the busy day.
A big thank you goes out to the DYMSTEC team for once again organizing and hosting an event that was both informative and engaging, encouraging the exchange of ideas and fostering partnerships.