FemStas expands its portfolio and now also supports its customers with pipeline calculations.
Pipelines are used where media have to be transported from A to B – for example for the transport of various gases or liquids or for district heating supply.
A suitable aid in the design of piping systems is provided by calculation programs, which can assist both in determining a suitable support concept and in dimensioning the piping used. In the case of safety-relevant systems, the calculation of the corresponding systems is even mandatory.
“We recommend that our customers safeguard their piping systems as early as possible by means of a calculation. In this way, possible weak points can already be detected in the planning phase and thus cost-intensive adjustments to the systems can be avoided,” says Patrick Hoppe, Technical Managing Director at FemStas.
The continuous expansion of the service portfolio is a central concern for FemStas – this ensures that customer requirements are satisfied in the long term.
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly determining the success or failure of companies. For start-ups, highly innovative processes and methodologies are the main guarantor to reach the market and revolutionize it. FemStas has therefore decided to expand its business field and has already started the development of an AI-based life cycle tool in summer 2020.
“This innovative and challenging development project shows that we are constantly evolving and have the ambition to deliver the most technologically advanced and up-to-date results to our customers”, says Stefan Pfennig, CEO and Founder of FemStas. At present, the company mainly offers services that make use of commercial software tools. These are now being expanded by own research & development projects.
A prototype of the AI-based life cycle tool will be presented in the course of next year.
Since, in addition to the Hanover Fair, all other trade fairs and conferences are also suspended this year, a personal exchange with partners and customers is currently not possible. But of course, we simulation engineers from FemStas will not let that stop us.
Just as customer communication is currently only virtual, the North German Simulation Forum took place for the first time as an online event on 04.06.2020. In addition to interesting lectures on various topics in the field of CAE there was, as usual, also the possibility to exchange ideas with other simulation engineers from industry and science.
The next virtual networking event, in which we from FemStas will of course also participate again, is the ANSYS Simulation World from June 10th – June 11th, 2020. We are looking forward to it!
After the Hanover Fair was initially moved to July due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we have now received the news that it will not be possible to hold the fair at all this year.
Even though this decision is understandable, we at FemStas are very sad about it. After all, this would have been our first participation at the Hannover Messe and we were very excited about the professional exchange with you. “Especially the networking opportunities at the CAE forum would have been very interesting for us. We wanted to make our startup known here and find opportunities for cooperation” says Patrick Hoppe, CTO and Co-Founder at FemStas.
We are very happy that numerous events will now take place online and hope to make contact with you there. And most of all we are looking forward to the Hannover Messe 2021, where we will hopefully be able to celebrate our premiere as exhibitors.
We are very pleased that our interview with the WELT was published in today’s issue of the current campaign “Neues Berlin”. Our CEO Stefan Pfennig talks about the motives behind FemStas and the challenges currently facing the CAE market:
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