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    January 23rd, 2014

    This year ac&e will be demonstrating our StruCIM® welding and cutting software at the annual NASCC Steel Conference in Toronto, which takes place over three days from the 26th to 28th of March.

    We’ll be demonstrating how using our StruCIM® cutting software will save you time and money, explaining how its integrated software system drives robotically controlled plasma cutting systems and automates beam and plate cutting for structural steel application.

    You’ll also get the chance to see how the StruCIM® software is highly automated, user friendly and easy to integrate, giving you dramatic throughput improvements.

    Join us at NASCC and see why one of Canada’s top developers of automation for the structural steel industry (CFR of Québec) is now providing robotic cutting solutions powered by our StruCIM® software.

    For further information contact alison.wilkinson@acel.co.uk or call +44(0)1925 606400 or see the video on YouTube

     


    May 9th, 2013

    ac&e will be attending the NAFEMS World Congress 2013,  in Salzburg, Austria, 9th June 2013.  Read the rest of this news »


    May 9th, 2013

    ac&e are working with Anglian Water to provide local offices with access to waste water modelling capabilities. Previously only possible for HQ modellers, it is hoped the system will enable rapid response at a local level. Read the rest of this news »


    May 9th, 2013

    Following the launch of our partnership with CIARA technologies, ac&e are now offering super-efficient load sharing and fastest ever processing through unique HPC Linux/Windows clusters, servers and workstation solutions. 

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    May 9th, 2013

    ac&e directors Yash Khandhia and Anthony Mosquera are to present a paper on Collaborative Engineering Design at the NAFEMS World Congress, Salzburg, Austria,  9th June 2013. Read the rest of this news »


    May 9th, 2013

    ac&e supplies French government R&D project

    ac&e beat off best-in-class competition to win a major contract with the French governmental research organisation, CEA, to help develop a non-destructive inspection (NDI) platform with potential applications in the nuclear industry. Read the rest of this news »


    March 5th, 2013

    Applied Computing & Engineering Ltd (ac&e) has moved headquarters to a purpose-designed suite at Vanguard House on the trail-blazing Sci-Tech Daresbury campus in Cheshire.

    The new location provides ac&e with the highest quality facilities and environment, enabling it to further enhance its offering to clients worldwide. Read the rest of this news »


    January 24th, 2013

    It was the dynamic arrow pointing to an exciting future that convinced ac&e this was the right image for an organisation leading the way in innovation. Read the rest of this news »


    January 10th, 2013

    ac&e has entered into a partnership agreement with CIARA Technologies of Montreal, Canada. This agreement enables Applied Computing & Engineering Ltd to offer CIARA’s portfolio of high performance computing solutions, such as the NEXXUS C deskside cluster system and the KRONOS S line technical workstations.

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    September 27th, 2012

    ac&e once again supported the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) Waste Water Planning User Group (WaPUG), Autumn Conference 7th-9th November 2012.

    With speakers from throughout the industry including consultants, water companies, local authorities and the Environment  Agency, this year’s conference brought quality papers to inform and challenge us as we focus on Converting Strategy into Smart Delivery for Serviceability.  A workshop session, research group meeting, conference dinner and an exhibition throughout the conference gave a packed and varied programme.

    ac&e demonstrated its new CIARA Technologies deskside clusters, running waste water models in a fraction of the time of alternative systems.

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