Today, we are thrilled to announce the beta release of, the next-generation software platform that is designed to transform the landscape of AI-driven numerical simulation. Offering a host of new and enhanced features, is primed to redefine the boundaries of simulation and analysis.

Let us walk you through the exciting features of the upcoming beta that make it the trailblazer in the simulation industry.

New design of Model Engineer’s visual flow editor

The intuitive visual editor for simulators has been redesigned for slightly better UX. Additionally, there’s now the ability to easily copy nodes, which accelerates the simulation setup process, enabling users to replicate nodes with just a few clicks, saving time and effort. However, this redesign is still a work in progress, so expect huge improvements and direct visualizations of 3D geometries in next versions.

Support for parameterized inputs and variables in equations introduces the much-anticipated feature of parameterizing inputs into the simulator’s neural network (defined in neural network node settings and usable in constraint node settings) and variables in equations (by toggling the “Parameterized?” checkbox in equation node settings). This is an important capability that facilitates a much more flexible simulator training and fast inference across potentially thousands of configurations of initial and boundary conditions, enabling users to easily tweak variables and observe the effects in real-time, thereby speeding up the analysis and optimization processes.

Parameterized inference in Simulation Studio

Following the introduction of the ability to train simulators with parameterized inputs, it will be straightforward to use them in Simulation Studio. This addition will enable users to conduct multiple high-fidelity multiphysics simulations for different conditions in a few minutes, pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the realm of numerical simulation. Furthermore, we have expanded Simulation Studio by integrating the ability to segment simulation data into multiple planes in 3D. We've also added functionality to adjust the source of magnitude according to the outputs from the simulator.

Web-based documents with embedded interactive simulations

To showcase an ability for connecting additional services to, in a way of a web app, through which you can do quick simulator inferencing and visualization, we’re piloting a new approach in that we think will redefine how we’re building real-time and interactive analysis tools. Underlying infrastructure within Environments now comes with a bundled web app that leverages the powerful Panel library from Holoviz ecosystem, with basic inferencing configurations and visualizations of 2D plane sections of 3D simulation outputs. In the near future, you’ll be able to create all kinds of applications with tools like Panel or Streamlit that connect to’s ecosystem of trained AI-based physics models.

Fine-tuning simulator models now empowers users with the option to fine-tune publicly available or their own simulator models. This feature ensures that you can tailor simulators to your specific needs, achieving results that are more aligned with your objectives. Since it's a pretty significant feature, we’ll delve deeper into this topic in a separate post in upcoming days.

Academic licenses

In our pursuit to foster learning and innovation, we are excited to start offering academic licenses. Institutions and academics can reach out to us for requests at We are excited to be a part of the academic journey of numerous researchers and students around the globe.

Updated documentation

To assist our users in making the most of these exciting new features, we have updated our documentation which can be accessed at Here you will find comprehensive information on the latest features and how to use them effectively to maximize the potential of your simulations.

Be a pioneer!

As we usher in a new era of numerical simulation with the beta launch of, we invite you to be a part of this journey - in fact, we’re giving out 1 month for free additionally to our 14-day free trial when you go through our Early Adopters Survey !

Join us in exploring the unprecedented capabilities and features that has to offer. Together, let's forge a future where simulation is not just a tool, but a catalyst for rapid innovation and progress.

Thank you for being a part of the community. We look forward to fostering a collaborative and innovative environment with you.

Stay tuned for more updates!