June 11, 2020
Synopsys has announced Simpleware Release Q-2020.06, which includes two new modules: “Simpleware AS Cardio” and “Simpleware Design Link”. In addition, the latest version of Simpleware software includes a number of new features and improvements, including support for importing 4D DICOM.
Simpleware software provides a 3D image processing software (MRI, CT…) environment for generating models for CAD, CAE, and 3D printing.
The latest addition to the growing Simpleware Auto Segmenter family, AS Cardio, provides an easy-to-use tool to automatically segment the cardiovascular system. In this specific release, the company has focused on automatically segmenting the heart blood pool and muscle, and automatically placing key landmarks.
- Fully automatic AI/ML segmentation of heart CT scans
- Segments both ventricles and atria, aorta, pulmonary artery and left ventricle myocardium
- Vessels automatically trimmed, and segmentation tidied up without any user interaction
- Automatic positioning of landmarks to define the aortic valve, coronary arteries and left ventricle
- Automatic region of interest detection to speed up inference
- Synchronize models between Simpleware ScanIP and SOLIDWORKS®
- Use Simpleware ScanIP’s full functionality to position the part with respect to your 3D image data
- Use SOLIDWORKS to make changes to your part design
- Sync updates made in SOLIDWORKS to linked design in Simpleware ScanIP
Simpleware ScanIP Medical: 4D DICOM Import Support
- Existing DICOM import now supports 4D time series
- Import all or select one timeframe from the new user options
- Interactive reslicing multiplanar reconstruction (MPR) mode for 2D slices allows you to see your data in any direction or orientation
- Shape fitting now extended to use 2D views to fit 2D shapes in slices by using mask contours and selected points
- Improved 3D editing user interface for faster and simpler mask edits
- Mesh quality histograms now available in the Model inspection tab to see the great results from our meshing algorithms
- New tools for extruding, hollowing and clipping surface objects in the Simpleware CAD module. Ideal for preparing files for 3D printing, finite element meshing, and more
- New parameters in the 3D wrap tool allow greater control
- New option to optimize shortest element edges during meshing to improve your simulation results for dynamic analyses
- New automatic region of interest detection to speed up inference available in Simpleware AS Ortho
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