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VOLTA adds real-time editing to its Business Process Management capabilities enabling everyone working simultaneously on a project to create and edit business processes in real time.

VOLTA adds real-time editing to its Business Process Management capabilities enabling everyone working simultaneously on a project to create and edit business processes in real time.

Explore 3D models to understand every detail of a model and share insights to make collaborative decisions. Image courtesy of ESTECO.


ESTECO's modeFRONTIER redesigns the Clustering tool to facilitate and speed up design categorization. VOLTA adds real-time editing among its Business Process Management capabilities with a new feature that enables everyone working simultaneously on a project to create and edit business processes in real time.

Enhanced Design Clustering 

Perform cluster analysis in a single intuitive interface that unites the Hierarchical and Partitive clustering tools. Train multiple clustering models at the same time, each with a different combination of algorithms, variables and scaling policies.

Visualize 3D Models

Explore 3D models to understand every detail of a model and share insights to make collaborative decisions. Zoom in on a model to focus on a specific area, zoom out to see the big picture, pan and rotate the model to change perspective.

Collaborate in Real Time

Create and edit business processes with others in real time with VOLTA Modeler, the BPMN 2.0 tool, and improve participation and knowledge sharing by working together as a team. Collaborate in real time on complex activity flows like preparing a CAD design, creating a CFD model, building a Multidisciplinary Design Optimization workflow, running simulations and improving your productivity.

New Exploration Algorithm Module 

Use the Exploration algorithm module to minimize the number of simulations required to explore the design space and maximize your knowledge of the model. This new module groups adaptive DOE algorithms—MACK,  Lipschitz Sampling and Adaptive Space Filler—suitable for performing an iterative sampling of the design space.

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