FlexSim has signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by Autodesk. When it is completed, this acquisition will provide an amazing opportunity to expand and enhance FlexSim’s capabilities as we partner with Autodesk’s global product development ecosystem.
After great deliberation, FlexSim has decided they will not be attending, exhibiting, or sponsoring at the 2021 Winter Simulation Conference.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit affirmed the judgment of the District Court of Utah in favor of FlexSim Software Products, Inc. and against Simio LLC, ending the patent infringement litigation initiated more than four years ago and sustaining FlexSim’s long-held belief that Simio’s asserted patent rights were invalid.
FlexSim is excited to debut two advancements in simulation technology. The projects, developed with FlexSim’s partner in Italy, Flexcon s.r.l. in conjunction with Comau, have exciting applications in the ever-expanding world of Industry 4.0.
FlexSim CEO Mr. William Nordgren has been endorsed by Marquis Who’s Who as a leader in the simulation technology industry.
Politecnico di Torino has finalized an agreement with FlexSim Software Products, Inc. to provide 3D simulation modeling software to the university. Students and professors will receive the same industry-standard software used by companies worldwide in the manufacturing, material handling, healthcare, warehousing, mining, and supply chain sectors.
FlexSim’s truck haulage simulation application will be used by mining industry leader RPM in their HAULSIM product, the first industry-specific haulage simulation solution. It is the most powerful tool available for modeling, analyzing, visualizing, and optimizing a haulage network, providing confidence and accuracy in mine plans. “We are excited to be working with RPM in mining,” said FlexSim CEO Bill Nordgren.