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Spatial Corp

 

Spatial Corp

Spatial Corp.
Private
Industry Computer software
3D modeler
Founded 1986
Headquarters Broomfield, Colorado, USA
Website www.spatial.com

Spatial Corporation was founded in 1986, and had one main product: ACIS, the first commercially available 3D modeling kernel. Through subsequent years, Spatial added products to its portfolio that enabled ISVs mostly in the CAD/CAM industries, to build applications. These components included extensions and updates to the ACIS modeler, visualization products, as well as acquisitions in translator technology.

A significant transformation took place at Spatial when it was purchased by Dassault Systèmes in late 2000. Spatial Corp. became a subsidiary of Dassault Systèmes.

Flagship products

  • CGM (Convergence Geometric Modeler) - the core geometry and topology modeler for Dassault Systèmes’ V5 and V6
  • 3D ACIS Modeler - features an open, object-oriented C++ architecture that enables robust, 3D modeling capabilities
  • 3D InterOp - CAD data translation framework.
  • 3D Visualization - the HOOPS 3D Application Framework enables the development of 3D Visualization applications with advanced 2D and 3D graphics functionality.
  • 3D Constraint Manager - the General Geometric Constraint Manager (GGCM) solves simple thru complex design problems in CAD/CAM/CAE and other technical software applications.
  • 3D Mesh - an object-based software development toolkit providing fully configurable surface and volumetric meshing capabilities.
  • Rapid Application Development Framework (RADF) - provides an application infrastructure, essential 3D functionality, and an extensible framework for rapid development of ACIS-based applications.
  • Constraint Design Solver (CDS) - provides variational constraint solver solutions for design and engineering applications.


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