Westatix cloud structural analysis software is online!

Cloud based software – First release

CAEmate SRL is delighted to announce the first release of WeStatiX, a 3D web application for structural analysis and numerical simulation directly in the cloud.

We have been working hard on its development for several months. Finally, our team releases its next-generation software for structural analysis in the web browser. In line with CAEmate company mission, WeStatiX is a step forward for workflow automation. We believe that its approach will empower the users and lower the entry barrier to the engineering world.



What’s different with WeStatiX?

WeStatiX is a cloud-based application, this means that you do not need to install any software to use it:

  • You can perform finite element analysis (FEA) from any device connected to the Internet, such as laptops, tablets or smartphones;
  • It does not require any manual program upgrade, license renewal, or maintenance. The software is always up-to-date;
  • There is no need to save Gigabytes of results files on your device, all the data are securely stored in the cloud.


Easy. Precise. From Everywhere!

WeStatiX provides a three dimensional CAD user interface, which allows you to build your structural model directly online. In a few minutes, you can define support conditions and loads, run the simulation and post-process the results, such as displacements, internal forces, reaction forces and much more.

You can use it from everywhere. The only thing you need is to connect your device to the Internet and to access your account! The software supports all web browsers and operative systems, such as MacOS, Windows or Linux.

Our team designed the web application to be intuitive and very easy to use. It allows civil engineers and architects to share their knowledge and structural models, therefore helping each other. In WeStatiX you can find a number of public structural analysis projects, that you can use for free as a basis for your own projects.

WeStatiX: build up the future, together!

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Last modified on Monday, 30 April 2018 14:41


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