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Intelligent Light Launches New In-Situ Visualization and Analysis Tool
Posted Thu August 05, 2021 @06:55PM
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News Intelligent Light has released Kombyne™, a new in-situ visualization and analysis tool for HPC simulations.

Initially developed for customers in the defense, automotive, aerospace industries and academic research, Kombyne allows users to subscribe to a range of workflow solutions for HPC CFD jobs, from on-the-fly extract generation and rendering to simulation steering. Interactive monitoring and control is also available, all with minimal simulation disruption.


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An in transit workflow uses a separate process that quickly receives data from the solver code and performs visualization and analysis without interfering with the running solver. This process, called an Endpoint, can directly output extracts such as iso surfaces, cutting planes or point samples for data science and can render images as well. The Endpoint can also act as a bridge to popular visualization codes such as FieldView, VisIt and ParaView, enabling interactive visualization without stopping the solver code. Kombyne™ is the first commercially supported product that provides full in situ and in transit post-processing, rendering and data science sampling.

Kombyne™ comes in two flavors: Kombyne™ and Kombyne™ Lite. Kombyne™-Lite including in-Situ tools will be the free version. In-Situ tools and In transit tools, in addition to, an interactive GUI can be licensed through subscriptions.

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