Computer Aided Data Exchange
Are you still using paper to transfer data?
Over 40% of the average engineer's time is spent on creating paper documents to transfer data from Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) applications to Computer-Aided Design (CAD) applications.
A lot of these tasks can be replaced by what we call Computer-Aided Data Exchange (CAX).
As an example, a structural engineer will create a lot of sketches on paper to transfer engineering information from their structural engineering application to the designers, so that they can implement, draft or model them in CAD applications.
This will be even more cumbersome when the design changes and the engineers have to repeat all of this.
With the right CAX technology, you are not only able to save time on these data transfers, but also omit the human error factor which leads to time waste or even collateral damage costs.
Although a lot of effort has been made in the last 30 years to automate the data transfer between applications, what is called interoperability, still there is no off-the-shelf and ready-to-use product that can be utilized for such a purpose. Hence engineers and drafters still work with pen and paper even in today's world of robust technologies.
We at Taha Solutions are approaching this challenge with the Think Big Act Small (TBAS) methodology. We are creating a SaaS solution that can be used for these types of data transfers.
Although at the beginning our platform will be only covering some applications, we will continue adding more and more applications to it.
Sign up or or sign in to our CAX platform
Upload your CAE data file and mapping file
Application will provide you with the cost based on the number of members
Pay for the data exchange service
Download the transferred file and use it in your CAD system
Interested in the service?
Although it is still under development, but it will be up and running before July 2021.