ZMT has deployed a new release of its Sim4Life platform. V6.2 not only comes with a smoother look and feel and a better user experience but also with important new features, refinements, and bug fixes.
Today, the IT’IS Foundation announced the release of the advanced computational NeuroRat V4.0 model with detailed neuroanatomy that features peripheral nerve trajectories and a co-registered brain atlas model (Waxholm Space Atlas) ‒ another important step in their efforts to support and partially replace laboratory experiments. The anatomy is based on high-resolution computed tomography and structural magnetic resonance imaging data acquired by the Animal Imaging Center at ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich.
Sim4Life V5.2 adds a new powerful mesher, a Python 3 application program interface (API), evaluators for total exposure ratio (TER) (IEC/IEEE 63195-2) and implant safety (Tier 2 of ISO/TS 10974) and much more.