Online seminar Simulation & Education

Online seminar Simulation & Education

Together with Business Partner Integrate, InControl will host an online seminar Simulation & Education on Monday the 21st of March from 14:00 till 17:00 CET.

During this seminar the following topics will be discussed:

  • The role of simulation in Energy systems
  • The role of simulation in education and research at Aalborg University
  • Future developments and releases of Enterprise Dynamics®

The role of simulation in Energy Systems

As modern societies consume huge amounts of energy, which results in a negative impact on the environment, a focus on green energy is vital for our planet. It will be shown that simulation can play an important role in this energy transition.  

The role of simulation in education and research as Aalborg University

Aalborg University is ranked best in Europe within the field of Engineering, the program takes fourth place in the world! During the seminar guest speaker Professor Kenn Steger-Jensen from Aalborg University will explain the role of Simulation in education and research in their study program.

Future developments and releases Enterprise Dynamics®

InControl’s Product Manager, Harry Bunnik will get you up to speed with the latest developments of Enterprise Dynamics® and discuss future plans.

The Program

14:00 – 14:20     Welcome, introduction

Nienke Valkhoff, InControl

What InControl does for their educational customers

14:20 – 15:00    The role of simulation in Energy Systems

Daniel Karnøe, Logics

15:00 – 15:15     Short break

15:15 – 16:00     The role of simulation in education and research at Aalborg University

Prof. Kenn Steger-Jensen, Aalborg University, & Michael Sparre Sørensen, Integrate

What Aalborg University does in education and research using Simulation

16:00 – 16:30     Future developments and releases of Enterprise Dynamics®

Harry Bunnik, Product Manager Enterprise Dynamics®

16:30 – 17:00     Discussion – What do educational customers need from ED?

To join this online seminar and register here.

ASIM Award Ceremony

ASIM Award Ceremony 2021

Last month the 19th Event of the Simulation Working Group (ASIM, “Arbeitsgemeinschaft Simulation”) took place, this year online for the first time. The ASIM is the largest European simulation conference for production and logistics and presents trends, current developments, scientific work, and interesting applications in the industry every two years.

The Simulation Working Group (ASIM) is a technical committee of the Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI). The task of the ASIM is the promotion and further development of modeling and simulation in the basics and application as well as to improve the communication between theory and practice. Moreover, ASIM is a founding member of EUROSIM, the umbrella organization of European simulation societies. Therefore, the ASIM is the most important platform for developers and users of simulation in German-speaking countries.

Even though, this year the conference took place virtually the participation was as high as usual. There were approximately 180 participants who exchanged ideas in the topics of simulation in 4 parallel tracks and 70 specialist lectures.

As part of the conference the ASIM Jury calls for an outstanding thesis (Master, Bachelor or Diploma). This year, we congratulate our award winner Christina Gschwendtner from Söchtenau for her master’s thesis on simulation in construction. The main focus of the work is on the logistics of interior construction projects. As a loyal ASIM member, also this year InControl sponsored the award of €1.000,- together with SimPlan AG. 

(Christina Gschwendtner accepting her price virtually)

Project Manager

Project Manager

Are you looking for a job with responsibility and variety within the Dutch and International market? Do you have a technical background and get energy managing international projects? Are you a strong communicator, commercially minded and looking for a new challenge at one of the global players in simulation?

Then we are looking for you!

The Position

The Simulation Team at InControl operates in a dynamic environment with a wide range of (inter)national projects helping them Experience the Future Today!

The Project manager is responsible for high quality execution of implementation projects within InControl. Software-training and support & maintenance are part of the InControl portfolio. The Project Manager reports to the COO and operates in close cooperation with the Team Leaders and Simulation Engineers. He or she is primarily responsible for project execution and customer satisfaction. He or she teams with the other departments within InControl in order to provide fast and adequate services.

A selection of the responsabilities

  • Project management
  • High quality execution of projects
  • Coaching team members
  • An orderly project administration and reporting
  • Reports on a monthly base on: T(Time), F (Finance), Q(Quality), I(Information), O(organization) and R(Risk)/risk mitigation
  • Timely billing in cooperation with the Controller and in line with customer agreements
  • Management, maintenance and extension of professional network, knowledge, skills and training of departments’ employees.

The Company

InControl Enterprise Dynamics has been a leading developer of simulation software for 30 years. Our software platform is used worldwide for analysis and optimization of infrastructures, industrial processes and crowd management.

Our customers use our software to test, plan and control large-scale systems and infrastructures, such as baggage systems, container terminals, train stations, assembly lines, sports stadiums and large-scale events.

‘Our mission is to contribute to a safe and sustainable planet’

Our offer

InControl is a company that strongly believes in growth and offers its employees room for development. As an employee you are part of a growing, international company where there is room for your own input and ideas. Your primary and secondary terms of employment meet the nowadays standards in every way. Salary commensurate with experience.  It concerns a full-time employment at our head office in Woerden.

Do you recognize yourself in this profile? Are you ready for a new step in your career and does the above position appeal to you? Then we would like to invite you to apply with us.

Send your CV and accompanying motivation to Monja Bonekamp, jobs@incontrolsim.com

For more information, call +31 30 670 40 15

 

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Simulation Engineer – Public Transport

Simulation Engineer Public Transport

Laat jij je graag uitdagen door klantvragen met een maatschappelijke relevantie? Wil je bijdragen aan de vraagstukken van grootstedelijke gebieden en een beter openbaar vervoer? Ben je in staat deze verantwoordelijkheid te koppelen aan de ontwikkeling van complexe algoritmiek en simulaties?

Dan willen wij jou graag in ons team!

Dit ga je doen

InControl is op zoek naar een Simulation Software Engineer in het Team Public Transport. In deze rol ben je verantwoordelijk voor de ontwikkeling van innovatieve simulatie toepassingen voor onze klanten in het publieke domein, van concept tot en met de implementatie. Je werkt hierbij aan het afbakenen van de klantvraag, tot het bouwen en draaien van een simulatiemodel. De klanten, zoals overheidsinstanties, vervoerders en infrabeheerders, gebruiken de simulaties om de “customer journey” prettiger en de logistieke processen op en rond het spoor efficiënter en veiliger te laten verlopen.

Zinvol werk dus, dat ook technisch en conceptueel uitdagend is en tezamen met professionele collega’s gedaan wordt in een inspirerende (inter)nationale omgeving.

Dit is wie wij zoeken

Het huidige team Simulatie Software Engineers bestaat uit mensen die hun passie voor techniek en softwareontwikkeling combineren met een oprechte interesse in het Openbaar Vervoer. We willen graag met je kennismaken als je:

  • beschikt over een afgeronde Academische technische opleiding (bijv. wiskunde, informatica, operations research, kunstmatige intelligentie, of equivalent);
  • ervaring en affiniteit hebt met software ontwikkeling, waarbij kennis van de gebruikte development stack uiteraard van groot belang is (C++, C#, MS SQL, Visual Studio, etc.);
  • voldoening haalt uit het oplossen van complexe (wiskundige/logistieke) puzzels en het ontwikkelen van (simulatie) softwaretoepassingen;
  • bij voorkeur al kennis opgedaan hebt van discrete event simulatie;
  • beschikt over communicatieve vaardigheden in het Nederlands (level C1 language proficiency) en Engels;
  • starter bent of reeds een aantal jaar werkervaring hebt;

We realiseren ons dat we veel van je vragen, maar hebben je ook veel te bieden!

Dit is wat wij bieden

Je werkt in een hoog gekwalificeerd en professioneel team samen met specialisten van de klant om de best passende simulaties te leveren. Hierbij bieden wij jou:

  • Ontwikkeling naar de nummer 1 specialist op jouw vakgebied
  • Volop groeikansen, zowel op technisch als persoonlijk vlak
  • Korte communicatielijnen met collega’s, partners en eindgebruikers maken je werk dynamisch
  • Uiteraard een prima beloning en secundaire arbeidsvoorwaarden, waaronder opleiding
  • Een werkplek in Utrecht of bij onze klanten, business partners of andere kantoren in het buitenland.

Hier ga je werken

InControl Enterprise Dynamics is al 30 jaar een toonaangevende ontwikkelaar van simulatie software. Ons softwareplatform wordt wereldwijd gebruikt voor analyse en optimalisatie van infrastructuren, industriële processen en crowd management.

Onze klanten gebruiken onze software voor het testen, plannen en besturen van grootschalige systemen en infrastructuren, zoals bagagesystemen, containerterminals, treinstations, assemblagelijnen, sportstadions en grootschalige evenementen.

‘Our mission is to contribute to a safe and sustainable planet’

InControl is een bedrijf die sterk gelooft in groei en biedt haar medewerkers ruimte voor ontwikkeling. Als medewerker maak je deel uit van een groeiend, internationaal bedrijf waar ruimte is voor eigen inbreng en ideeën. Het betreft een fulltime dienstverband op ons hoofdkantoor in Utrecht. 

Werken bij InControl doe je in een prettige werksfeer met leuke collega’s waar persoonlijke groei hoog in het vaandel staat.

Meer weten en solliciteren?

Ben je toe aan een nieuwe stap in je carrière en spreekt de bovenstaande functie je aan? Dan nodigen we je graag uit om bij ons te solliciteren.

Stuur een compacte brief met CV naar Monja Bonekamp: jobs@incontrolsim.com.

Meer informatie? Bel: 030 670 40 15.

 

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Marketing Medewerker

Marketing Medewerker

Ben jij toe aan een uitdagende baan bij een ambitieuze organisatie, waar je jouw kwaliteiten op verschillende vlakken maximaal kunt benutten?

Wij zijn op zoek naar een enthousiaste en communicatief vaardige collega die zich bezig houdt met onze marketing, daarnaast bewaak je de uitvoering van onze presentatie naar de buitenwereld toe en je bewaakt onze huisstijl. Je hebt affiniteit met B2B marketing en bent gek op marktgegevens. Door jouw analyse kun jij jouw collega’s nieuwe leads geven.

Spreekt bovenstaande jou aan? Dan willen wij jou graag in ons team!

Dit ga je doen

  • Je schrijft en verstuurt nieuwsbrieven
  • Je ontwikkelt social media content
  • Je ontwikkelt, implementeert en meet marketing campagnes
  • Je speelt proactief in op de trends in de markt
  • Je ontwikkelt marketing materiaal, zoals brochures, artikels, flyers etc.

Dit is wie wij zoeken

  • Je bent ambitieus en van nature nieuwsgierig;
  • Je bent proactief en flexibel;
  • Je kan goed in teamverband werken;
  • Je hebt affiniteit met de technische sector;
  • Je hebt ambitie on in de B2B marketing branche te werken;
  • Je beheerst zowel de Nederlandse als de Engelse taal (B2) uitstekend, zowel in woord als geschrift; Het beheersen van de Duitse taal is een pré;
  • Ervaring met WordPress, InDesign of Photoshop is een pré;
  • Je hebt een opleiding afgerond bij voorkeur in een van de volgende richtingen: Communicatie / Marketing / Commerciële Economie / Business Management;

Dit is wat wij bieden

  • Een fulltime dienstverband op ons hoofdkantoor in Woerden, startdatum 1 februari;
  • Je maakt deel uit van een groeiend internationaal bedrijf waar ruimte is voor eigen inbreng en ideeën;
  • Volop groeikansen, zowel op werk als persoonlijk vlak;
  • Korte communicatielijnen met collega’s, partners en eindgebruikers maken je werk dynamisch;
  • Om je optimaal te laten functioneren voorzien we jou in van alles, wat nodig is binnen deze commerciële functie;
  • Uiteraard een prima beloning op basis van jouw ervaring en secundaire arbeidsvoorwaarden;
  • De mogelijkheid om diverse cursussen en/of opleidingen te volgen die relevant zijn voor jouw functie;

Hier ga je werken

InControl Enterprise Dynamics is al ruim 30 jaar een toonaangevende ontwikkelaar van simulatie software. Ons softwareplatform wordt wereldwijd gebruikt voor analyse en optimalisatie van infrastructuren, industriële processen en crowd management.

Onze klanten gebruiken onze software voor het testen, plannen en besturen van grootschalige systemen en infrastructuren, zoals bagagesystemen, containerterminals, treinstations, assemblagelijnen, sportstadions en grootschalige evenementen.

‘Our mission is to contribute to a safe and sustainable planet’

InControl is een bedrijf die sterk gelooft in groei en biedt haar medewerkers ruimte voor ontwikkeling. Als medewerker maak je deel uit van een groeiend, internationaal bedrijf waar ruimte is voor eigen inbreng en ideeën. 

Werken bij InControl doe je in een prettige werksfeer met leuke collega’s waar persoonlijke groei hoog in het vaandel staat.

Meer weten en solliciteren?

Herken jij jezelf in dit profiel? Ben je toe aan een nieuwe stap in je carrière en spreekt bovenstaande functie je aan? Dan nodigen we je graag uit om bij ons te solliciteren.

Stuur jouw CV en begeleidende motivatie naar Monja Bonekamp, jobs@incontrolsim.com

Meer informatie? Bel: 030 670 40 15

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Online seminar Simulation & Education

Online seminar Simulation & Education

Join us on Thursday the 21st of October for an insightful online German Seminar Simulation & Education.

During this seminar our simulation experts and guest speakers will discuss the following topics:

  • Digital Twin; the role of simulation in baggage handling at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
  • Simulation at HTL Leoben
  • Future developments of Enterprise Dynamics®


The program:

14:00 – 14:20            Welcome, introduction
Margit Thomsen, InControl
What does InControl do for their educational customers?

14:20–15:00               Digital Twin; the role of simulation in baggage handling at Schiphol
Harry Bunnik, InControl and Han Mackor, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

15:00 – 15:15            Break (15minutes)

15:15 – 16:00            Simulation at HTL Leoben                  
Dr. Thomas Messner, HTL Leoben, Austria
Experiences using Enterprise Dynamics® in simulation & education

16:00 –16:30             Enterprise Dynamics 10.4 release + Futures developments
Harry Bunnik, Product manager Enterprise Dynamics InControl                                                Han Mackor, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

16:30 – 17:00            Discussion – What do educational customers need from Enterprise Dynamics
Discussion with participants

 

 

Do you want to follow this online seminar? Register here! 

Please note that this Online Seminar will be in German. 

InControl supports communities with corona test track simulation

InControl supports communities with corona test track simulation

During the Covid-19 pandemic, communities and municipalities in particular have to deal with many challenges. The preparation and planning of tests, training and vaccination locations are top of mind. Besides drive-in locations such as event centers, stadiums and public buildings have to be properly arranged, facilitated and people trained. 

Figure 1: Example of drive-in test facility

A municipality in Austria asked InControl to support the organization of test tracks by delivering data, plans and insights. In this case the planned tests and training staff facility is a combined elementary and middle school.

Simulation and visualization can support and improve decision-making processes; they can support and visualize the design and optimize key processes, costs and provide feedback during every stage. InControl contributes to the security issues and procedures as well. 

Test tracks for the upcoming Covid-19 swab tests has to be set up in a municipality in Austria and these should be evaluated and validated in advance. The thorough preparation is contributing to the test and training activities but forms a good set up for the vaccination activities as well. There are rooms available for this purpose at both schools, primarily organized on the ground floor. In this case a total of 6 test tracks are designed, planned and evaluated.

Figure 2: Middle and elementary school – test tracks 1 to 6

A test track includes: the outside waiting area, the registration and the test area. The flow of people should not cross, so separate entrances and exits and a marked route (one-way system) are specified in order to minimize personal contacts.

Figure 3: Example for test track 1 in detail

Compliance with the general distance rules and local protocols are taken into consideration in the entire test area and is also part of the simulation model and scenarios. In Austria, a personal indoor distance of 2 meters is applicable.

Information on the simulation with Pedestrian Dynamics® was made available to InControl by the municipality, based on both scientific and empirical values. So in this case the assumption was that 1000 people per day (8 hours) has to be tested. Another assumption is that no values for the arrival distribution has to be taken into consideration. The documents required for registration will be announced in the waiting area and can be verified too. The registration should take place in 2 till 5 minutes and in the test area 3 minutes are accepted at each station.

To analyze the routes, simulation runs were carried out in order to check the capacities and distance regulations. The assumption described above was refuted on the basis of the simulation results; only 60% of the people can be tested in 8 hours. The capacity check has shown in this case that there is a lack of time and staff. In addition to the simulation experiments, necessary changes in the process were discussed directly with the community and health care representatives and adopted in the test planning, routing, staff training and real time execution.

Pedestrian Dynamics® is a leading crowd simulation tool that has been used for more than a decade to model large crowds in all types of infrastructure. Pedestrian Dynamics® helped answer questions about capacity, keeping in mind the safety and comfort related to crowded places.

Cities and municipalities are struggling with organizational and financial hurdles due to the Corona crisis. InControl would like to get involved and support communities by not charging the usual daily rates for simulation engineers for this type of projects.

If you need support with the test streets and / or vaccination routes, check capacity with the Pedestrian Dynamics® simulation software and / or model according to COVID-19 measures and guidelines including physical distancing in any environment, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Simulation for mechanical engineering and technical business administration

Simulation for mechanical engineering and technical business administration

For the graduation of two different courses it is the intention to optimize two different production processes. For the course in mechanical engineering at the HAN University of Applied Sciences the paint shop is optimized. Enterprise Dynamics is very suitable for this because during the process the new paint shop still had to be realized. By means of simulations, the most optimal control and product flow could be determined, making sure that the new paint shop could deliver good and efficient work from the start.

For the second course in technical business administration at Saxion University of applied Sciences, the goal is to determine whether it is profitable to implement a 3D print production in the process. The Enterprise Dynamics simulation model was used to determine the batch size for the 3D print process in order to produce as efficiently as possible and to maintain stock in the 2Bin system of assembly lines. On the basis of the results of the simulations it could be determined whether it is profitable to invest in the implementation of a 3D print production in the production process. Both assignments were carried out within the company Van Raam which is the global market leader in the production of customized bicycles for people with disabilities.

Robin Rust continuous using Enterprise Dynamics. Currently Robin Rust is following a Master Industrial Engineering & management at the University of Twente where he continues strengthening his knowledge in simulation.

Student Project: Optimization of a paint shop and 3D print process

Van Raam was founded in 1900 as a blacksmith’s shop in Amsterdam. In 1933 the first bicycles were made in Amsterdam. In the seventies the company moved to Aalten and started producing bicycle frames. In 1984 Van Raam was taken over by P. Boezel and started to specialize in the design and production of adapted bicycles and frames. In 2004 Van Raam moved to Varsseveld, after which it moved to its new premises in Varsseveld in early 2019. This building has a size of 13,500 square meters and has 150 employees. The Van Raam bicycles are all available as electric bicycles.

Van Raam is a family business and is the global market leader in the production of customized bicycles for people with disabilities or who are looking for more stability and security. Van Raam has been proclaimed by the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation as the fourteenth most innovative company in the Netherlands.

Figure 1.1: Model Easy-Rider-2

Figure 1.2: Model Fun2Go

At the beginning of 2019, Van Raam switched to a new and improved building. It was the opportunity to make big steps in the production process. For example, a completely new automated paint shop will be built and they were looking at how 3D printing can be implemented in the production process in order to create a constant flow.

The simulation software of Enterprise Dynamics was used to determine how these two innovations can best be used. Figure 1.3 shows the simulation used for the paint shop. This is structured as follows. In order to simulate a process as well as possible, all possible variations and demand patterns must be taken into account. The normal distribution is used for the capacity demand of the different assembly lines. The normal distribution is used to look at the reliability of a system. This is done by means of the standard deviation.

A requirement is that the employees of the spray booth work 85% of the day. In order to organise the flow of the paint shop as efficiently as possible, the outgoing products from the cooling tunnel have priority over the incoming products from the 1st part of the track.  The products from the cooling tunnel go either directly to the spray booth for the next layer, or first through the sticker lane, or to the assembly lines. By giving priority to these products, it is ensured that the products are occupied by the system and the employee(s) as soon as possible. This is also the reason why buffer 3 has priority over buffer 2 and buffers 2&3 again have priority over buffer 1.

In addition, the system has been designed in such a way that if batches are used, they will always stay together. When the first product of a batch passes a point where several products can enter at the same time, all other inputs are temporarily closed until the batch in question is complete.

The simulation of the 3D printing process is shown in Figure 1.4 and connects to the magazine and the assembly line. The simulation was used to find out how best to fill the 3D printer’s batch in order to produce as efficiently as possible and to maintain stock in the 2Bin system of assembly lines.

Through the simulation program, several scenarios were tested for a production time of more than 2400 hours. The best scenario is determined based on an optimal flow in which almost no intermediate stock is needed and all internal processes are well attuned. In the best scenario, only safety stock is used and Just in Time Delivery continues to be used, drastically reducing production time and stock levels. It will be easier to achieve a higher output.

Figure 1.3: Paintshop simulation

Figure 1.4: 3D-print simulation

Student Simulation Project in Public Transportation Crowd simulations at railway station Hoofddorp, The Netherlands

Student Simulation Project in Public Transportation Crowd simulations at railway station Hoofddorp, The Netherlands

Written by Jurian Fijen – Amsterdam University of Applied Science – Built Environment, Mobility

During my last year at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Bachelor of Built Environment (Mobility), I used a program called Pedestrian Dynamics of InControl for my thesis about crowd simulations at railway station Hoofddorp, the Netherlands.

I did my research in a graduation studio within my study Built Environment, which was supervised by two teachers and the Haarlemmermeer council. Hoofddorp is the main town of the Haarlemmermeer municipality. My research goal was to find out whether Hoofddorp railway station is capable of handling all pedestrian flows in the coming years. Expectations are the station will become busier. Are adjustments needed to the station? The expected increase is partly caused by the North-South metro line which is planned to be extended from Amsterdam to Schiphol Airport and Hoofddorp. Because of this extension, pedestrian flows at the station will change and become busier. The big question is whether the bottlenecks (stair cases, platforms and concourses) at the station will be sufficient to handle an increasing number of travellers.

For my thesis I first examined the concept of crowd simulations and looked at how this could be used at railway stations. To find out whether Hoofddorp station can handle the increased demand, I looked at two things: which data and other information do I need to model pedestrian flows and how can I find out when capacity is reached?

I used the crowd simulation program Pedestrian Dynamics of InControl to model and examine pedestrian flows. My supervisors from the university provided a Pedestrian Dynamics Student Pro license for my thesis project.  I used the programs tutorials and examples to master the program, after which I started my own case. By loading an AutoCAD map of the station into Pedestrian Dynamics the infrastructure was well implemented. Adding all data I gathered from the public transport time table, the available public transport equipment, pedestrians and accompanying numbers and routes, I was able to model the pedestrian flows into the station’s infrastructure.

3D Simulation Model of Hoofddorp trainstation

In the model using capacity requirements one can find out bottlenecks’ capacity. The functionality offered by Pedestrian Dynamics allows you to examine the station using frequency maps, density maps and flow counters which allow you to find the possible problems at the stations. This all can be clearly presented in a graph visualizing results over time. This program really helped to show me what a good pedestrian capacity study for Hoofddorp station could look like.

2D Simulation Model of Hoofddorp trainstation

My final assignment made me look differently at the built environment and public transport. When it comes to capacity problems in public transport, I mainly thought of too many passengers on the trains or too little space for even more trains on the track. It shows that stations will also have to be expanded in future, because it is becoming increasingly busy and there is too little room for passenger flows. I thought it was interesting to be able to demonstrate this in my thesis.

Personally, I think it can be interesting for many courses, such as Built Environment, Civil Engineering, Traffic Engineering, Urban Planning and Architecture, to include crowd simulations in the curriculum. It allows people to view outdoor spaces and buildings, such as stations, stadiums and shopping streets in a completely different way. Finally, we have seen recently how difficult it is to come up with good solutions for environments where the infrastructure is too narrow for too large groups of people.

I am happy that I used Pedestrian Dynamics for my assignment. It is a great program for modelling pedestrian flows in stations. The manual, the contact with the people at InControl, the tutorial and sample models have all ensured that Pedestrian Dynamics was a great program for me to work with. I would like to keep on using the program to further improve my skills and expand my knowledge about pedestrian flows.

There are many interesting research topics in the area of crowd simulation. At the moment, many organizations struggle with capacity issues and social distancing measures. Are you interested in a thesis project about crowd modelling with Pedestrian Dynamics? Pedestrian Dynamics Student Pro license is an affordable license for students working on their bachelor or master thesis.

Find more information here or contact our research and education team at education@incontrolsim.com