This is what we do: Perfect engineering

We assist organizations in optimizing their product development process by fully or partially replacing lab tests and physical prototyping with advanced simulation.
By delivering leading software and knowledge transfer, we enable customers to identify problems and flaws early on in the design process and thereby initiate design changes, improving both performance and cutting cost. The entire design process is more efficient, numerous designs may quickly be evaluated and last but not least, creative and innovative engineering is greatly facilitated.

Our mission: To redefine engineering by knowledge and tools

Product simulation

Simulation enables those of you working with product development to test how your products withstand all imaginable physical loads and conditions. You'll find faults or weak points earlier, enabling you to optimize designs. You will decrease the number of lab test and speed up your design process considerably.


Building Information Modeling enables you to handle all information for a construction project at one and the same place. This means that all involved have the right information throughout the entire process – and above all that mistakes can be minimized.

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December 5, 2017


Training Courses spring 2018

The EDRMedeso Group provides knowledge transfer for efficient simulation processes for a wide area of physics. In order to ensure your software investment we offer ...

October 31, 2017


ANSYS Advantage - Volume XI, Issue 3, 2017

Spotlight on Electronics and Electromagnetic Simulation!
As we benefit from the convenience and productivity that electronics provide we become increasingly reliant on embedded electronic systems. Successful ...

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January 16, 2018


Oil and Gas industry

The oil and gas industry’s sharp focus on safety and reliability is based on the economics of oil and gas production, maintenance and unscheduled downtime ...

January 12, 2018


Uppsala University and Vasa Museum

ANSYS Hall of fame - Uppsala University and Vasa Museum

The Vasa ship, the best-preserved 17th century ship in the world, is deforming in its museum ...