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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January 16, 2017



EDRMedeso AB in Sweden will switch to a new phone system

On January 17th 2017, EDRMedeso AB in Sweden will switch to a new phone system.

Note! We will still use the same phone numbers as before!
Should ...

January 2, 2017


Account Manager, Norway – ANSYS

Are you our next Account Manager-ANSYS in Norway?


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January 11, 2017


Training course - Introduction to ANSYS optiSLang

ANSYS optiSLang is a Workbench Plug-in that optimizes your product designs by combining the powerful parametric modeling capabilities of ANSYS Workbench with the Robust Design ...

December 8, 2016


Online and On-demand Automatic Simulator

EDRMedeso is proud to present an online automatic CFD Simulator, developed in a R&D project together with Statkraft and NTNU.

Today, hand calculations and 1D-simulations are ...