Software Development for scientific data visualization is our strength. Our expert team of software developers and engineers are fundamental in ensuring excellent results for each customer.
Our nationally and internationally acquired skills in design and research enable us to offer high-quality specialized software. As enginners and architects working in the field and in research, we know what professionals need.
We provide specialized software solutions based on each customer’s unique needs. We work hard to establish clear communication with our clients to establish their goals, needs, and expectations.
Our custom software solutions are streamlined and simple to use performance products. Each product is specially designed to precisely meet the customer’s needs and to reduce possible input errors.
Included in our customized software is continued user support from our staff. We are always available to enhance your experience with our products. We take customer satisfaction very seriously.
STKO Preprocessor: Preprocessing of a Soil-Foundation-Structure-Interaction (SFSI) model featuring solid elements, beam elements, contact conditions, and highly nonlinear material models for soil liquefaction.
STKO Postprocessor: Contour plot of the strain field in a Soil-Foundation-Structure-Interaction (SFSI) model.
GEOFORCE ONE Preprocessor: Modeling of a masonry arch retrofitted with Kerakoll strengthening systems.
GEOFORCE ONE Postprocessor: Nonlinear simulation of the collapse mechanism of a masonry arch retrofitted with Kerakoll strengthening systems.
The SDLC process is at the center of our software development projects. It helps us guarantee excellent results for our customers.
This is the most important part of the SDLC process, and it represents the foundation of the requirement analysis. During this stage, the development team begins project planning using input from the customer and information retrieved from the market. The team plans the project’s basic approach and identifies potential risks. It is also important to put together a cost-benefit analysis during the planning stage.
The analysis stage involves defining the project goals as functions. First, our team determines what operations the intended application should have. Generally, this analysis requires gathering and interpreting facts by studying end-user information needs, diagnosing issues with the current system, recommending improvements, and removing inconsistencies. Then, the development team determines where obstacles lie and identify ways to address them in the project; think of this as the problem-solution stage. Finally, once the team obtains management approval, the project can begin.
In this step, Asdea’s team uses the software requirement specification (SRS) to design the product’s optimal architecture. The requirements in the SRS are important because they inform the design approaches proposed in the Design Document Specification (DDS). Our professionals review this document, and their feedback becomes the basis of the design approach. Risk assessment, market research, design modularity, and time constraints must all be taken into consideration in this phase.
This is the beginning of the actual software development. During implementation, Asdea’s team builds the product and creates the programming code to match the specifications outlined in the DDS. Our developers use various programming tools along with high-level programming languages like C++ and Phython code for creating the software. By the end of this step, our team has a functional version of the software.
TESTING AND INTEGRATION
In this step of SDLC, the team dedicates itself to testing and checking for errors, bugs and other issues. During the testing phase, the product is checked several times to ensure that defects are reported, tracked and fixed. Finally, our team tests it again until the product meets quality standards.
When testing is complete and the product is ready, it is time for its release into the marketplace. After receiving customer feedback, changes may be made before complete deployment occurs. After the product’s release, maintenance is carried out for the customer. The team makes software improvements or changes as needed. The maintenance phase ensures that our product remains relevant and high quality.