Applied Computing & Engineering (AC&E) provides a complete range of simulation services that includes world leading design and manufacturing simulation software, training and support, consultancy and computing optimisation. Our simulation and visualisation technologies include simulation and off-line programming of robots for manufacturing simulation.
Formed in 1987, and based in Warrington, UK, AC&E works with major UK, European and US organisations in the automotive, aerospace, defence, and power sectors, as well as food and allied industries, and plastics and polymers.
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