Demo Version of ETAP 6.0 Available as Free Download
ETAP 6.0 demo version incorporates new and enhanced analysis modules, new elements and libraries, and significantly enhanced one-line diagram capabilities.
Irvine, Calif. - September 16, 2008 - Operation Technology, Inc. (OTI), developers of the ETAP enterprise solution for electrical power systems, has announced that it has released a demo version of its newest release, ETAP 6.0. The demo incorporates a broad and robust set of new features and enhancements, including new analysis modules, time-saving capabilities, as well as faster processing time. These changes deliver power system design and analysis with unrivaled levels of speed and precision, with results you can trust.
ETAP 6.0 not only includes many new key features, it also delivers several new analysis modules, new elements and libraries, significant enhancements to existing analysis modules, Data Exchange, and a new Output Report Data Comparator tool. For a complete listing of upgrades in ETAP 6.0, download the ETAP 6.0 New Features Brochure (PDF, 3MB).
“The ETAP 6.0 demo allows electrical engineering professionals to experience firsthand the new features of our latest release, most of which were integrated as a direct result of feedback from our existing customers," said Shervin Shokooh, Vice President of Engineering Consulting at OTI. "Our objective is to make ETAP 6.0 more available and demonstrate it to as many qualified prospects as possible by offering them the chance to test-drive the software and evaluate how their companies can benefit from ETAP’s unmatched speed, precision and reliability."
About Operation Technology, Inc.
Operation Technology, Inc. is the designer and developer of ETAP, the most comprehensive analysis platform for the design, simulation, operation, monitoring, control, optimization, and automation of power systems. ETAP is the industry leader used worldwide in all types and sizes of power systems, including generation, transmission, distribution, and all fields of industrial systems such as oil and gas, manufacturing, steel, concrete, mining, data centers, nuclear facilities, and more. Visit etap.com for more information.