January 10, 2012 in Education (E)
[prMac.com] New Haven, Connecticut - MEA Mobile, a mobile technologies developer, today is pleased to announce its suite of engineering simulators designed for the iPad are now available.
"Our Ray Tools series were designed by Ray Seymour a former General Electric ED&C engineer." said Vin Framularo of MEA Mobile, "with over 37 years of experience and over 60 granted U.S. patents, Ray Seymour brings a wealth of engineering knowledge into the mobile space. Our initial feedback from university programs and commercial engineering labs has been very positive."
The apps were designed with a retro look and feel harkening back to the 1970's with vintage plastic keys, worn leather and glowing green numeric displays. In addition, the apps feature practical examples, term glossaries and data export functions. The initial suite of electrical engineer simulators for the iPad includes:
* AC Impedance Simulator
* Output Driver Devices Simulator
* Inverting Operational Amplifier Simulator
* Non Inverting Operational Amplifier Simulator
* Sensor Input Devices Simulator
* 555 Timer Simulator
* AC Input Operational Amplifier Simulator
Additional Ray Tools engineering simulator apps are in the works. MEA Mobile, in addition to its own growing portfolio of apps, provides white labeling, third party app development and creative digital support on a contract basis. For more information visit MEA Mobile online.
MEA Mobile innovates on the Apple iOS, Google Android and Windows mobile platforms. MEA Mobile is actively expanding with offices in Auckland and Hamilton, New Zealand and New Haven, Connecticut. Copyright (C) 2012 MEA Mobile. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.