We support academia by providing access to the industry’s most comprehensive software simulation platform for geared and electro-mechanical systems. Romax software is used by global companies to engineer complex products, solve real-life issues, and produce innovative high-performance designs. The Romax academic partnership programme brings this same functionality to the fingertips of academics, researchers and students, to foster development of the next generation of products and engineers.
As an educator, you can utilise Romax software products to empower your students to learn the fundamentals of simulation to complement and reinforce the engineering principles covered in your courses. Your students can tackle a broad scope of drivetrain simulations, from basic tutorial level models to complex real-world challenges, whilst having access to established teaching material.
The Romax academic offering is identical in functionality to our commercial products, allowing you to use the most up-to-date methods and tools to explore new simulation methodologies or develop innovative product designs, so that your research has industry relevance.
Academic institutes are often recognised by the industry for their expertise and knowledge when solving complex challenges. Romax can supplement your capability with industrial strength tools that are utilised by world-leading companies, to support you in achieving your objectives.
Romax support academic student competition teams such as Formula SAE, World Solar Challenge, and others, by providing Romax software that is used by global companies to engineer complex products. Romax support these competitions, as they take students beyond textbook theory by enabling them to design, build, and test the performance of a real vehicle and then compete with other students from around the globe in exciting and intense competition.