The field of application is in passenger transport by train. The application is written in C++ under Windows OS (Visual Studio 2010 IDE).
Mandate for the development of dispatch system solutions specifically designed for trucking fleets to manage transportation activity including tracking orders, efficient dispatch and route optimization. Goal is to optimize inbound and/or outbound transportation operations.
C++ has many features which make this language very attractive for scientific programming, and one of them is the operator overload functionality. I present an example taken from our programming environment (math3D library) that use this to represent a rotation class (Euler angles).
I’m currently working on updating of an interior designer application, used by multinational furniture giant, to a 2nd generation version powered with state-of-the-art technology provided with Virtual Reality (VR) headset.
Worked on the development of a data gathering library to assess student performance in a surgery simulation environment.
We are excited to announce the consulting services agreement for the upgrade of interior design application to a new platform for 3D display, immersive, and interactive Virtual Reality.
Elligno will retain responsibility for its programming expertise in C++, software development as well as the development of applications linked to the company’s surgery simulator R&D project.
An example of how STL (Standard Template Library) can be used to write scientific code. In our programming environment we make an extensive use of this kind of technique. From our experience, it helps to write better code that is easier to understand and less error prone.
C++11 added a new adapter called bind (bind1st and bind2nd are now deprecated since C++11). I give some hands-on examples of everyday life usage as a scientific programmer of this adapter.
We present a little example of the use of boost range and the lambda expression, supported by C++11, that show manipulating range is made easy and don’t need extra programming of function for simple task.