TOYO Corporation and ORME sign a contract for the distribution of TrackImage and TrackReport in Japan
Friday, November 15, 2013

Logo Toyo CorporationTOYO Corporation is now the exclusive distributor of our software applications TrackImage and TrackReport in Japan. TOYO Corporation is a specialist in measurement, whether for hardware, software or training. In particular, this is a major player in the world of automotive testing. "Our job? The B2B2B: integrating technical solutions with high-value service to our clients with the high-tech products of our European partners”, says Fukuro-San, commercial director at TOYO. TOYO Corporation is particularly involved in promoting the standard database ASAM-ODS, a standard which meets TrackReport.

TOYO will promote software TrackImage and TrackReport to its automotive customers, particularly for applications related to the analysis of automobile crash tests, but more generally for any application of test data post-processing, involving images or signals. Nakayama-San, in charge of business development of ORME’s products on the Japanese market for TOYO Corporation: "We see many opportunities to use ORME’s software products at our existing customers or other customers. With ORME, we intend to expand our offering with a powerful video motion analysis software, as well as a new data analysis software product from the ASAM-ODS family."

TrackReport: new version 3.5 released
Monday, October 7, 2013

TrackReportThe new version 3.5 of TrackReport just been released! This version adds new features that make the analysis and visualization of data more user friendly and more relevant reports.

In this version, a complete overhaul of the dynamic text box, new calculation functions for post-processing, a more direct link with TrackImage ... Discover details of any changes in your download area.

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Maruti Suzuki India (New Delhi, India) trusts TrackReport to analyze its automotive crash tests
Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Logo Maruti-SuzukiAfter several months of technical evaluations, the test department of Maruti Suzuki India has chosen TrackReport to analyze its car crash tests. Engineers have been particularly impressed by the ease of implementation of automatic test reports with TrackReport, and were sensitive to both time saving that the product brings in the production of test results, and the quality and reliability of diagnostics and automatic reporting. The calculations library dedicated to the analysis of crash tests enables them to easily implement the various certification standards for automotive safety.

TrackReport deployment and user training are planned in the next months by French technical teams. Maruti Suzuki India can also count on the support of ORME local team and his partner Techno Vision System & Services, distributor of TrackImage and TrackReport in India.

TrackImage : new version released
Monday, February 25, 2013

TrackImage LogoORME is proud to announce the official release of the brand new version of TrackImage! Result of a complete overhaul of the software, this new version has been redesigned for better ergonomics, dramatically improved performance, and with the most robust and accurate tracking algorithms. Most importantly, it provides a direct link with TrackReport, software post-processing and generation of test reports, thus linking TrackImage results instantly with other measures of the test.

 For now, this new version provides the 2D Trajectography and 3D Trajectography modules. The Inlay module and the Air-bag module are coming up in the next few months.

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Opening of a new office in Bengaluru, India
Monday, April 23, 2012

ORME is entering the Indian market, with the opening of a new office in Bengaluru. Matthieu Boudet, who is in charge of our product promotion –in particular TrackImage and TrackReport– and of the support of our customers, will be settled there from the end of April.

India, with strong R&D and tests facilities investments in the automotive area, has an ambition to become a major role-player in the crash-test area. In this context, the Indian market looks promising. ORME, who already knows a series of successes both in France and Europe with TrackImage and TrackReport in the automotive crash-test sector, believes that its technical expertise in this domain will be strongly appreciated. The Aeronautics and Space domain is also targeted, with already positive feedbacks from some of the country’s key-players.