Adsimulo Website Update

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Adsimulo Website Update Dear guests & customers! We are happy to announce a new version of our website! This version is a full overhaul of the website that should make it a lot more user friendly and easier to navigate. There will be new dedicate support pages available as well as new ticket support system […]

AdSimulo Moved Into The Cloud + New Pricing

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Dear Adsimulo Customers Great news! AdSimulo app has been moved into the Cloud, and with this comes many advantages: Moving into the Cloud reduces IT costs and costs of future upgrades No more physical servers or offices are needed to run the application. So much easier for us to scale in the future depending on […]

Adrian Michael Godwin (22.12.1958 – 30.04.2019)

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Adrian Michael Godwin 22.12.1958 – 30.04.2019 We are extremely sorry to announce the passing of the creator of Adsimulo application and the Chairman of Movveo Ltd. Adrian passed away after a short spell in hospital in Hong Kong whilst on business in China. All who knew him will know that his Company was his passion for […]

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architects Select Adsimulo Lift Design Application

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Adrian Smith, the architect and designer behind the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, prepares to surpass his own record. His new Chicago based firm, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, is famous for their remarkable super-tall designs, notably the Wuhan Greenland Center, the 1 Dubai in Jumeirah Garden City, or the latest Shenzen-Hong Kong […]

AdSimulo Presented in Chinese Elevator Magazine

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The Chinese lift industry suffers from a lack of established criteria, standards or building code for lift performance and configuration. Professor Zhu Dewen, a leading Chinese expert in lift traffic, notes: “when lift manufacturers, installation teams or maintenance providers were asked what the lift performance efficiency was, none of them could give an answer”. There […]

AdSimulo 2017 Refresh

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The recent major upgrade of the AdSimulo application delivers a user interface which is simpler, faster and more powerful than ever! This is the result of a usability testing campaign we ran over the last few months, and all changes introduced to the application’s web front are designed to meet our customers’ expectations and the […]

AdSimulo Published in China

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A comprehensive article about AdSimulo has recently been published in a leading Chinese magazine “China Elevator” (vol. 28 no. 14). The editors are aware that Chinese architectural firms lack adequate design tools to carry out lift traffic analysis and to design vertical transportation systems. AdSimulo offers a solution to that problem and opens a completely […]

BCO 2014 Standard now included


Many users often require their office building design to be compliant with the above standard. The lift traffic profiles for “up peak” and “lunchtime” are very specific as are the average waiting times required to be met. They can be summarised as follows: Up Peak (Morning am): 5-minute Handling Capacity: 12% Traffic Pattern: 85% up, […]

AdSimulo reports extended for BREEAM energy assessment of lifts

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BREEAM (Building Research Establishment’s Environmental Assessment Method) is the world’s leading and most widely used environmental assessment method for buildings. It sets the standard for best practice in sustainable design and is used to measure a building’s environmental performance. AdSimulo can now be used not only to define the optimum number of lifts required for […]

Adsimulo BIM capabilities extended to handle more classes of lifts

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The international standard ISO-4190 defines different classes of lifts, as follows: Class I – lifts designed for transport of persons* Class II – lifts designed mainly for transport of persons but in which goods may be carried (note they differ from Classes I, III and VI lifts essentially by the inner fittings of the car) […]