Electronic Training Simulation (ETS)

piXvfm, inc produces solutions in many forms. Mazda had a need to replace their aging breadboards used for automotive diagnostic training. The breadboards allowed the student to wire any number of components, test for voltage drops, currents and resistance and locate faults. Each breadboard cost over $2000 to build and was difficult to update.piXvfm created a software version of this breadboard that could simulate any circuit and allow testing and measurements in real time. Based on the same capabilities of a "Spice" engine, but at a fraction of the cost, this software is currently being used worldwide in Mazda training centers and in technical colleges in the US. Download a demo at software.pixvfm.com.