Conventionally, since 1980s, Structural CMS software
predicated predominantly upon Finite Element technologies, has been utilized
to typically design infrastructure, buildings, structures, machinery including
vehicles, vessels, equipment and appurtenances. In contrast Fluid CMS
software has even much broader and deeper design applications so long
as the investigated topic or designed object involves any forms or shapes
of fluid, whether homogeneous or heterogeneous gas, liquid or plasma,
ranging from solar wind (Astrophysics) to global warming, weather forecasting,
air and space crafts, automobiles, green technologies, biomedical devices
and apparatus, machinery, smart phones and computers, so on and so forth.
It is cogently estimated that the conglomerate global CMS market is in the vicinity of $US6B per annum, in which an American championing vendor carves up more or less 50% of the total market share, while the remaining share is sporadically scattered amongst a couple of dozens of SME consulting firms and vendors primarily in North America, Europe (UK, Be, De and Fr only) and Australia.
Despite these historical trends, the Asian Four Little Dragons (i.e., Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea) have significantly emerged the global economy in 1980s; and concurrently China has been performing an economic miracle achieving the second greatest economy in the world. It is interesting to note, none of these nations has successfully researched, developed, established and commercialized any CMS products, let alone an internationally renowned name brand CMS software. Instead, these nations, annexing both India and Japan, of which the former has been nicknamed "The Eastern Silicon Valley" --strictly in the context of IT computer software -- have been faithfully and purely importing highly expensive CMS software to satisfy their academic, research, professional and industrial needs ever since. It is also estimated China alone imports approximately $US0.5B CMS products per annum.
Computational Soft (CS) has already identified the following CSE/CMS market sectors and industries:
• academics, research, design and R&D departments, colleges, institutions
• aeronautics, aerospace, satellites, and defense industries
• automotive industries
• machinery and hydraulic equipment sectors
• hi-tech, electronic and consumer devices, gadgets and products
• built environments including large commercial, industrial, science and amusement parks
• meta-scale and complex civil infrastructure sectors
• transportation including air, land, sea, marine, above, and underground terminals and ports
• environmental including pollution, ecology; and urban and rural planning sectors
• manufacturing including industrial and household hardware and consumer products
• energies including all kinds of petrochemical, fossil-fuel, hydro and nuclear power sites, systems, components and facilities
• biomedical including state-of-the-art surgical, diagnostic and medical treatments
• meteorology, climatology, astronomy, astrophysics, cosmology
• oceanography, marine biology
• quantitative hazard and risk assessments
• forensics and litigation sectors …….etc
CS deliberately utilizes the geo-cultural intimacies between Hong Kong and China in terms of aggressively developing the HK-CN sequential markets. As beneficial as this factor may be, it is not the paramount element or the philosophy of the future successes of CS, but rather Product Differentiations. CS solely hones in on building genuinely innovative and superior products that, at least from the technological vantage, are objectively deemed superior to any CMS software currently in the market.
If CS merely settles for mediocre or same-old-same-old CMS software, which are definitely and easily outmaneuvered or totally annihilated by the existing public (free) and commercially sophisticated CMS software, then CS would otherwise have no commercial existence or viability.
Although consulting fees and prices significantly dictate the future CS market shares, CS religiously commits to superiorly quality products, performances and customer satisfactions, in addition to efficient-effective marketing strategies, presumably supported by future renowned and credible co-investors and partners -- especially academic-research institutes and CAD/CAE entities -- which in turn may even outweigh fees and prices in the context of clientele cultivations and market expansions.
CS confidently envisons extremely lucative CSE/CMS markets not only in Greater China but also her neighboring nations; e.g., Japan, South Korea, Singapore and India, whereby none of these nations, to date, poses any domestic competitors other than the American and European vendors.
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