A year ago, on April 1st, 2021, the Leuven-based Diabatix launched their online platform ColdStream. In doing so, they introduced their revolutionary software –which works based on AI – to the rest of the world for the very first time, after only having worked with it internally for the last 5 years. This was a big step not only for Diabatix, but for thermal engineers all around the globe.
ColdStream is a tool any thermal engineer can use and potentially save months of manual work with. The applications for which ColdStream can be used are also very broad and companies such as Panasonic, ASML, Tenneco and Magna have been working with Diabatix.
Diabatix has also not been idle and a year after the launch of ColdStream, ColdStream 2 has been developed behind the scenes. This update of the platform not only adds new features, but also increases the scale of usability. In addition to projects based on your own 3D files, ColdStream 2 now also offers a range of standardized heat sinks to experiment with. This way, you can also simulate your ideal design within a wide range of the most popular types of heat sinks.
Just like last year, Diabatix has planned a launch event where they will introduce the new functionalities ColdStream 2 offers to the public. After raising an investment of €2,000,000 from Saffelberg Investments, Diabatix is currently also expanding its team at a rapid pace which promises to make ColdStream even stronger.