Multiplatform technologies

The technologies we use allow us to fully exploit the potential of the target devices. From various forms of navigation and content presentation, 2D and 3D graphics, animations and multimedia, connection with the Internet and various online services such as Google Maps, Facebook, Twitter, etc.

Electronic publishing system

AMOS

AMOS is an authoring and publishing system developed by Simopt

AMOS is a publishing system for developing e-publications. Its biggest advantage is the possibility to publish to all devices.

It creates an e-book compatible with up to 8 platforms just from a single source file. The realization becomes easier and more effective because there’s no need to program or optimize the code for each individual device. All we need is just the time required for data processing, graphics and DTP.

Input data, multimedia

AMOS is capable not only to publish texts. It’s possible to include all multimedia like videos, sounds & music, interactive graphs, animations or javascript applications.

Output to all devices

The E-book is wrapped in a special application, which is compatible with Apple, Android and Windows based devices, including computers. It can be viewed on your internet browser too.

CMS (Content Management System) 

MAppEngine

MAppEngine is a CMS system developed by Simopt

Intuitive, powerful and reliable CMS for internet projects is suitable for everyone. It can be easily and intuitively controlled by anyone. This content management systems is included in all our internet projects and it is used by Plzensky Prazdroj, SKODA AUTO, Ceska sporitelna, CEZ, Sconto, Horska sluzba CR and more.

Game development ecosystem

Unity 3D

Unity advantages

Unity is a game and application development ecosystem: a powerful rendering engine fully integrated with a complete set of intuitive tools and rapid workflows to create interactive 3D and 2D content. The biggest advantage of Unity is a multiplatform publishing possibility. 

HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript

Why is  there a new standard rising?

HTML 5 is the latest standard for HTML - tag based language describing internet pages. The fourth version of HTML standard was released back in 1999 and since then, the demands on internet content was significantly increased. This resulted in a number of various third party plug-ins for advanced content playback. The situation began to spin out of control for both standards and safety.

The new standard enables video and audio playback right in a browser window, as well as 3D objects, animations and interactive content with no need of any additional installations.

In combination with cascade styles CSS3 and Javascript this technology is a powerful tool for an advanced internet content development.