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MotionPort Becomes North American Distributor for RecurDyn

Customers Will Benefit from Focused Service

February 4, 2004 -- YPSILANTI, Mich. - MotionPort, LLC has signed an agreement with FunctionBay, Inc. of Seoul, Korea to be an independent software distributor of RecurDyn software in North America. "We are pleased to form this new organization in North America," said Dr. Brant A. Ross, Business Manager at MotionPort. "Due to the previous work of our staff with FunctionBay we are starting off with a great set of customers who are already realizing benefits from using RecurDyn. We look forward to helping new customers improve their engineering activities through the use of simulation-derived information."

A new web site at www.motionport.com is available and contains information about the company and its software and services. Additional information about RecurDyn and MotionPort services is available and may be requested on the web site or by sending an e-mail to info@motionport.com.

MotionPort will focus its resources on the providing quality support to its customers. Recently a MotionPort customer (and RecurDyn user) remarked: "I should emphasize that we are perfectly satisfied with your level of support and appreciate the lengths you go to help us. Your sense of urgency and level of technical support is better than what I've had for any other CAE package I've used."

FunctionBay, Inc. is a global supplier of a new generation of functional virtual prototyping software and services. Further information on FunctionBay is available at their web site: www.functionbay.co.kr.

RecurDyn differs from conventional multibody dynamic analysis programs in its formulation. It uses relative coordinates when formulating the governing equations of motion and kinematics. This reduces troublesome geometric nonlinearities in mechanical systems. For example, automobile simulations with differential gear models on conventional program frequently terminate before completion. Such situations are sensitive to integration error tolerance. Similar simulations are carried out successfully with the newer methods in RecurDyn.

Note to Editors: RecurDyn is a trademark of Function Bay, Inc. All other trademarks or registered trademarks belong to their respective holders.

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