Geotechnical Engineering Modelling Software (GEMS) LLP was founded in 2018 by V.S.Chandrasekaran and Sriram C. and is headquartered in Bengaluru India. The GEMS aims at creating feature rich, easy to use computer aided design & engineering (CAD & E) software for foundation design and analysis.
CESDb currently lists 4 software developed by GEM Software, including Beam Foundation Analysis, Comprehensive Pile Foundation, Pile Group Settlement Analysis, Offshore Pile Foundation Analysis.
You can also visit developers official website https://gemsoftware.org for software support, product updates, licenses and other information.
Beam Foundation Analysis (GEMS) is a feature rich, easy to use finite element modelling software for beam foundations.
The Comprehensive Pile Foundation Analysis (Land, Bridge & Waterfront Structures) software of GEMS provides feature rich & easy-to-use program modules for pile capacity estimation, axial and lateral load analysis.
The Offshore Pile Foundation Analysis suite of GEMS provides easy-to-use program modules for pile capacity estimation, axially loaded pile analysis and laterally loaded pile analysis.
The GEMS – Pile Group Settlement Analysis software uses modern analytical techniques based on the subsurface soil profile, pile dimensions and group geometry to estimate the pile group settlement.
DeepFND is a powerful interactive software for deep foundation and pile design. Axial, lateral, settlement, structural and geotechnical analysis options.
PileLink is a pile data management program, which encourages a standard approach to manage pile data and exchange data between project management, pile installation and pile monitoring companies.
SETOFF analyzes foundation settlement of both, shallow and deep foundations, using commonly-accepted procedures.
PILEGRP is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of analysis of pile groups with rigid caps using the elastic method.
BOEF is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of analysis a finite length beam with free ends supported continuously on an elastic foundation.