Licensing Q/A

In its basic version (the base licence), the impulse software may be used free of charge under the restrictions detailed below. The use of functionalities and user possibilities beyond the basic version of impulse requires an extended licence that is subject to a fee. You may, however, test these extended functionalities within the context of a test licence, thus verifying whether the software meets your requirements.

Is impulse free?

The base licence entitles you to long-term usage of the impulse software for non-commercial purposes only, and/or in the areas of research and teaching.

Do I need a licence key?

For non-commercial usage of the base features, you don't need any key. A licence key, which is subject to a fee, is required to activate the extension of the right of use for commercial purposes and/or the extension of functionalities („impulse analyze“ and „impulse design“).

Is there a test license available ?

The extended functionalities „impulse analyze“ and „impulse design“ generally require a licence extension subject to a fee. During a test period not exceeding 90 days, you may however use, also commercially, the extended impulse software functionalities in the context of these licence terms. The Licenser will provide you with a respective test licence key to that end.

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What to do in commercial areas ?

To use impulse in commercial areas, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for a licence arrangement You may use impulse for 90 days after receiving a test license key.

Universities

Universities and other institutions of higher education can request free extended licences („impulse analyze“ and „impulse design“) for educational purposes only. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Students / Private purpose ?

Non-commercial users (Students, Hobby,..) can request free extended licences („impulse analyze“ and „impulse design“).

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