Modelon to present at IBM’s Continuous Engineering for the Internet of Things Conference Leveraging FMI technology for physical system development in Rational Rhapsody

On November 3, 2015, Dr. Hubertus Tummescheit will present at ICE IoT a work on Leveraging the Functional Mockup Interface (FMI) technology for physical system development in Rational Rhapsody.

IBM’s Rational Rhapsody can be used for this Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) design process not only for logical systems, but also for cyber-physical systems.

One way that Rhapsody can be coupled with physical models in their native simulation environments is through the open standards based Function Mockup Interface (FMI), which has already been adopted by more than 70 tools.

The Functional Mockup Interface allows physical system models - written in for example the open standard modeling language Modelica - to connect to system controller logic developed in Rhapsody.

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