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Modelon is a worldwide leader in developing and supporting Modelica and FMI open standards, allowing customers to leverage their tools of choice and share models throughout the whole product development cycle.

The company has world-class expertise in systems design and engineering, covering modeling, simulation, analysis control and optimization in a broad range of industries.

  • Automotive
  • Aerospace
  • Energy & Process
  • Industrial Equipment
  • Academia & Research

Automotive

Leading automotive companies worldwide rely on Modelon products and expertise for a wide range of applications, from performance improvements of Formula 1 cars to reducing fuel consumption for heavy vehicles. Modelon is well-represented in the following industry segments:

  • Car and light trucks
  • Race cars
  • Motorcycles
  • Automotive industry suppliers
  • Trucks and buses
  • Other transportations, such as train
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Aerospace

Aerospace engineers are currently faced with the challenge of designing aircraft to meet performance and efficiency needs.  Virtual development and the latest simulation methods are essential for delivering substantial improvement potential to the industry. Software for these complex and intricate systems is often safety-critical; verification and certification must be compliant with DO178-C and related standards.

Modelon has delivered highly advanced aerospace engineering solutions for the following industry segments:

  • Airframe OEMs
  • Aerospace industry suppliers
  • Propulsion
  • Defense
  • Airline corporations
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Energy & Process

Modelon has extensive experience with simulation and optimization applications for energy and processing plants.  The company’s software and services help customers develop new techniques to increase efficiency, improve production, and satisfy regulatory requirements.

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Industrial Equipment

Modelon’s expertise in modeling and simulation includes mechanics, thermodynamics, hydraulics and pneumatics applied in the following areas:

  • Industrial manufacturing machinery
  • Robotics
  • Heavy mobile machinery and equipment
  • Installed equipment
  • Mechanical power equipment and products
  • Fabricated metal products.
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Academia & Research

Modelon has a long tradition of working with academic institutions throughout the world. Open-standards-based technologies such as Modelica are finding wide acceptance in education, research and student engineering competitions.

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4 Benefits of Incorporating the FMI Standard Into Your Modeling Workflows

November 14, 2018

How much do you know about the Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI) standard? Modelon’s new eBook simplifies what the FMI standard is and outlines how it can be used to share and integrate models across varying simulation tools. Download a free copy here.

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Using Modelon’s Hydraulics Library to Model Aircraft Hydraulic Circuit Architectures

November 5, 2018

Modelon’s Hydraulics Library is a comprehensive and versatile library that allows engineers to easily model both EHA and SHA by maintaining reusable and scalable components. Additionally, Modelon’s Hydraulics Library returns reliable simulation results so designers can gain maximum understanding about their system’s performance. In this blog, we’ll show just how easy it is to model both SHA and EHA architectures using the Modelon Hydraulics Library.

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Easy Integration of Hydraulics Within A Crane System

August 30, 2018

Integrating hydraulics within your system? The Modelon Hydraulics Library can help. Learn how we used it to model and simulate a hydraulically actuated crane in a few simple steps.

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FMI and S-functions: What’s The Difference?

August 10, 2018

Both S-functions and FMI are standards for exchanging models, but how do they stack up against each other? Our experts weigh the benefits and disadvantages of FMI and S-functions in this new blog post.

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