Modelon solutions are available for integration into third-party CAE software products. As part of our multi-platform strategy, and in an effort deliver on our commitment to open-standards, we partner with software vendors to integrate Modelon technology in their platform. If you’re a software vendor looking to expand your platform’s modeling application range, enhance native Modelica compliance, or support deployment and collaboration using the FMI standard, we can help.
Library Suite – Modelon’s proven and feature rich family of Modelica-based libraries can selectively be integrated into third party CAE software products – enabling users to quickly start comprehensive, reliable model-based system level simulations. With the multi-platform approach, Modelon is advancing the open concepts of Modelica by providing access to powerful industry standard Libraries on the user’s preferred platform.
Creator Suite – Modelon’s OPTIMICA Compiler Toolkit, the most advanced Modelica and FMI-native mathematical engine on the market, provides end-users with instant access to Modelica compliant libraries and FMI capabilities. Modelon’s state-of-the-art compiler handles multi-domain physical systems by choosing building blocks from a wide range of supported Modelica-based libraries, containing thousands of model components. OPTIMICA’s solver empowers evaluation of complex physical systems, serving industries and applications ranging from automotive and active safety to energy and power plant optimization.
Modelon Inside delivers on the vision of Modelica-based open standards:
- Strengthening collaboration within the enterprise and extended enterprise by enabling sharing of simulation models between departments or between an OEM and a supplier across different platforms, and
- Long term protection of enterprise investments in model IP and maintenance by relaxing platform lock-in
Modelon Inside proudly supports an expanding list of platforms including:
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