Simulation-driven software combines maths and system design

26th July 2016
Posted By : Daisy Stapley-Bunten
Simulation-driven software combines maths and system design

A software suite for multi-disciplinary design and engineering has been released by solidThinking. This model-based development technology suite drives innovation through simulation by uniquely combining maths, signal-based, physical and 3D modeling technologies for concept studies, control design, system performance optimisation and controller implementation and testing.

“These new tools are being deployed in recognition of where innovation is happening,” says Michael Hoffmann, Senior Vice President for Maths and Systems. “In this age of the Internet of Things, Big Data, analytics, and mechatronics it is the multidisciplinary intersections of mechanical, electrical, and control systems that provide the product and experience opportunities the marketplace is seeking for applications ranging from autonomous vehicles to wearable devices.”

solidThinking’s new model-based development software offerings include:

Compose provides engineers, scientists and product creators with a high-level, matrix-based language and a modern programming environment for all types of maths operations including matrix analysis, differential equations, signal analysis and control design.

Activate enables product creators, system simulation and control engineers with a block diagram environment to model, simulate and optimise multidisciplinary systems.

Embed allows control engineers and embedded developers to rapidly implement multi-rate control systems on target microprocessors through its powerful diagram-to-code capability.

solidThinking’s Compose, Activate and Embed are available with easy access for customers through its global network of channel partners worldwide, and through Altair’s patented HyperWorks licensing model.

To learn more about Compose, Activate, and Embed, register here for solidThinking’s Model Based Development webinar on the 23rd August.

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