The following companies/institutes will exhibit (alphabetic order):
- Ansys (booth 7)
ANSYS delivers unmatched capability and breadth for engineering simulation, with solutions spanning 3D physics, reduced-order modeling, embedded software, and multi-domain systems, featuring the Simplorer® physical modeling & simulation platform, now with support for Modelica!
Visit the ANSYS booth to see the ANSYS Systems portfolio in action, including the SCADE product line for safety-critical embedded system/software development and the capabilities of Simplorer for combining Modelica with ANSYS 3D physics, VHDL-AMS, FMI-compliant models, and safety-critical software.
- Concurrent (booth 10)
In this exhibit, Concurrent will be showcasing one of our cutting edge Hardware-In-Loop (HIL) solution package called Simulation Workbench (SimWB). We will demonstrate the Functional Mockup Interface (FMI) support embedded in SimWB with a working example. Why our solution is better?
1. Importing Functional Mockup Unit (FMU) files into SimWB is very easy and intuitive.
2. SimWB allows FMUs to be running in parallel with models created in other modeling packages such as Simulink, SIMPACK, AMESIM, veDyna, GT Power, etc.
3. SimWB allows IP protection since we do not need source code to be included in FMUs.
4. SimWB allows multi-threaded code in FMUs generated from Dymola.
- Cenit AG (booth 16)
- Claytex Services Limited (booth 15)
Claytex is an engineering consultancy that specialises in systems engineering, modelling and simulation. Our core competency is in the modelling and simulation of complex multi-domain systems using Modelica and FMI. In addition to working on customer projects, we develop a number of Modelica application libraries and FMI based tools. At Modelica 2015 we will introduce a new library for modelling batteries and a new version of the FMI Blockset which now provides support for Microsoft Excel in addition to Simulink. We will also have new releases of our existing Modelica application libraries available.
- D2T (booth 6)
xMOD is the key piece of the D2T suite of tools, software and equipment to achieve the complete powertrain validation across the V-cycle, using collaborative framework and workflow, system interoperability and know-how transfer; from MIL/SIL to the complete system test XIL and EoL tests.
xMOD is the most advanced co-simulation and heterogeneous model integration tool. Suitable for development phase of both Powertrain and ECU/TCU, it offers a powerful framework for MIL/SIL up to HIL development task using highly complex and heterogeneous models.
Thanks to unique numerical technologies, model complexity is able to be kept up to real-time execution. Able to manage standard interfaces like FMU, ACI, MCD3 and many more the tool can interconnect with calibration tools, application tools and other Automation system, providing unrivalled model execution and simulation capacities. This tool provides important cost savings on testing time and license fees.
At our booth, we will demonstrate the abilities of xMOD through a demo.
- Dassault Systèmes (booth 11)
Meet the experts on the booth to get all the answers about Dymola and 3DExperience and... have a great experience with Playmola Live!
Dassault Systèmes, the 3DEXPERIENCE Company, provides business and people with virtual universes to imagine sustainable innovations. Its world-leading solutions transform the way products are designed, produced, and supported. Dassault Systèmes’ collaborative solutions foster social innovation, expanding possibilities for the virtual world to improve the real world. The group brings value to over 190,000 customers of all sizes, in all industries, in more than 140 countries. For more information, visit www.3ds.com.
Dassault Systèmes has long supported the use of the Modelica modeling language for the complex systems engineering at the core of the company’s flagship brand CATIA. In CATIA Brand, Dymola, Dynamic Modeling Laboratory, is a Modelica compliant solution that efficiently models and simulates multi-physic dynamic systems. Dymola rapidly solves complex multi-disciplinary systems modeling problems that can contain a combination of mechanical, electrical, electronic, hydraulic, thermal, control, electric power or process-oriented characteristics and components. CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE provides DYMOLA capabilities, fully integrated within the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform.
In addition to, Modelica systems libraries are developed by domain specialists. Used in conjunction with Dassault Systèmes' Modelica based solutions (either CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE or Dymola) to quickly model and simulate the behavior of complex systems that span multiple engineering disciplines - from flight and vehicle dynamics.
- ESI-Group (booth 1)
ESI-Group is a pioneer and world-leading provider in Virtual Prototyping that takes into account the physics of materials. ESI boasts a unique know-how in Virtual Product Engineering, based on an integrated suite of coherent, industry-oriented applications. Based on Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Fined Element Analysis (FEA) and Virtual Reality (VR) technologies, ESI has developed an extensive suite of integrated, industry-oriented applications: to realistically simulate a product’s behavior during testing; to fine-tune manufacturing processes in accordance with desired product performance; and to evaluate the environment’s impact on performance. ESI’s solutions fit into a single collaborative and open environment for End-to-End Virtual Prototyping thus reducing, even eliminating, the need for physical prototypes during product development.
At the exhibition session, ESI will demonstrate some of its standard product and the new Modelica-based system modeling software product line called EXI-Xplorer with emphasis on its integration with the some of the ESI Virtual Prototyping solutions using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and/or Finite Element Analysis (FEA). The visitors will also have the opportunity to immerse themselves into ESI’s IC.IDO Virtual Reality system and experience a virtual world driven by Modelica simulations.
That is why we would like to invite you to come over to have a look at the ESI booth. You can join us there for a friendly chat with the ESI-Group technical and business development team. It is the perfect opportunity to get to know each other better and learn more about what we have to offer you.
- ITI GmbH (booth 9)
In the realm of system simulation, ITI is a leading developer of innovative software solutions and offers a vast range of engineering services that help to reduce time-to-market significantly. Our interdisciplinary software application SimulationX allows for comprehensive physical modeling of complex systems. Amongst others we support our customers in virtual prototyping, result interpretation and optimization of energy-efficient design. SimulationX supports the Modelica® language with open and complete CAx interfaces. ITI software solutions are applied by more than 700 well-known companies, such as Audi, BMW, Bureau Veritas, Daimler, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Germanischer Lloyd, Honda, Nikon, Robert Bosch, Siemens, ThyssenKrupp, Veolia and ZF.
- Kiastek (booth 19)
Kiastek is presenting CosiMate, a simulation framework based on an open bus architecture to support multiphysic simulation at all level of abstraction. CosiMate can so be used in all the simulation-based activities from development to validation through all different testing phase. CosiMate is also designed to be integrated into the company engineering workflow thanks to integration within lifecycle management tools.
CosiMate does support native coupling with leading simulation tools and also FMI for cosimulation version 1.0 and 2.0.
During the exhibition we will be presenting some industry use cases. Demo of CosiMate will be provided including the latest capabilities from version 8.1.
- LTX Simulation GmbH (booth 17)
- Maplesoft (booth 8)
MapleSim, the advanced system-level modeling and simulation tool from Maplesoft, is a Modelica-based tool that applies modern techniques to dramatically reduce development time, provide greater insight into system behaviour, and produce fast, high-fidelity simulations. The combination of the Modelica modeling language with the symbolic computation power of MapleSim enables a level of understanding, power, and extensibility that is not possible with “black-box” tools.
Visitors to the Maplesoft booth will get a chance to see the latest improvements in MapleSim. MapleSim 2015 includes powerful new tools for managing large models more efficiently, as well updated Modelica support, new and updated components, more connectivity with Maple, and a variety of interface enhancements requested by customers.
- Modelon (booth 12)
Modelon is a global and specialized provider of solutions and services for model-based systems development. Visit us in the exhibition to meet our experts and learn about our offerings in modeling and simulation. We present and demonstrate our wide range of Modelica libraries for automotive, aerospace, energy & process, and industrial equipment applications. New features of Modelon’s FMI connectivity products, including the FMI toolbox for MATLAB/Simulink and the FMI Add-In for Excel, are demonstrated, as well as capabilities in our compiler and solver platforms JModelica.org and the OPTIMICA Compiler Toolkit. In addition, a novel Modelica and FMI cross test platform, the OPTIMICA Testing Toolkit is introduced.
- National Instruments (booth 5)
- Open Source Modelica Consortium (booth 3)
The Open Source Modelica Consortium (OSMC) is an international non-profit organization with many organizational members, supporting the long-term development and usage of OpenModelica – an open-source Modelica-based modeling, simulation, optimization, and cyber-physical system development environment. OSMC provides OpenModelica both to industrial end-users and to industrial OEM companies for inclusion in products, to universities and institutes for research and teaching, and also consulting services related to OpenModelica and Modelica. We invite companies, universities, engineers, researchers, and students, or any interested developer to participate in the project and cooperate around OpenModelica, tools, and applications.
Visitors to the Open Source Modelica Consortium booth will get a chance to see the latest improvements of OpenModelica, including graphic editing, simulation, debugging, optimization, FMI, web usage, etc., discuss collaboration and how to use OpenModelica for industrial or academic applications.
- Ricardo Software (booth 20)
IGNITE, Ricardo Software’s physics-based simulation package focused on complete vehicle performance and fuel economy simulation. With an extensive collection of Modelica-based commercial libraries, IGNITE offers a complete range of powertrain configurations and options to be considered and integrated. Providing a comprehensive set of vehicle system “building blocks” allows users to quickly and accurately model complete conventional, hybrid-electric, full electric and novel vehicle architectures. Our faster than real-time simulation and native design/optimization tools enable users to make key decisions in the most cost-effective and robust manner. Visit us at the Ricardo Software booth to learn more about IGNITE and our Modelica-based library offerings!
- Siemens (booth 18)
LMS Imagine.Lab Amesim from Siemens PLM Software is the core software of the LMS Imagine.Lab platform. LMS Imagine.Lab Amesim is an open platform. You can access pre-existing libraries of comprehensive, validated, domain-specific models and create custom libraries using a full-featured Modelica development environment. You can also take advantage of LMS Amesim’s support for the FMI specification (full FMI 1.0 support and FMI 2.0 co-sim master support). Come visit us at the Siemens booth where you can learn more about the Modelica and FMI capabilities of LMS Imagine.Lab Amesim!
United Technologies Research Centre Ireland Ltd. (booth 4)
United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) delivers advanced technologies to the businesses of United Technologies Corp. (UTC) to improve the performance, energy efficiency and cost of UTC products and processes. UTRC also engages with UTC business units and external research organizations to expand the boundaries of science and technology through research and innovation, delivering technology options that meet and anticipate the needs of the marketplace. Founded in 1929, UTRC is headquartered in East Hartford, Connecticut and has research and development subsidiaries established in Shanghai, China, and Cork, Ireland. UTRC’s affiliate, United Technologies Research Center, Inc., has a research facility in Berkeley, California. Find out what it means to Be Curious at www.utrc.utc.com.
United Technologies Research Centre Ireland will promote current research activities involving multi-physics modeling based on Modelica language for Aerospace Systems and current career opportunities in this area.
- Wolfram (booth 14)
Wolfram is the company where "computation meets knowledge". It is the developer of Mathematica, the ultimate computation platform, SystemModeler, the complete modeling and simulation environment, Wolfram|Alpha, the computational knowledge engine, and Computable Document Format (CDF), an interactive, computation-based knowledge container.
- XRG Simulation GmbH (booth 13)
The energy system simulation specialist XRG Simulation GmbH will present his portfolio of commercial and free Modelica libraries (HumanComfort, HVAC, Hydronics, ClaRa) and Modelica related tools (e.g., ModelOpt, Canvas). Visitors will have the chance to get insight into the libraries' content and typical applications. Furthermore, exciting developments like the Modelica 3D Convection Model for coarse grid CFD simulations will be presented. The 3D Convection Model will be part of the next HumanComfort release and can be used for detailed flow simulations in air-conditioned spaces (e.g., in buildings and vehicles).
Another development is a comprehensive Modelica library for hybrid municipal energy systems which aims to design energy storages and converters for networks with high renewable power input. XRG Simulation's new open source libraries enable complex energy supply simulations covering the whole process chain from detailed power plant simulation up to complete municipal energy system optimization.