Software portfolio

Dymola is a modelling and simulation tool, used for model based design of complex engineering systems. Dymola fully supports the open standard Modelica modelling language and the FMI standard for model exchange.  There is an extensive library of multi-domain Modelica libraries.

Reqtify for requirements traceability

Reqtify enables the automated traceability of requirements across multiple engineering tools to help improve project quality and achieve certification standards.  It is the most effective solution for linking requirements to the development, verification and validation process whatever the requirement source.

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rFpro is software for driving simulation that is design to enable professional test drivers and engineers to test drive their vehicles in simulation.  It provide high fidelity track models with the fastest video pipeline and works with vehicle models from all major tool vendors.

VeSyMA is a suite of Modelica libraries for Vehicle Systems Modelling and Analysis.  Focused on automotive and motorsport applications it includes solutions for engine, powertrain and vehicle dynamics modelling and simulation.  The libraries are developed by Claytex and are compatible with Dymola.

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The Multirun tool is built on our in-house regression test solution for Dymola and Modelica models. It enables the parallel simulation of multiple Dymola models on one PC so that the impact of changes in a model can be quickly assessed across the full suite of experiments you use to assess the system behaviour.

Watch this space…

…for more software solutions coming soon related to ADAS and Autonomous Vehicle simulation.  This includes physics-based sensor models for rFpro and a new Simulation Manager for ADAS and Autonomous Vehicle scenario based testing and development.

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