Aras and Modelon Collaborate for Integrated System Modeling

Collaboration intended to support enterprise MBSE in the digital thread.

Strategic collaboration will enable customers to incorporate and use the globally-used, open standard systems modeling language, Modelica. Aras extends its vision for Simulation Management and mixed-fidelity simulation using a systems-centric, unified data model across all levels of model fidelity, physics and disciplines.

Aras announces a strategic collaboration with its partner, Modelon. This will enable customers to incorporate and use the globally-used, open standard systems modeling language, Modelica. Aras extends its vision for Simulation Management and mixed-fidelity simulation using a systems-centric, unified data model across all levels of model fidelity, physics and disciplines. Aras provides tool-agnostic simulation automation to meet the simulation needs for connected multidisciplinary products.

Modelon provides software solutions and expert services to organizations that use model-based simulation tools to design and develop technical systems. Modelon’s products, based on Modelica and FMI standard technologies, enable companies to focus on delivering a unified picture of product system interaction and performance – from product concept to operation.

Partnering with Modelon, Aras will expand the scope of simulations that can be managed and automated within its low-code enterprise platform. Users of Aras Simulation Management can expect to span the entire spectrum of model fidelity, capturing simulation best practices and scaling them to more teams throughout the enterprise. Incorporating Modelon’s advanced Modelica-based technology increases the use of multiphysics, multifidelity system simulation across the product’s lifecycle, reducing physical testing, improving requirements verification and accelerating design space exploration.

“Modelon’s mission is to advance open-standard technologies, allowing customers to leverage their tools of choice and share models throughout the product development cycle. By partnering with Aras, we are strengthening our promise to provide customers with open-standard system simulation technologies,” says Hubertus Tummescheit, chief solutions officer of Modelon.

“With this partnership, Aras customers will seamlessly incorporate Modelica system models into their automated simulation processes,” says Malcolm Panthaki, VP of Analysis Solutions at Aras. “They will combine traditional simulation and systems modelling (MBSE) to more easily perform mixed-fidelity system simulation that spans across existing silos. With simulation management from Aras, systems analysis data along with all other simulation data become an integrated part of the enterprise Digital Thread.”

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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