Champaign, IL 26 Mar 2015-- With today's release of SystemModeler 4.1, Wolfram is unveiling the next iteration of features in an easy-to-use modeling and simulation environment for cyber-physical systems.
"Today we are proud to announce the release of Wolfram SystemModeler 4.1. We will present some of the news in blog posts, beginning with this one, in which we will highlight the new functionality," says Jan Brugård, CEO, Wolfram MathCore.
One highlight is the integration of Mathematica's complete suite for reliability analysis. Consumer electronics, satellite systems, and flight systems all have different reasons for
valuing reliability. Reliability analysis can show where to concentrate engineering efforts to produce the most reliable products, estimate where failure will happen, and price warranties accordingly.
In all, SystemModeler 4.1 adds or improves over 24 applications, alongside many features. Highlights include:
- SystemModeler capabilities for exporting models extended to importing models
- Import from tools such as Simulink, Flowmaster, and IBM Rational Rhapsody enabled based on the FMI standard
- Import subsystems, e.g. control system models from other tools, and integrate them with your Modelica models
- Exchange models without exposing intellectual property
- Organize systems in series, parallel, and other structures
- Construct hierarchical models containing reliability block
- diagrams and fault trees
- Up to 50 times faster operations in the graphical user interface
Industries that rely on Wolfram's SystemModeler include but are not limited to aerospace, automotive, pharmaceuticals, systems biology, and electrical engineering. For a fuller description of new SystemModeler functionality in Version 4.1, please click here: