Create industry-specific applications to drive system simulation models
Simcenter System Analyst software is a company wide collaborative tool to consume system simulation models: configure, share and trace system variants but also simulate and optimize their performances.
Increase model usage for actual product development
Empower your project teams with a system variant performance evaluation tool, that requires no computer aided engineering (CAE) expertise. With this solution, project engineers can focus efficiently on mechatronic systems performance evaluation and analysis.
Decrease the cost of model development
CAE experts are standardizing and sharing their system simulation models and libraries of submodels to project teams. Complexity is hidden in the simple Simcenter System Analyst GUI. No need to redo your submodels since you can connect submodels from Simcenter Amesim, Modelica, FMUs or Simulink.
Address a variety of performance attributes while ensuring system simulation model continuity.
Simcenter System Analyst end users easily define their system variants from predefined ones available in the company database. The system variants can be modified by changing components with those in the database or by creating new components and changing their functional parameters. Those changes can be shared with all users and are fully traced.
CAE experts define any type of model architecture with Simcenter Amesim, Modelica or Simcenter System Architect and can import them in Simcenter System Analyst in a few clicks with their associated libraries of submodels.
Simcenter System Analyst end-users create multiple runs in parallel to investigate all potential mechatronic system variants. Optionally, design of exploration can be driven from Simcenter System Analyst using the HEEDS engine. Runs can be run from a HPC server.
CAE experts can reuse or create their pre/post-processing scripts in Python or MATLAB to provide specific pre/post company templates. Import your existing validated system simulation models and libraries of submodels made with Simcenter Amesim, Modelica, FMUs or Simulink.