Connect & Deploy with SystemModeler

Deploy Models to Millions

System model analysis functionality is built into all desktop Wolfram Language products. Take any model created in SystemModeler and directly share it with millions of Wolfram Language users. More

Use manipulates, sliders, graphics and other Wolfram Language elements and deploy to colleagues, customers, students, etc. Let them interact with your models—exploring, configuring and analyzing.Less

FMI Import & Export

Share individual components or libraries with others as Functional Mock-up Units. Protect your intellectual property with royalty-free export of models to a wide range of tools using model exchange, or couple it with a standalone simulation engine using co-simulation.More

Importing standardized Functional Mock-up Units make it possible to integrate components from non-Modelica tools such as Simulink, Easy5 and CANoe. Less

Hardware & Software Connectivity

Put your models in the loop by directly connecting your own hardware devices and software sources, and run them together with the simulation.More

Connect to Arduino boards, OPC Servers, gamepads, databases and more. Streamlined Modelica libraries allow you to drag and drop hardware and software connections just like any other component. The Wolfram Device Framework gives you full control over your connected devices.Less

Deploy Simulations

The optimized simulation executable compiled by SystemModeler is self-contained, including all numerical solvers, and enables royalty-free deployment on desktop and servers.More

The compiled executable reads parameter values and initial conditions from an XML file that you can easily generate programmatically, and simulation results are returned in a standard format that you can interpret in any application. Less

Publish Results

Run simulation models under different conditions and configurations and automatically generate customized reports based on the simulation results. More

Share and publish your models and simulation results to anyone. Export the report in common formats such as PDF, HTML and LaTeX. Plots and numerical simulation data can be exported in standard image and data formats such as JPG, PNG, PDF, CSV and MAT.Less