Wolfram recently released SystemModeler 4.1, a cyber-physical system-level simulation and modeling platform. The new release of SystemModeler improves core performance and adds features in usability and integration with the Wolfram Language, as well as many quality gains.
This integration will help engineers determine which parts of the system would benefit the most from their efforts; allowing design teams to better focus their improvement efforts and helping them make the most of the design cycle.
Currently, Mathematica’s reliability analysis is commonly used by satellite systems, flight systems and the consumer electronics industry to improve product reliability, failure analysis and warranty estimations.
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Name: Wolfram SystemModeler
OS: Windows / Linux / MacOsx
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