Artisan Studio 7.4 enables system engineers to find problems earlier in the design cycle
Software tools and professional services company Atego has launched a new version of its flagship model-driven development tool, Artisan Studio 7.4 with an optional add-on, Artisan Studio SySim.
The new tool enables system engineers to find problems earlier in the design cycle, reducing the cost to fix.
Artisan Studio SySim augments OMG SysML models, making them executable, testable and verifiable as well as allows systems engineers to visualise multi-scenario, complex system behavior and combines different execution engines.
Atego vice president of Product & Marketing Hedley Apperly said: "Artisan Studio SySim’s simulation of SysML models dramatically improves verification, leading to real reductions in overall project cost."
This first release of SySim simulates and co-simulates behavior designs in Artisan Studio SysML, Atego Structured Action Language, VB.NET and Simulink.
Artisan Studio 7.4 now comes with new enhancements including extensions to its IDL3/IDL3+ modeling & generation, model explorer auto-bookmarks, plus user interface enhancements for model versioning and the automation API.
The new development tool will enable users reconcile sibling sandboxes, refactor state machines and difference the same package used in different models.