ModelCenter® Integrate is a software solution that enables users to create model-based engineering frameworks to:
- Integrate any simulation tool from any vendor
- Create and automate simulation workflows
- Set simulation parameters
- Seamlessly run multidisciplinary simulation processes
ModelCenter® Integrate increases productivity by enabling users to execute significantly more simulations with less time and resources.More
Phoenix Integration's ModelCenter® Integrate software solution is a model-based engineering framework that provides users with a wide variety of tools and methods to encapsulate individual analysis or simulation models, store them as reusable components, and create simulation workflows. Almost any software application can be included in a workflow: user created tools, legacy FORTRAN/C++ programs, spreadsheets, mathematical models, databases, as well as Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) models.
ModelCenter® Integrate allows users to construct integrated simulation workflows by linking reusable components together using a "building-block" approach. Users can graphically create workflows by dragging and dropping components from workflow libraries. A graphical Link Editor allows engineers to specify the data that should be passed from one component to the next. The resulting integrated workflow may contain components that reside on any number of different computers and operating systems.
Once the workflow has been created, ModelCenter® can automatically execute the simulation workflow as many times as is needed to satisfy your need. As the workflow executes, data is automatically transferred from one component to the next (across the network as necessary), freeing engineers from the time consuming and error prone tasks of manual data conversion and data transfer between different simulation models. Computationally expensive workflows can be executed using parallel computing resources to shorten run times.
ModelCenter® can be deployed in a variety of configurations, including traditional desktop or network installations, as well as on the Cloud.