ANSYS Advantage SIMULATION FOR SPORTS. Volume VII, Issue 2, 2012
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Simulation in the News
ANSYS has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Esterel Technologies, a leading provider of embedded software simulation solutions for mission-critical applications. Esterel provides software and systems engineers with a solution to accurately model and simulate the behavior of the embedded software code to gain insight earlier in the design process and to trace that process to its requirements
Embedded software is the control code built into the electronics in aircraft, rail transportation, automobiles, energy systems, medical devices and other industry products that have central processing units. For example, today’s complex systems, like aircraft and automobiles, can have tens of millions of lines of embedded software code — for cockpit displays, engine controls and driver assistance systems. This spans both graphical user interface code and controls code.
Esterel complements the ANSYS vision by extending capabilities to encompass both hardware and software systems. The combined solutions will enable customers to gain greater insight into the behavior of the embedded software as it interacts with the hardware — or physical plant — including electrical, mechanical and fluidic subsystems. This combination will accelerate development and delivery of innovative products to the marketplace, while lowering design and engineering costs and improving product safety.