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The Functional-Mockup Interface (FMI) has established itself as the de-facto standard for interoperability in the system simulation domain. Since version 2.0 was released in 2014, more than 170 tools have announced support for it, and in addition, there are many more in-house tools using it.
FMI 3.0 was released in the summer of 2022 and is a significant upgrade of the standard in terms of functionality. The new features increase the capabilities of the standard, especially for the following applications:
In addition, FMI 3.0 introduces layered standards, which allow a customized combination with other standards. This can be used to integrate collaboratively with different standards. Layered standards are of great use to, for example, combine FMI with industry-specific standards without overloading the core standard with features that are only supported by specialized tools. The FMI standard is part of an interoperable family of simulation standards developed and promoted by the Modelica Association, a Swedish non-profit organization. More information about the FMI standard is available at https://fmi-standard.org/.
This webinar will give a summary of the new features available in FMI 3.0, and how they can enable new applications.
This webinar is available for free to the engineering analysis community.
Hubertus Tummescheit is the Chief Solutions Officer of Modelon, President of Modelon Inc., and a co- founder of Modelon. Modelon provides software solutions and expert services to organizations that use model-based simulation tools to design and develop technical systems.
He has been involved in the Design of the Modelica language from the beginning and is the developer of a number of open source and commercial Modelica Libraries in the energy and HVAC domains. In 2003 he worked as a research scientist at United Technologies Research Center and returned to Sweden in 2004 to start Modelon AB, the first company fully dedicated to tools and services based on Modelica and FMI. Dr. Tummescheit is also a member of the board of the Modelica Association, and of the FMI steering committee. He is active in the future development of both standards.
Dr. Tummescheit has served as the CEO of Modelon AB from 2004 to 2012 and moved to Hartford, Connecticut in 2013 to establish Modelon as a leading force of innovation in system simulation in the United States of America.