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OpenModelica 1.12.0 Beta1 Release - Open Source Cyber-Physical Modeling, Simulation; also CFP for EOOLT'2017
OpenModelica is an open-source Modelica-based cyber-physical mathematical modeling, architectural description and simulation environment intended for industrial and academic usage. Its long-term development is supported by a non-profit organization - the Open Source Modelica Consortium (OSMC). For download and more information about the release, see
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This OpenModelica 1.12.0 Beta1 release August 31, 2017, includes a number of improvements compared to the previous 1.11.0 release. The final 1.12.0 release is planned later in September 2017.
The most important improvements are the following:
* A new (stand-alone) FMI- and TLM-based simulation tool OMSimulator, first version for connected FMUs, TLM objects, Simulink models (via wrappers), Adams models (via wrappers), BEAST models (via wrappers), Modelica models. Regarding the FMI standard for model exchange and co-simulation , see

  • Graphic configuration editing of composite models consisting of FMUs
  • Graphical editing support for state machines and transitions
  • Faster lookup processing, making some libraries faster to browse and compile
  • Additional advanced visualization features for 3D multibody animation and visualization
  • Increased library coverage including significantly increased verification coverage
  • Increased tool interoperability by addition of the ZeroMQ communications protocol
  • Further enhanced OMPython including linearization, now also working with Python 3. Also Jupyter notebook support.
  • Support for RedHat/Fedora binary builds of OpenModelica

The OpenModelica development work is organized by the Open Source Modelica Consortium, currently 49 organizations.
Thanks to all who contributed and worked hard for this release!