System Simulation on the Cloud Has Arrived

Modelon 2022.2 Release features Modelon Impact Cloud, a system simulation platform accessible via public cloud.

Modelon 2022.2 Release features Modelon Impact Cloud, a system simulation platform accessible via public cloud.

Modelon Impact is a cloud platform for virtually designing, simulating, and analyzing industrial systems. Image courtesy of Modelon.


For the Modelon 2022.2 release, the company announces Modelon Impact Cloud, a system simulation platform accessible via public cloud. It includes productivity, increased scalability, both without the responsibility of hosting and maintaining data resources. For customers who prefer it, the company also offers Modelon Impact for private cloud and On-Premise installation as well.

Modelon Impact Cloud Now Available

Running on Microsoft Azure, Modelon Impact Cloud relieves customers of IT hassles that come with onboarding a new engineering platform—making it easier for teams to collaborate and leverage solvers from anywhere in the world.

Here are the core benefits of Modelon Impact Cloud: 

Elevated Productivity

Access your Modelon Impact workspace from anywhere you’ve got internet. 

Better Decision-Making

Enable experts and non-experts to interpret your models via platform features and web applications.

Heightened Collaboration

Bring team members, stakeholders and partners together within a centralized modeling and simulation workspace.

Increased Flexibility

Fully customize the code layer of your models and integrate Modelon Impact with your existing toolchains using APIs.

App Mode

All Modelon Impact customers can now use App Mode—a feature for sharing locked models as Apps with customizable parameters, data visualization widgets, and plots. App Mode allows users to export a model and share it with a colleague or partner.

A user can import the locked model as an app, allowing the model to run with different input parameters.

A viewer can then perform different experiments using predefined data visualization widgets, such as plots and graphs, to interpret the model.

View more product notes here.

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