VIENNA, Dec. 3, 2012 /CNW/ - Our everyday life is dominated by electronics and software: smartphones, cars or medical devices are of no use without software. To help systems engineers and software developers with their challenges LieberLieber Software now offers its simulation software AMUSE 2.2 in a Free Edition.
The Viennese software producer LieberLieber is a main partner of Sparx Systems, developer of the modeling tool Enterprise Architect (EA), today used by over 300,000 system engineers. AMUSE (Advanced Modeling Using Simulation and Execution for Enterprise Architect) is a simulation tool for UML or SysML and a model debugger. AMUSE extends EA with rich simulation, execution and code generation capabilities. "We strongly believe that the model-based software and system engineering will determine the future of the industry and we are proud to support this trend with our products. Therefore we introduce a Free Edition and a Pro Edition of AMUSE 2.2 to allow all future-oriented engineers to easily enter a new way of modeling", explains David Siegl, CEO of LieberLieber Software.
The easy way to Model-driven engineering
Model-driven engineering is meant to increase productivity by maximizing compatibility between systems, simplifying the design process and promoting communication between individuals and teams. "We will help engineers to speed up the system development process and ensure an even higher software quality. Additionally we allow a better reuse of the source code by separating design from architecture", says Siegl.
SOURCE: LieberLieber Software
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