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FMI 3.0 New Features

FMI3.0 新機能の紹介

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Category(E)PPT slides
Author(J)1) 荒木 大
Author(E)1) Dai Araki
Affiliation(J)1) 東芝デジタルソリューションズ株式会社
Affiliation(E)1) Toshiba Digital Solutions Corporation
Abstract(J)Modelica AssociationからリリースされたFMI 3.0は、高度な連成シミュレーション、仮想電子制御ユニット(vECU)、次世代のデジタル・ツイン、人工知能、自律走行アプリケーションなどの新しいユースケースでのFMIの使用を可能にする新機能を備えています。FMI3.0の新機能を解説します。


Abstract(E)FMI 3.0 released by the Modelica Association is a major milestone for the standard with new features that enable the use of FMI in important new use cases: advanced co-simulation, virtual Electronic Control Units (vECUs), the next generation of Digital Twins, artificial intelligence, and autonomous driving applications.

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