This community edition provides the following features:
- Support of FMI 1.0 for Model Exchange and Co-Simulation.
- Simulation for compiled FMUs: an FMU must have at minimum one binary
corresponding to working platform.
- Simulation in Xcos with using any type of explicit solvers.
- Simulation in Scilab with fixed step integration (Method of Euler).
import FMUs: Allow the user to add FMU blocks inside Xcos. This toolbox provides
an easy way to use Functional Mock-up Interface for Model Exchange and
In Xcos it should to use the palette "Functional Mock-up
Interfaces", the user is able to simulate the Functional Mock-up
Units(dynamic system models).
It is possible to use several instances of a model and to connect
any models hierarchically together.
In Scilab it should to use the function "fmiSimulate".
export FMUs: Xcos model can be exported as an FMU for Model Exchange or for
Actually, only generation of FMUs version 1.0 of FMI is supported in
Code generation works by translation the Xcos super-block in FMU.
Generated model can be imported in Xcos or in an another simulation tool.
For enterprise deployment, find out more about our Enterprise Edition: