“Modelify is one of those tools that engineers have been waiting for. Converting C code automatically to Simulink models and Stateflow is virtually unheard of right now, as most companies still continue to convert code by hand. Thanks to Modelify, we are now changing clients’ workflow. Modelify is drastically saving time, resources, and ensuring modeling consistency and precision...”
More than 100 universities, institutes, and research labs throughout every continent have used or are currently using EnSoft’s products. “Extending our various tools to students and researchers at universities allows future engineers and developers to tackle challenging engineering projects and find solutions much faster. Youth and the progression of technology go hand in hand, and EnSoft is happy to help any way we can..."
EnSoft today began promoting the release of a beta version of Modelify, a new tool that automatically converts C code to Simulink models, throughout several regions of Japan. Modelify was originally being sold globally as a service as early as September of 2014 and EnSoft has now began to develop Modelify as an off-the-shelf tool. Since Modelify’s development, both as a service and as a tool, it has pulled interest from companies like GM, Sony, Ford, FCA Group, Nissan, and Valeo...
"In our continuation to improve and add new functionality to Modelify, current customers and other companies have been impressed and excited about the automatic process of our C to Simulink conversions. The accuracy, rapidity, and high quality of the converted models is exactly what companies have been looking for..."
EnSoft begins a multi-million dollar project, announced today at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) kick-off day for their Space/Time Analysis for Cybersecurity (STAC) program. This is a joint project, led by Suresh Kothari at Iowa State University. EnSoft’s software analysis platform, Atlas, will be used for the research.