Digital twins enable remote development teams to innovate, share test assets, and collaborate.
Deploy device software to high-performance, cloud-native simulation platforms in Wind River® Studio for testing in all phases of development, from unit testing to system-level testing and debugging. This cloud-native environment provides ubiquitous access and almost unlimited resources to execute simulation technology at scale.
Wind River Studio Digital Twin Solutions
Wind River Simics
Full-system simulator used by software developers to simulate the hardware of complex electronic systems. Allows on-demand and easy access to a fully simulated target system, more efficient collaboration between developers, and large-scale test automation.
Open source machine emulator that emulates the machine’s processor through dynamic binary translation and provides a set of different hardware and device models. Can be used within the Studio environment for application development and as a testing platform from the Studio UI, from Visual Studio, and from a command-line interface.
Cloud-native reservation system hosting embedded hardware targets and large-scale simulation resources based on Wind River Simics® and QEMU. Ensures that dispersed development teams have high availability of embedded targets to debug and test.
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Create digital twins of complex systems and speed software development using cloud-scale simulation to test an almost unlimited set of deployment scenarios.
See how to create digital twins to enable software development and system testing in your DevOps environment.
Get access to targets through simulation, even before hardware is available, while sharing tools, data, and assets for efficient cross-functional teams.
Studio enables a virtual alternative access to physical hardware, greatly increasing engineering efficiency and lowering your overall product lifecycle costs through automation, from prototyping and development to deployment and maintenance.
Wind River Studio Simulation Ecosystem
QEMU is a generic and open source machine emulator and virtualizer.Learn More »
Simics Device Modeling Language is open source technology that provides a powerful modeling language for Simics simulation models.Learn More »
The Perfect Project
Do you dream of executing a perfect project? This paper will show you how by piecing together real-life experiences of Simics customers.Read the Paper »