IoT and smart device simulation

Studio Technix is a simulation platform for IoT, Industrial Automation and AI-on-the-Edge devices.

Visualize sensor data, actuators commands, and data communication of your device in real-time.

Play, stop, pauze and even debug your code line-by-line while simulating its effect on the system.

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Internet-of-Things

Create test scenarios for your IoT device and setup test automation for integration in your CI/CD pipeline.

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Industrial Automation

Connect your controller software to the simulator and test your control systems with software-in-the-loop simulation.

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AI-on-the-Edge

Verify your machine learning algorithms by simulating in a safe, virtual environment.

Speed up development with a digital twin

Create a digital twin with drag and drop

Create a simulation model of your system by dragging and dropping components. With a built-in library of components, such as push buttons, switches, gauges, sensors, and actuators, you can focus on building functionality.

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Code in your IDE, simulate with Studio Technix

Program in your preferred code editor or IDE. Then connect your application to the simulator using a C API.

Our platform-independent API integrates with most embedded frameworks, like Mbed, WiringPi (Raspberry Pi), Arduino, ChibiOS, Zephyr, Stm32CubeMx (STM32).

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Connect with Studio Technix via the C API

Start, Stop, Pauze, Debug

Play with the system in real-time and experiment with different parameters.

Attach a debugger and step through your code line-by-line and immediately see the effect on the simulated digital twin.

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A Virtual Ride on an Electric Scooter using a Digital Twin
A Virtual Ride on an Electric Scooter using a Digital Twin

How does a digital twin speeds up development? Demonstration based on an electric scooter for a scooter sharing service.

Blinky in Studio Technix
Blinky in Studio Technix

The classic "Hello World" example for the embedded world, built with Studio Technix.

How much detail should a simulation model have?
How much detail should a simulation model have?

Studio Technix provides built-in component models. But how accurate should those be?

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