VisSim 9.0 Release

VisSim 9.0 was released earlier this year. The new version increases engineering productivity and expands its support of the Texas Instruments (TI) C2000 product family.

Speed improvements have been made to large plots and overall simulation, as well as to large diagrams with many conditional subsystems. Multi-scaled plots, polar plots, and a block and diagram finder have been added. New embedded features include an Execution Ordering block, a CRC16 block, and TI MotorWare InstaSPIN FAST and SpinTAC blocks for programming sensorless field-oriented control (FOC) motors.

“VisSim 9.0 has totally changed the way I interface to InstaSPIN-FOC,” said Dave Wilson, Motion Products Evangelist at Texas Instruments. “I have used it for lab activity in my motor control course, and my students loved it! They had the interface working and their motors spinning in no time.”

View the Complete List of VisSim 9.0 Features.

For a short period of time, VisSim 9.0 (new purchase or upgrade to new version) will be offered at a 15% discount. But you must act fast! This offer expires May 29, 2015

To take advantage of this offer, please e-mail sales@vissol.com or call 1-800-VisSim-1

Michael Hoffman

Michael Hoffman

Senior Vice President for Math & Systems - HyperWorks at Altair
Michael joined Altair in 2006, and is currently the Senior Vice President for Math & Systems at Altair. He has over 25 years of experience in simulation driven development gained in multiple roles in research institutes, product development organizations , and solution providers. In his current role he oversees Altair's new offering for the Math and System market.
He holds a masters and PhD degree in mechanics from the Technical University of Darmstadt.
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Michael joined Altair in 2006, and is currently the Senior Vice President for Math & Systems at Altair. He has over 25 years of experience in simulation driven development gained in multiple roles in research institutes, product development organizations , and solution providers. In his current role he oversees Altair's new offering for the Math and System market. He holds a masters and PhD degree in mechanics from the Technical University of Darmstadt.