News & Events

Systemite participates in the 2nd European Conference on Interoperability for Embedded Systems Development Environments

Systemite participates in the 2nd European Conference on Interoperability for Embedded Systems Development Environments - Dec. 3rd in Stockholm

Jan Söderberg held a speech on the subjekt of "Managing detailed development data in a PLM framework"

Feature graph in SystemWeaver

The picture below shows how feature models can be viewed in SystemWeaver. The very example is available to MAENAD partners in url:swap://maenad.systemite.net:443/x04000000000662CA, using the SystemWeaver client.

Graphical feature view in SystemWeaver

Systemite at Baden-Baden VDI conference

Meet us in Baden-Baden, VDI Electronic System for Motor Vehicles – we will be at stand # 70.

We will have some interesting news for you there!

Meet Systemite at DNV Model Based Development and Functional Safety Symposium in Seoul/South Korea

Systemite will take part in the DNV Model Based Development and Functional Safety Symposium in Seoul/South Korea on October 8th and talk about how customers use SystemWeaver to implement an ISO 26262 functional safety process in their development.

Meet us there to get up to speed on state-of-the art in this domain!

See us at the EAST-ADL Open Workshop, October 24th in Göteborg

At the workshop we will demonstrate the use of EAST-ADL in SystemWeaver, including tool integration and full model based support for ISO 26262. There will also be dissemination of industrial experience of using SystemWeaver.

Read more, and register at http://www.maenad.eu/OpenWorkshop2013.html

Jan Söderberg, CTO Systemite

Systemite participates in the CRYSTAL project

The CRYSTAL project - Critical System Engineering Acceleration - an 82 million € project, with 71 European hi-tech and research organization participants started in May 2013 and will continue until April 2016.
Systemite will contribute with knowledge in Systems Engineering, Development Process Automation, Tool Integration and the SystemWeaver(r) platform.

More information can be found in http://www.artemis-ia.eu/project/index/view?project=46

Summary of 2012

Summary of 2012

The focus of this great year has been on consolidation of current operations, after the last years expansion of business.
The consolidation has however included some expansions as well, like in our development department where Bart, Kristoffer, Martin, Peter and Kristofer have been hired, and in our Stockholm/Eskilstuna office where Noel has been hired. These already contribute greatly to our operations.
We have also extended our market footprint into Asia, while all our current customers have increased number of licenses and projects.

SystemWeaver® goes east – Systemite appoints reseller for the Korean market

Göteborg, September 1, 2012: Systemite has appointed the Korean company ESG Co., Ltd as reseller for the Korean market.
“We are pleased to have found such a competent partner as reseller on the Korean market” says Claes Anderson, Chief Business Officer at Systemite.
“Systemite’s business model combines delivery of the SystemWeaver® information management platform as well as deployment services to deliver solutions that bring true value to our customers, and ESG’s combined product/service offer fits perfect with our business model” Claes Anderson continues.

Growing Göteborg office

The Head Office of Systemite will double in size with the opening of a new office space, planned for June 2012. With the help of our host Wilundia, the new office will offer centralized air-conditioning, ample conference space for up to fifty persons, and an airy, loft-style interior with all-new surfaces.

New Plug-in option for SystemWeaver clients

The standard SystemWeaver client - the swExplorer - now has support for .NET plug-in views. The new option supports seamless integration of custom views and attribute editors with full access to the client's data. Plug-in views can react to changes in data like native views, offering the unique collaborative experience of SystemWeaver also to third party components. The plug-in support is based on the new SystemWeaver C# API offering first rate performance.