SUMO is a microscopic road traffic simulation.
SUMO is an open source, highly portable, microscopic and continuous road traffic simulation package designed to handle large road networks. It allows for intermodal simulation including pedestrians and comes with a large set of tools for scenario creation. Please note that code and issue tracker are now at https://github.com/DLR-TS/sumo/
A multi-modeling and simulation environment to study complex systems
VLE is a multi-modeling and simulation environment to study complex dynamic systems. VLE is based on the discrete event specification DEVS. and it implements the DSDE formalism (A merge of Dynamic Structure DEVS, DSDEVS, with Parallel DEVS, PDEVS). VLE provides a complete set of C++ libraries, called VFL (VLE Foundation Libraries), to develop DEVS models, to gets results of simulations, to launch simulation on cluster. The models can be developed with the DEVS formalism or with the classical mathematical formalism: Ordinary Differential Equation with Euler, Range-Kutta or QSS integrator, Finite state automaton (FDDEVS, UML State chart, Hybrid Petri net). The VLE environment provides an IDE to develop C++ models, DEVS coupled models. VLE have also three ports to use the VFL with Python, Java and R programming languages.
Volocian believes first and foremost that financial status shouldn’t be a barrier to entry in multimedia content creation. Whether you want to design a product or website, record a band, remix a song, or produce a feature length movie with professional post production graphics and effects, Volocian™ wants to help, even if you’re using borrowed hardware with no previous experience. We provide affordable products and services for any budget, including cost-free solutions for education and demo purposes, while everything we do is designed with ease of use and flexibility in mind, to suit everyone from novice hobbyists to expert professionals. Wherever possible, Volocian™ relies on free, open source, and cross-platform software to prevent vendor lock-in, planned obsolescence, and software as a service licensing. While we remain pragmatic about the use of proprietary software, as we’re aware of the feature limitations of some open source solutions, free solutions are preferred.
Tool to create textures for fabric & textile design
Patternshop is a tool to create textures for fabric design. It functions in a simple and intuitive way. Import your images into the software and they will repeat instantaneously, adjust proportions, while you arrange them and work in real time. Preview your work in real time, export a high definition matched image, with the texture and desired dimensions.
Object-oriented equation-based modelling and optimisation software
DAE Tools is a cross-platform equation-based object-oriented modelling, simulation and optimisation software. It is not a modelling language nor a collection of numerical libraries but rather a higher level structure – an architectural design of interdependent software components providing an API for: - Model development/specification - Activities on developed models, such as simulation, optimisation, sensitivity analysis and parameter estimation - Processing of the results, such as plotting and exporting to various file formats - Report generation - Code generation, co-simulation and model exchange The following class of problems can be solved by DAE Tools: - Initial value problems of implicit form - Index-1 DAE systems - With lumped or distributed parameters - Steady-state or dynamic - Continuous with some elements of event-driven systems
FXtransformer Designer is a graphical design aid for both power and RF transformers. RF Design: Broadband, Single-Tuned, Double-Tuned.
XinCNC is a free software for Computer Numerical Control (CNC).
Building automation (like KNX or OpenHAB) software (like CometVisu).
This project aims to provide software usefull in automation tasks like building automation. Different backends are supported like KNX or OpenHAB. Note: The project has moved to GitHub. Please consult: https://github.com/CometVisu/CometVisu - for the CometVisu https://github.com/OpenAutomationProject - for the different OpenAutomation subprojects
An open process control and laser engraving software solution
An extensive and multi-platform visualisation, process control and HMI application that supports many different devices via an open plug-in interface. Beside a visual GUI editor a debugger is part of the package.
Data aquasition software for Thurlby DSA524
DSAquire allows you to download and plot trace data from a Thurlby DSA524 digital storage adaptor (it's a 25 year old instrument, but better late than never, eh?). The data is downloaded via an RS232 serial link using a null modem cable. You can export the plot as an image or export the data in real-world units as a csv file. This software runs under Linux and also under Windows XP and later using Cygwin. Pre-compiled binaries are supplied, as are full sources under the GPL. The interface of provided via FLTK. Also hosted here are the service and operators' manuals for this instrument, as well as dumps of the firmware from the EPROM. Many thanks to those who have preserved these for posterity (the 2.79 and 2.86 firmware dumps where generated by me - the rest has been collected from around the 'net).
C++ implementation of TLD using Qt and OpenCV.
gerb2tiff is a command line utility to generate raster images from Gerber RS274X files, storing the resulting image as a TIFF bitmap.
Doxygemplate is an accessory software which semi-automatically generates a template of Doxygen comment block for C/C++. Doxygemplate is text editor independent, since it uses clipboard for generating and editing template.
A tool for CNC toolpath generation. Model data in, G-Codes out. The system is kept as generic as possible. Machines with up to 9 axis can be defined. Machine simulator included.
Ruby computer vision library
Video processing and computer vision library for GNU/Linux offering interfaces to do image- and video-I/O with ImageMagick/Magick++, Xine, firewire digital camera (DC1394), and video for linux (V4L). Port to MS Windows is underway. Note that this version of HornetsEye is deprecated. HornetsEye now is released as multiple packages on RubyGems.org. The source code is available on Github.com (see http://www.wedesoft.de/hornetseye-api/ for more information).
Compiler/Runtime for IEC 61131-3 (2014)
Compiler/Runtime for IEC 61131-3 (2014)
Developement on IEC61850 Server and IEC61850 Client on linux OS
Jumblino is the open source aircraft development project, targeting the complete development of a community aircraft. Complete community control of the aircraft parametrics will lead to the etraordinary development.
Windows software for fast instrumentation and control systems
KineticaRT allows you to build software instrumentation and control systems with fast screen updates, adaptable graphics and easy configuration. It supports simultaneous display and configuration while running. Using it, you can animate meters, gauges, trend graphs and many other items accurately and effectively. KineticaRT achieves its principal design aims of speed and usability by means of configurable display objects - inherently faster than animated user-drawn graphics. Easy to use on-line drawing and editing - shortens time from concept to completion KineticaRT's single combined development and run-time environment offers on-line screen modification - password protected to prevent unauthorised or accidental changes. Immediate feedback of the effect of changes made during screen development. No need to switch between edit and run-time sessions - improves productivity. Download and read the help file to learn more.
MAIA® Cyberius helps you to manage your informatic park.
MAIA® Cyberius helps you to manage your informatic park. You can launch all counters at the same time or just launch one at a time. The MAIA® Cyberius keeps every session in a log file, a file you can directly print via the actions menu, so you can take a look to the history even after rebooting your computer. It, also, offers you the possibility of changing the Price Per Minute and the country money.
MGSyn - Automatic Synthesis for Industrial Automation
MGSyn (Model, Game, Synthesis) is an open-source tool which integrates game-based synthesis into model-driven development for industrial control and automation. It is served for research and educational purposes. MGSyn has been originally developed by Department of Informatics (Unit 6), TU München and fortiss GmbH and is now maintained by fortiss GmbH. The software is released under the GNU General Public License Version 3.0 (GPLv3). Please download the tutorial for step-by-step instructions on installing and using the tool. It is advised to use 32-bit version (Eclipse) associated in the "MGSyn supplementary files", as the 64-bit version will by default demand huge memory, which may lead to Java exceptions.
This is an Advanced Process Control solution that is highly flexible and configurable and covers a wide range of automation, visualization and process control tasks from home control up to industrial automation.
an open source software for electronic design automation (EDA).
OpenECAD is an open source software for electronic design automation (EDA / ECAD). OpenECAD integrates all stages of the design process: Schematic Capture, PCB layout, Component editing, CAM file generation. OpenECAD is cross-platform program, written with QT5 framework and run on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.
Controls any Robot in Python
Developed on Python to leverage state-of-the-art extensibility and easily integrated plugins Able to use low cost robots with the accuracy and dexterity of much more expensive robots, achieved in part by: a) Ability to drive movement by inexpensive DC gear head motors, including the inherent ability to specify movement by applied force rather than strict space/time control that steppers impose. b) Arms and linkages don't have to have super tight tolerances, because accuracy is achieved by tightly integrated visual feedback that's easy to program and low complexity processing. Ability to program easily with a GUI and visual interface that sees things from the robots' camera perspective. Flexible use of coordinate spaces that make programming arms with 6 or more degrees of freedom super easy. Got a bot arm with 13 linkages that can reach around corners? Easy. Simple arm with only 2 degrees of freedom, with one polar and one cartesian? Any arm geometry works.