When Absolute Consistency is a must.

Intelligent model-based design tools for embedded software development.

A paradigm shift in agile model-based design.

SimuQuest intelligent embedded software development tools for model-based design empower you to make the paradigm shift — from time-consuming error resolution to flawless model delivery, from compliance concerns to failsafe performance, from complexity overload to simply powerful execution — by delivering… ABSOLUTE CONSISTENCY.

SOFTWARE SAFETY STANDARDS COMPLIANCE

UniPhi

Manage complexity, facilitate efficient collaborative development, and create error-free models with powerful centralized architecture and data management.
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QuantiPhi

Intuitive chip configuration, platform (BIOS/driver) code generation, and automated real-time error-checking – all seamlessly integrated with Simulink.
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Enginuity

Model and simulate with the virtual equivalent to a real engine with near real-time simulation – enabling rapid control strategy development.
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Complete, Out of the Box
System Solutions

Hit the ground running with customizable baseline applications that represent an entire system – defined with SimuQuest tools to have absolutely consistent and error-free architecture, data, and interfaces. 

These solutions come prepackaged and are immediately ready for simulation, production code-generation, and further customization.

Software-As-A-Service Licenses for SimuQuest Tools

SimuQuest products are developed by engineers, for engineers. Our tools seamlessly integrate with your current systems via APIs so there is no slow-down or disconnect. We facilitate efficient team collaboration around the world and can enable your team to leverage its collective talent to focus on what is most important: getting a best-in-class product out the door faster, and being certain it is error-free on release day.

We live in a digital world.

Why are errors still so common?

Embedded software development tools for model-based design

Software increasingly controls our devices and systems. There is an ever-growing pressure from customers and industry to add complexity to products, yet not enough support to mitigate the associated increased risk of errors. Ultimately, these errors can greatly impact business costs due to product failure, and more importantly, they can impact the safety of those who use the products.

Where is the gap? And why?

Current methods to maintain development consistency (spreadsheets, scripts, versioned databases, architecture design tools) tend to introduce errors up-front as they rely on tedious and manual tasks. Huge risks to quality and timing can be incurred as systems evolve throughout development because they are missing key elements:

  • Effective remote collaboration
  • Automated system integration process
  • Visibility into the overall system and its dependencies
  • Constant automated testing through Continuous Integration
  • Real-time intelligent rule checking with automatic resolutions


SimuQuest has focused on addressing these missing elements by developing our own tools to ensure sources of error and inconsistency are prevented, allowing any necessary changes to be embraced, rather than feared. This results in a decreasing cost of change that we have seen first-hand in projects with our customers.

Model Based Design Tools

SimuQuest’s products were invaluable during an ultra compressed prototype vehicle build project.

Instead of a large software development team and conventional development processes, two engineers working with SimuQuest’s tools (UniPhi and QuantiPhi) collaborated in creating custom vehicle supervisory controller software to interface between and manage the powertrain ECU’s, the body and chassis controls, passive entry and keyless ignition module, instrument cluster, and HVAC.  The vehicle controller was then additionally expanded so SimuQuest’s tools could be used to quickly develop software to manage a stop-start powertrain version as well as the hybrid powertrain version that followed.”

Mahindra Automotive N. America