Isight and the SIMULIA Execution Engine (formerly Fiper) are used to combine multiple cross-disciplinary models and applications together in a simulation process flow, automate their execution across distributed computer resources, explore the resulting design space, and identify the optimal design parameters subject to required constraints.
The engine allows for drag-and-drop process flow creation, parameter mapping, and problem formulation as well as branching, looping, conditional, and other execution logic. The Runtime Gateway enables desktop and distributed execution of engineering process flows. Learn more.
How to Obtain
This software is licensed for use by MIT students, faculty, and staff for class instruction or academic research.
A shared license pool of 1000 Analysis and 70 CAE tokens is available.