Open and well-documented file formats let you integrate OMNEST into your workflow
All model files and output files are plain text to make it easier for you to generate and/or process them with your own custom tools or 3rd party software. OMNEST also provides command-line tools and C++ libraries to manipulate them.
Integration with existing simulation software using SystemC or HLA gives you interoperability
OMNEST allows you to mix native and SystemC modules in the same simulation without the performance penalty usually associated with co-simulation. OMNEST can also take part in HLA federations, and can be extended to interoperate with other simulators by other means.
Seamless embedding into your proprietary software makes you even more competitive
Simulations can be redistributed, and your users will be able to run them with different parameter settings. The simulation kernel, model components, even whole simulations can be embedded as libraries into your software products. OMNEST has been succesfully embedded into different simulators covering a wide area of application.
Eclipse-based Simulation IDE allows you to extend it with 3rd party and in-house tools and functions
The OMNEST IDE is based on Eclipse, a software product that many companies use as an integration platform. 3rd party extensions, such as UML tools and source code analyzers, are available from the Eclipse Marketplace. You can also extend the Simulation IDE and its tools with new functions, for example domain-specific model validation.