OMNEST simulation software is used by R&D staff, researchers and engineers worldwide to investigate various scenarios and design alternatives: architectural designs, wireless/wired protocols and networks, queueing-based and other systems. OMNEST lets you build and evaluate simulations in an Eclipse-based integrated Simulation IDE, and you can also embed simulations in your own software products. Learn more...
April 15, 2013
OMNEST 4.3 has been released with several new features, improvements and bugfixes. Faster project rebuilds, new data analysis features with computed scalar support, full screen mode and other IDE enhancements are complemented by new NED functionality and new utility classes in the simulation kernel. Details
March 5th, 2013
The workshop, which took place in Cannes at the French Riviera, drew a great crowd of professionals who discussed and demonstrated their latest research, including new ideas and contributions to open-source simulation models. As in the previous years, presentations have been selected from a large number of submissions, using multiple peer reviews to ensure a high professional and scientific standard. The program, including the presentation slides, is available online, and the associated papers are available in the SimuTools conference proceedings and the ACM Digital Library.