• Multi physics simulation
  • Aircraft landing on water
  • Linear robot bailing a fluid
  • 3 DOF robot
  • Human robot collaboration

HOTINT News

Open Source is coming soon

As we have promised, the source code will be available this year! At the moment some final testing is still in progress, and the last minor questions concerning the licence have to be answered.

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HOTINT 1.2.1.Beta available

The Beta Version HOTINT 1.2.1 Beta is available for download. As you can see in the version number, there has been a major step forward. We have done most of the internal work, to be able to offer you also an open source version soon. If you are interested, please contact us. Since the last

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demos and videos available

In the section “demo” you can find examples which have been solved with HOTINT. These examples are not (yet) available in the freeware version of HOTINT.

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HOTINT 1.1.498.Beta available

The Beta Version HOTINT 1.1.498 Beta is available for download. For this release the focus was on

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HOTINT 1.1.462.Beta available

The Beta Version HOTINT 1.1.462 Beta is available for download. Main differences to previous version are

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new section support for the homepage

A new section, called support, is available at www.hotint.org. You will find there FAQs, help for trouble shooting and other usefull information.

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HOTINT 1.1.447.Beta available

The Beta Version HOTINT 1.1.447 Beta is available for download. Main differences to previous version are

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new tutorials online

4 new tutorials are online now: balancing cart flexible linear robot laval rotor 3 degree of freedom robot

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HOTINT 1.1.423 Beta available

The Beta Version HOTINT 1.1.423 Beta is available for download. Main differences to previous version are

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HOTINT 1.1.385 Beta available

The Beta Version HOTINT 1.1.364 Beta is available for download. Main differences to previous version are

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X2C is an open source tool for the model-based development and code generation of real time control algorithms for micro processor units.
X2C

X2C and HOTINT are developed at LCM GmbH

Linz Center of Mechatronics GmbH
with great support of the Institute of Technical Mechanics at Johannes Kepler University Linz

Institute of Technical Mechanics at Johannes Kepler University Linz
and with the support of the province of Upper Austria

Land Oberösterreich
within the regional development program Regio13 of the European Union

Land Oberösterreich

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