Royal Oak’s Sodius Merges with Germany’s Willert Software Tools

Sodius, a Royal Oak-based engineering software solutions provider, has merged with Willert Software Tools in Germany to form Sodius-Willert. The new company will offer integration technology and code generation for embedded systems. Details of the agreement were not disclosed.
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Sodius and Willert Software Tools have merged and will offer engineering software solutions. // Image courtesy of Sodius

Sodius, a Royal Oak-based engineering software solutions provider, has merged with Willert Software Tools in Germany to form Sodius-Willert. The new company will offer integration technology and code generation for embedded systems. Details of the agreement were not disclosed.

Sodius’ software solutions improve traceability, exchange, and sharing of engineering data. Its clients are in the aeronautics, space, automotive, defense, medical, and information systems industries.

Willert specializes in software development, specifically in the field of embedded systems. Its clients are in the automotive, aerospace, medical technology, railway, telecommunications, energy, and building technology industries.

“Willert is one of the most successful IBM continuous engineering and IoT partners in Europe,” says Thomas Capelle, president of Sodius. “With this merger, we can increase geographic coverage and our technical depth to become your global partner in extending the digital thread across engineering domains including product engineering, systems engineering, and software engineering, including PLM.”

The company will be able to integrate engineering information from system requirements and models to the bill of material, including bedded software, integrating systems, and software.

“Our expertise in model-driven engineering and development allows us to connect engineering information that drives innovative products,” says Andreas Willert, CEO of Willert. “With Sodius’ technology, we can automate these connections and create reusable code generators optimized for the embedded market.”

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