Most of our application development is done in Matlab. Matlab has become the standard language for numerical computation, mathematical modelling and visualisation of data in the last decades. Using the principle "Use the best commercial tools available and develop new tools when necessary" has lead to the development of various toolboxes which make it possible to use Matlab as a fully fledged  programming language while preserving the typical advantages of Matlab. Modelit differs in this approach from other providers of tailor-made Matlab solutions. Examples of toolboxes that were developed by Modelit are:

  • Matlab Application Framework; the framework for all our applications
  • Matlab Layout Manager; a layout manager for complex GUI's
  • User Interface Toolbox; integrate Java components in Matlab applicaties
  • Webserver Toolbox; 
  • XML toolbox for Matlab;
  • Network modelling toolbox; building blocks for all applications for traffic-engineers
  • Distributed computing for Matlab; remote execution of Matlab functions
  • In memory compression; make extremely large datasets accessible as arrays
  • Docutool; automatic generation of sourcecode documentation

Java is an important component in our applications. Using Java enables us to quickly develop an attractive and useful software solution for every mathematical problem. If needed our applications can be deployed as compiled stand alone applications for which no Matlab license is required. Examples of applications developed by Modelit are:

  • DelftOD (proprietary), visualisation and analysis of traffic data on corridor level
  • TRIP (proprietary), visualisation and analysis of traffic data on network level
  • Maria (RWS-RIKZ), visualisatie, validation and acceptation of depth soundings
  • Melissa (RWS-RIKZ), validation waterlevel measurements in rivers and in coastal areas
  • DiaInspector (RWS-RIKZ), visualisation van timeseries from the Donar database of Rijkswaterstaat
  • WAVIX (RWS-RIKZ), model based validation of wave data based on neural networks.
  • Stormnet (RWS-RIKZ), prediction of stormsurges with neural networks.
  • SMARA (TNO/RPB), network model for traveltime prediction
  • SMARTMUC (TNO), multi-userclass traffic assignment model
  • Davinci (RWS-AVV), visualisation and validation of the traffic data
  • Fix, Database and analysis tool for fermentation data
  • FermBase, a datamining tool for the analysis of batch processes
  • FermView, online tool for monitoring of batch processes