Power Electronics and Motor Drive Simulation
Reinventing Power Electronic Simulation
A sleek interface, an innovative solver and a powerful scripting API. We got you covered for all your simulation needs.
WHY USE SIMBA?
Incredible performance and accuracy. Learn more
Experience Power Electronic simulation to the fullest with a refined user interface that doesn't need any training. Learn more
Greatest scripting experience for advanced parametric studies and machine learning. Learn more
SIMBA users are at the center of our development process. This is why our roadmap is public and a public GitHub project is available to share ideas, report bugs, and suggest new features.
SIMBA supports large scale distributed computing and we don't charge extra for distributing a large run on multiple machines. A single licence can be used on an unlimited number of computers and cores.
Partnership for universities
Academic partnerships are granted, free of charge, to students and professors for teaching and academic research activities.
What Our Users Say About SIMBA
“SIMBA provides a great value for money with its ability to perform rapid simulations which is crucial during initial design stages of power electronics. The user interface is sleek and customer support is prompt.”
Anuradha Ogale, WAVE (Wireless Advanced Vehicle Electrification, Inc.), Power Electronics Engineer, USA
“Simulation is noticeably fast even with multiple modules and nanosecond range time-step; it could be a game changer.”
M A Moonem, Research Engineer, The University of Texas at Austin, U.S.A
SIMBA is powerful and very intuitive to use. I was able to learn it in less than 15 minutes. The second major benefit is the impressive calculation speed that outperforms other tools we use.”
André Andreta, Research Engineer, G2Elab, France
"SIMBA is user-friendly, fast and nice for power electronics engineers. It could help you to estimate your circuit design with less time."
Ou, Power Electronics Engineer, Sweden
"SIMBA is very powerful and I would recommend it to anyone needing the ability to run simulations of DC/DC converters. I especially like the Python API for parametric studies.“
Harish Kodarapu, Germany.