MetaCase Announces Participation in MoSiS Project

November 07, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
MetaCase (, provider of the leading Domain-Specific Modeling (DSM) environment, MetaEdit+®, today announced that it has been selected to participate in the ITEA MoSiS project on Model-Driven Development (MDD) in the embedded industry.

Founded by industry heavyweights Telvent, Nokia Siemens Networks, Philips and Telefonica, the approximately $30 million USD (20 million EUR) MoSiS project aims to strengthen the position of MDD as a key enabling technology for the successful design, development, and management of embedded software systems. Launched earlier this year, the project is scheduled to continue for three years, concluding in June 2010.

MetaCase has been selected to play a significant role in the high-profile project due to its position as a technological leader and established performance record in the industry. The company has been tasked with implementing support for the modeling languages and code generators, allowing for the automatic production of products from design models. MetaCase's widely adopted MetaEdit+® DSM environment provides a solid, industry proven base from which to launch further investigation.

"We are excited to have been selected to participate in this important project," said Dr. Juha-Pekka Tolvanen, CEO of MetaCase. "As embedded software systems continue to increase in size, complexity, and diversity, the industry needs to adopt better development approaches to manage these needs. Domain-Specific MDD, with its potential for full code generation, is the solution."

About MetaCase
MetaCase is the leading provider of Domain-Specific Modeling (DSM) environments. Since 1991, MetaCase has been enabling its customers to improve their productivity and competitiveness with modeling languages and generators designed to meet their needs. The company’s flagship product, MetaEdit+®, is providing thousands of developers worldwide with a more productive, higher quality approach to system and software development. For additional information, including full media kit and product evaluation details, visit