LieberLieber Software and SparxSystems Central Europe will be presenting exciting innovations in model-based software development at their joint stand #449 in hall 4 at embedded world 2017. The newest highlights: Enterprise Architect 13 and LieberLieber LemonTree.

Vienna/Nuremberg, …..2017, embedded world – For LieberLieber and SparxSystem Central Europe, the year 2017 started with the premiere of its two-day “Enterprise Architect Best Practice Days” in Stuttgart, Germany. The event was booked out with 120 participants with the intensive workshops on the second day also generating a great deal of interest. The event centered around Enterprise Architect 13, serving a variety of domains with clarification of key improvements and extensions in this major release. “Building on the great interest generated by our 3-country roadshow last year, we were very pleased to welcome over 120 participants in Stuttgart. The two-day event platform was obviously well-suited to the needs of our users and highlighted the continually-growing interest in Enterprise Architect. The latest release contains a great many new functionalities, and this intense-focus format was clearly beneficial in this regard. Our trainers also visited nearby companies looking for additional consulting,” summed up Hans Bartmann, CEO of SparxSystems Central Europe. Naturally, Enterprise Architect 13 will also be presented at embedded world 2017. Among the many innovations in the new release are the new graphical user interface, improved project management options and functionalities for simulation or operation without the need for local installation.

LemonTree and Embedded Engineer
Meanwhile, LieberLieber Software will be positioning its two most revolutionary products at embedded world 2017: LemonTree, the “fresh” model versioning solution, and Embedded Engineer, which can now also be used with MagicDraw. LemonTree was presented in September 2016 after successful pilot implementations and offers an innovative way to develop and merge different model versions in parallel. Due to the constant growth in globally-distributed development teams working in tandem, parallel model version must be able to be efficiently edited and versioned directly on the model level. The verifiable adherence to standards and specifications is another key argument for the implementation of LemonTree.

LieberLieber Embedded Engineer links automated source-code generation with debugging on the model level. This novel solution facilitates the generation of C and C++ source code and thereby caters to the most important programming languages in embedded development. It also offers an improved UML debugger and “source code synchronization” showing breakpoints in the model and code simultaneously. Originally developed for use with Enterprise Architect, it now also runs with MagicDraw, the modeling tool by No Magic. “Resulting from our long years of experience in the area of model-based development, LemonTree and Embedded Engineer are two products that address a very broad implementation spectrum. The embedded world event is the ideal environment for us to reach out to our target group, and we hope to impress users with the benefits of our products,” explains Daniel Siegl, CEO of LieberLieber

Join us for coffee!
Those who wish to see Enterprise Architect 13, LemonTree and/or Embedded Engineer up close are cordially invited to join us in Hall 4 at Stand 449. As an added incentive, visitors are invited to experience the new stand design with integrated espresso machine. Why is this important? “Come see us at our newly-designed stand, drink Viennese coffee with us and savor the best tips and tricks for the implementation of model-based software and systems engineering in your organization in a friendly atmosphere. Our team is looking forward to receiving you and answering your questions.” Hans Bartmann and Daniel Siegl welcome all persons interested in benefiting from the collected know-how and experience on offer at our stand

Test Enterprise Architect 13 now: Trial, Lite and Full versions can be downloaded from the SparxSystems Central Europe website: