Engineering Compliance and Data Management Tools

Tired of digging for data?

Sodius provides products and services that facilitate the flow of data across engineering teams, from design to implementation.

We trace and transform engineering data, enabling cross-team feedback, collaboration, and innovation.

About Sodius

Sodius was founded by Jean-Philippe Lerat. In 1999 with the premise that modern Systems Engineering processes should scale with the complexity of engineering data and its increasingly collaborative nature. With that goal, Jean-Philippe centered many of Sodius’ technical innovations around the efficient processing and semantic understanding of leading engineering design applications.

The initial platform, MDWorkbench (or Model-Driven Workbench), planted the seed for cost-saving and systematic model transformation across engineering disciplines.

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Today, Sodius has become a leader in engineering data transformation and collaboration frameworks with a series of best-selling products, such the widely-used Sodius DXL Editor, enabling large corporations such as Airbus and Continental as well as government institutions such as the French Defense Department (DGA), the US Navy to better leverage their engineering data. By increasing the pace of innovation across a fiercely competitive landscape, Sodius’ solutions have become immensely popular in the industrial design and manufacturing sector, in particular in the automotive, aerospace, and defense industries.

A key technology component supplier to global corporations in the area of software engineering design such as IBM, NoMagic, Tasktop, BTC, Sodius provides white-label solutions to many of today’s leading companies, adding value to their technology ecosystems.

Sodius is located across two continents, with a headquarters in France, a sales and services office in the U.S. and support branches in Switzerland and Germany. Sodius also collaborates with academic institutions such the Ecole Polytechnique Federal de Lausanne, the Ecole Centrale de Nantes and Keio University in Tokyo, Japan.

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