FMI allows any modeling tool to generate C code or binaries representing a dynamic system model which may then be seamlessly integrated in another modeling and simulation environment.
FMI Support in Dymola
FMI 1.0 support
Dymola have supported the FMI 1.0 specifications for Model Exchange and Co-Simulation since they were released in 2010. Dymola passes the FMI 1.0 CrossCheck for both Model Exchange (export and import) and Co-Simulation (slave and master).
FMI 2.0 Release Candidate 1 support
FMI 2.0 RC1 was released on October 18, 2013 and is supported as Limited Availability (no official support and only limited documentation) in Dymola 2014 FD01.
The Dymola implementation has only been tested with Dymola FMU export and Dymola FMU import (both Model Exchange and Co-Simulation), due to no availability of other implementations of FMI 2.0 RC1. No cross-checking or compliance testing was possible before the code freeze for Dymola 2014 FD01.
Note that the non-compatible FMI 2.0 Beta 4 specification is no longer supported.
FMI - Version 2.0 RC 1
FMI for Model Exchange and Co-Simulation (released October 18, 2013)