CoRE Simulation Models for Real-time Networks

FiCo4OMNeT Download

FiCo4OMNeT was developed to be platform independent and can be used on Linux, OS X and Windows. It supports 32 and 64Bit Systems. Please note that we won't continuously test FiCo4OMNeT on all platforms. You can see the current build status on different platforms with the current master branch below. If you experience problems while running on a specific setup, feel free to contribute a patch or open a ticket.

Installer (Recommended way of installation)

The easiest way to install our simulation models is the CoRE Simulation Model Installer. It is an OMNeT++ Plugin that helps you correctly install the models and their requirements. It can also provide you with a new version, when the models are updated Install the Plugin in your OMNeT++ IDE:

  • Open your IDE (e.g. OMNeT++/OMNEST) and select: "Help -> Install New Software"
  • Press the Button "Add..."
  • Insert a name for the new repository in "Name", e.g. "CoRE"
  • Insert the URL of our update page in "Location": ""
  • Select your new repository in "Work with...", this will take a while (showing "pending"). Be patient!
  • Select the feature "CoRE Simulation Model Installer" and press "Next"
  • The wizard will guide you through the installation...

After the installation you will find a new Menu option "Help -> Install CoRE Simulation Models...". The wizard will guide you through the installation of our simulation models.


We recommend using the installer plugin. In case you still want to install the models manually you can use these files:

Stable releases

There are no stable releases yet, please use the nightly builds instead!



You can get the Model from our git repository:

git clone

Or from GitHub:

git clone

Current State

The build state of the master branch is monitored:

  • Building:
  • Tests:
Ubuntu 18.04 Windows 10


The FiCo4OMNeT model is under continuous development: new parts are added, bugs are corrected, and so on. We cannot assert that the implementation will work fully according to the specifications. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE YOURSELF TO MAKE SURE THAT THE MODELS YOU USE IN YOUR SIMULATIONS WORK CORRECTLY, AND YOU'RE GETTING VALID RESULTS.

Last modified 10 months ago Last modified on 12/21/18 12:11:26