Hybrid systems have both continuous and discrete dynamics and are useful for modeling a variety of control systems, from air traffic control protocols to robotic maneuvers and beyond. Recently, numerous powerful and scalable tools for analyzing hybrid systems have emerged. Several of these tools implement automated formal methods for mathematically proving a system meets a specification. This tutorial session will present three recent hybrid systems tools: C2E2, HyST, and TuLiP. C2E2 is a simulated-based verification tool for hybrid systems, and uses validated numerical solvers and bloating of simulation traces to verify systems meet specifications. HyST is a hybrid systems model transformation and translation tool, and uses a canonical intermediate representation to support most of the recent verification tools, as well as automated sound abstractions that simplify verification of a given hybrid system. TuLiP is a controller synthesis tool for hybrid systems, where given a temporal logic specification to be satisfied for a system (plant) model, TuLiP will find a controller that meets a given specification.