In the development and validation of ECUs in complex, networked vehicle systems, classic application areas such as rapid control prototyping, hardware-in-the-loop simulation and ECU calibration and diagnostics are increasingly merging together. The engineers of dSpace describe how all the necessary development steps can be performed seamlessly and intuitively, the relevant interfaces connected, and the resulting data managed uniformly, by using a new, integrated experiment tool.
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Krisp, H., Lamberg, K., Hägele, H. et al. Universal experiment tool for efficient ECU development. ATZ Elektron Worldw 5, 38–41 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03242298
- Network Vehicle
- Relevant Interface
- Face Board
- Test Automation Tool
- Rapid Control Prototype