Cutting-edge systems for ECU software testing
- Hardware scalable from small to large systems
- For all vehicle domains
- Worldwide support
- Engineering for customer applications
Systematic and Reproducible
Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation is the method used to test the functions, system integration, and communication of electronic control units (ECUs). ECUs are indispensable for vehicles, airplanes and robots. The technical environment of the ECUs and interconnected system parts are simulated in HIL simulation. The HIL tests are very systematic and also completely safe, even when critical thresholds are exceeded. The main goal is to detect errors in ECUs. Once detected, the situation that produces the error can be reproduced whenever and however required.
- Fewer prototypes, fewer test drives, lower costs
- Higher quality (at earlier development stages), lower risks
- More comprehensive and more systematic tests in a shorter time
- Avoids recall campaigns and loss of corporate image
New Technology for HIL Simulation
- dSPACE Simulator Mid-Size
Standardized, off-the-shelf HIL simulator based on two boards from dSPACE's modular hardware.
- dSPACE Simulator Full-Size
Modular simulator concept that is assembled from off-the-shelf components according to your needs.
- Simulator Extensions
dSPACE has a wide variety of off-the shelf components that can be integrated into your dSPACE Simulator.
View online: HIL simulation systems (Product information, English)