Developing and Testing Hybrid Control Units

Published: December 13, 2017

Compared to traditional powertrains, electric traction drives and electric auxiliaries add additional degrees of freedom to the system with regard to functionality and packaging, which leads to a more complex and distributed control system (hardware and software). dSPACE RCP and HIL systems offer flexible solutions and comprehensive support.

Developing Controller Software with RCP Systems

The dSPACE in-vehicle test systems for hybrid electric vehicles let you validate of the overall control strategy and integrate controller functions into distributed ECU networks. 

HIL Simulation of Hybrid Control Units

dSPACE SCALEXIO simulators can be coupled to a modular network, e.g., for testing ECU networks or even full virtual vehicles.

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