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Integrate V-ECUs

The Advantages

  • Simulate Simulink models, such as Automotive Simulation Models (ASM), including engine models and traffic scenarios in VEOS
  • Simulate V-ECUs with plant or environment models in the same environment
  • Integrate V-ECUs and environment models from different sources in the same simulator
  • Restbus models can be generated by the Bus Manager and integrated with environment models and V-ECUs
  • Integrate third-party models based on FMI for Co-Simulation 2.0
  • Integrate V-ECUs on different levels, whether you are testing a new application software functionality or the integration of hardware-independent software

Virtual Test Drive

To run a virtual test drive, model a driving scenario using ASM traffic and import it to VEOS. In VEOS, integrate the virtual ECU with a third-party engine model as an FMU into the driving scenario. The overall simulation runs completely in VEOS, so there is no need for any additional simulation hardware or software.

Virtual Integration Test

To test whether the integration of V-ECUs will work, implement a system model: In VEOS, you can import V-ECUs and connect them. Additionally, you can create a rest bus simulation to mimic missing ECUs to VEOS. Afterwards, integration tests can be run using the system model.

Co-Simulation

Integrate your VEOS simulation systems with specialized simulators such as RTMaps from Intempora for sensor simulation using co-simulation. For example, you can simultaneously run a sensor fusion algorithm in RTMaps and have both simulators communicating via a network connection within the context of the project.

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