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Advanced driver assistance systems, self-driving vehicles, Car2Car communication – these ever more complex systems require millions of lines of code, while innovation and test cycles are becoming shorter. How do you validate new functionalities today? And in the future?
With the dSPACE test tools for an early validation of your E/E functionalities: on the PC without a hardware prototype, with small to large hardware-in-the-loop test benches, open simulation models, a graphical test description, and centralized test data management.
You get the greatest possible safety, with increased efficiency! For advanced driver assistance systems, drive, body or other applications – dSPACE has the solution!

Automotive Simulation Models
The Automotive Simulation Models (ASM) are open Simulink models for the real-time simulation of automotive applications. They are used for model-based function development and in ECU tests on a hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulator. 

dSPACE SCALEXIO is a very versatile hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulator that provides highly flexible channels, can be extended to any required size and is completely software-configurable. Its application range covers all test domains and vehicles, including the test of electronic control units (ECU) of electric drives.

AutomationDesk is a powerful test authoring and automation tool for hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing of electronic control units (ECUs). AutomationDesk users can create and edit test routines in graphical format without requiring expert knowledge. 
SYNECT is data management and collaboration software with a special focus on model-based development and ECU testing. Designed to help you manage data throughout the entire development process (models, signals, parameters, tests, test results, etc.), it also handles data dependencies, versions and variants, as well as links to the underlying requirements.
VEOS is a PC-based simulation platform for virtual validation in the development of electronic control units (ECUs) and systems. It is used to simulate a wide range of different models (function models, virtual ECUs, bus systems, and vehicle models) in early development stages, independently of any specific simulation hardware.