Video: Three Reasons to Generate Fixed-Point Code from a Floating-Point Model
Fixed-point code still has several advantages over floating-point code, especially for safety-critical applications. But does it still make sense to start with a floating-point model? In this video podcast episode, Felix Engel from dSPACE and Markus Gros from our strategic partner BTC Embedded Systems will shed some light on this question.
Distributed testing in teams has become an everyday routine, as an increasing number of colleagues work from home or different company locations. This is a challenge in the establishment of a robust test process, since quick, direct chats in a shared office space are not possible. Tracking changes and states is also valuable for reliable planning and continuous integration and testing workflows. Improvements in SYNECT and AutomationDesk support your test workflows seamlessly and with utmost transparency. For more information and a typical use case, watch this Innovation Coffee Brake. We also offer a step-by-step introduction in our tutorial videos.
Have you always wondered what you have to do to develop AUTOSAR software and how to best get started? This Innovation Coffee Break presents six basic tips for a successful start with AUTOSAR and our production code generator, TargetLink.
AURELION: New Version 22.1 for Sensor-Realistic Simulation at the Next Level
The new version 22.1 of AURELION, the dSPACE solution for sensor-realistic simulation for developing and validating perception algorithms and driving functions, again significantly increases the level of detail of simulations and visualizations.
This is demonstrated by new and enhanced light and weather effects, expanded truck/trailer model support, and even more U.S. traffic signs.
AURELION now supports the testing and training of artificial intelligence (AI) for autonomous driving with semantic segmentation functionalities that enable pixel-level annotation.
Did you know that dSPACE offers innovative solutions for developing and testing hydrogen fuel cells?
We support manufacturers across the world in bringing cutting-edge fuel cell technologies to market. Our solutions include tried-and-tested HIL test systems and simulation models for the fuel cell system itself up to complete virtual vehicles (e.g., fuel cell truck simulation).
Blog: How to Perform Vehicle-in-the-Loop Simulation
Real vehicle tests for testing ADAS/AD features are becoming more and more complex. By using a simulation environment as the sensor input, you can reduce the effort spent on creating the test environment.
Read our latest blog post to learn how to do just that.