With AutomationDesk, tests can be executed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, letting engineers increase test coverage and improve ECU software quality while saving time and costs.
Linux Version for AutomationDesk is scheduled for 2023.
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This website provides a link list for fast access to the most important support information for Test Automation Tools.
The training course covers the access to HIL platforms as well as a wide variety of tools: e.g., the Failure Insertion Unit, calibration and diagnostic tools, MATLAB®, and ControlDesk. The instructor will show you how to work with custom libraries filled with self-defined generic test steps and complete tests. You can gain hands-on experience in using predefined frameworks for your test implementation.
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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 a graphical format without requiring programming skills.
AutomationDesk’s interface libraries, compliant with the ASAM standards, allow for a seamless reuse of automated tests across different development stages, such as MIL and SIL simulation with VEOS, dSPACE's platform for PC-based simulation, and HIL simulation with SCALEXIO or any third-party simulation platform that provides a XIL API-compliant interface.
AuomationDesk Core is a Linux variant for running AutomationDesk tests on Linux PCs or Linux Dockers.
AutomationDesk provides libraries containing a large number of predefined test steps, e.g., for easy access to the simulation model, a Failure Insertion Unit (FIU), or calibration and diagnostics software. With AutomationDesk, tests can be executed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, letting engineers increase test coverage and improve ECU software quality while saving time and costs.
The close integration of AutomationDesk and SYNECT improves collaboration between test developer using AutomationDesk and test manager using SYNECT. Test case changes and test implementation state information are available directly in the tools. Inconsistencies are indicated by symbols and tool tips. Updates can be done by 'Push' and 'Pull' commands inside each tool.
Test Automation Software Overview: The modular packaging of dSPACE’s test automation software lets you select the packages you need for your automation tasks, and add other modules later on if necessary.
|Advanced Sequence Builder and Test project management and execution||
|Framework Builder library||
|XIL API MAPort and XIL API EESPort support||
The ASAM XIL API standard is the next generation of the ASAM HIL API standard. The XIL Model Access port (MAPort) supports test bench access at all stages of the function development process: MIL (model-in-the-loop), SIL (software-in-the-loop), PIL (processor-in-the-loop) and HIL (hardware-in-the-loop) simulation. The XIL Electrical Error Simulation port (EESPort) in ASAM XIL controls electrical error simulation hardware. It lets you set different types of errors.
The Platform API Package supports the MAPort implementation of the XIL API standard to access simulation platforms:
Convenient, comprehensive access to all ControlDesk features for:
AutomationDesk can also integrate third-party tools, such as CANscope, CANstress, CANoe, and CANalyzer from Vector. Please contact dSPACE for details on supported third-party tools.
dSPACE also has experience in connecting AutomationDesk to third-party hardware-in-the-loop systems, provided they support the XIL API standard properly, and offers engineering support on request.
Implementation examples (e.g., VISA Access Library, AutomationDesk CANoe Library) can be found in the Test Automation Software Support Center.
For validating ECU software, dSPACE offers several tools that are certified according to ISO 26262. These include Real-Time Testing (RTT), SIMPHERA, VEOS, AutomationDesk, the ASM tool chain and the Platform API Package. This means that all these products can be used in safety-relevant development projects in accordance with ISO 26262:2018 for all Automotive Safety Integrity Levels (ASIL).
The certification enables users to simplify their overall ISO 26262 processes. They can use the tools in safety-critical projects with very little qualification effort and are provided with safety manuals to support them in their use case.
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