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Testing of Networked Interior ECUs at Opel

Daniel Lemp (Adam Opel AG), 
Company: Adam Opel AG, Rüsselsheim, Germany
Published: dSPACE NEWS 2002/1, Mar 2002

Opel decided to rely on dSPACE Simulator for running the hardware-in-the-loop tests of the car interior ECUs for the new Opel Vectra, which went into production in January 2002. The Vectra features a wide range of systems, for example intelligent Electronic Climate Control, communication and entertainment systems, adjustable front seats, a rain sensor and a park pilot. The passive safety equipment includes front, side and curtain head airbags, Opel's patented Pedal Release System, and further improved active head restraints for protection from whiplash injuries.

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