Mobility is currently undergoing tremendous change. The consumption of fossil fuels is being considerably reduced and successively replaced by alternative propulsion technology, such as electric drives. Conventional combustion engines that run on gasoline or diesel still exist, but vehicles propelled by batteries, fuel cells, or hybrid drives are becoming an ever more familiar sight on our roads. Each of the above propulsion types places its own demands on development and testing. Learn how dSPACE supports you with its solutions in this blog.
Advances in electro mobility include innovations in electric motors, battery systems, fuel cells, power electronics components or charging technologies. The simulation tool suite ASM supports innovators in all these areas from the initial idea through the entire development process.
dSPACE Presents First 60 GHz Radar Converter for Validating In-Cabin Monitoring Systems
dSPACE has expanded its range of solutions in the field of radar target simulation: With the DARTS HBC-7066V, a converter is now available that makes it possible to operate any dSPACE Automotive Radar Test System (DARTS) in the 60 GHz V band.
Data is the most valuable treasure when developing functions for autonomous driving. Patrik Moravek, responsible for Data-Driven Development at dSPACE, explains how this treasure can be harnessed as efficiently as possible.
Blog: Change is the Only Constant: Continuously Reviewing Binary Resources via Pull Requests
In the last decade, software became a key business differentiator, and our customers need to develop more software with higher quality in shorter development cycles. We are not surprised that the demand for combining model-based development (MBD) and processes of continuous integration and testing is increasing. In this blog post, we show you our solution to use pull requests with MBD files to take your software development to the next level.
Video: The dSPACE Sensor Vehicle – Recording training data for our AI development
With the dSPACE sensor vehicle, we collect high-quality environment data for new dSPACE product developments, for customer projects, solution demonstrations, and for AI training and validation. We improve our products with AI for your autonomous driving tasks.
Video: Fuel cells are becoming increasingly important, particularly in commercial vehicles.
ASM Fuel Cell makes it possible to set up a realistic test environment for the ECU under test, no matter whether it is used in a classic HIL or SIL case with the controller only, in a setup where the complete system or a subset of test bench applications has to be replicated, or in a complete vehicle system test.
Functional safety concerns us all, especially when it comes to autonomous vehicles. One step in the right direction is to qualify their development process according to ISO 26262. dSPACE has received certification from TÜV Süd for its SIMPHERA software solution. For more information, read the following blog article.
Do you want to make sure that any kind of electrical vehicle can charge at any version of a charging station and/or wall box worldwide? dSPACE emulation systems help you to achieve this: they combine grid and battery emulation of regionally differing power grids and vehicle configurations at full power in one system. The model-based Power HIL approach allows for harmonics and fault insertion by mouse click and thus enables the validation of all operation points in the laboratory.