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Test de calculateurs de contrôle moteur Comment simuler l’environnement d’un calculateur, y compris les composants réels en interaction avec lui et insérer des défauts spécifiques à des fins de test ADAS et la conduite autonome Développement de systèmes avancés d’aide à la conduite (ADAS - advanced driver assistance systems) et de fonctions de conduite autonome Banc d'essai virtuel pour les tests de fonctions Vous pouvez utiliser VEOS en tant que banc d'essai virtuel, constamment disponible sur votre PC Calculateurs pour capteurs et actionneurs intégrés Comment générer des signaux physiques afin de stimuler les capteurs et actionneurs d'un calculateur, par exemple au moyen d'un dispositif de montage du calculateur ou d'un banc d'essais mécanique Tests des calculateurs d'un moteur électrique Comment réaliser des tests avec des taux d’échantillonnage élevés afin de gérer un comportement de système très dynamique SAME: Perfect Grip, Perfect Grapes Innovative front wheel suspension for SAME specialty tractors Developing Converter Controllers dSPACE RCP systems support different approaches for developing control strategies for hybrid or fully electric powertrains Electronique de puissance et technologie des transmissions électriques Les produits dSPACE offrent un support complet pour les applications liées aux moteurs électriques et à l’électronique de puissance. Simulation de moteurs à courant continu sans balais Comment implémenter une émulation de courant et de tension dans des tests HIL JTEKT: Inspect the Unexpected Automated fault injection tests for JTEKT steering systems Functional Mock-up Interface dSPACE supporte le standard FMI (Functional Mock-up Interface) qui permet d’intégrer aisément des modèles de simulation provenant de différentes sources La technologie AUTOSAR dSPACE propose diverses solutions supportant AUTOSAR. Cas d'utilisation : Simulation de la cabine d’un camion Simuler la dynamique d’une cabine de camion pour les fonctionnalités de confort et de sécurité Développement du logiciel du contrôleur Les systèmes de prototypage rapide dSPACE supportent les systèmes de test embarqués pour les véhicules électriques hybrides Simulation d'environnement Comment effectuer des simulations d'environnement réalistes afin de tester les systèmes d'aide à la conduite Tests des fonctions AEB (Freinage d’urgence autonome) d’après la norme Euro NCAP Tests des fonctions de freinage d’urgence autonome (AEB) d’après la norme Euro NCAP Cas d'utilisation : Génération de calculateur virtuel (V-ECU) AUTOSAR Générer des calculateurs virtuels compatibles avec le standard AUTOSAR Controller Tests for Electric Motors dSPACE HIL systems support controller tests for electric motors at signal level Simulation à la carte Le développement basé sur modèle booste l'efficacité de l'industrie de la restauration Offres pour les universités Des systèmes de développement temps réel avec un matériel de simulation puissant et des outils logiciels complets. Simuler des systèmes de servodirections électriques au niveau de l’alimentation électrique Tester des calculateurs sans avoir accès à leurs signaux bruts d’entrées/sorties Electromobilité dSPACE fournit des solutions complètes pour le développement et le test des calculateurs destinés aux applications d’électromobilité. Chargement préalable des tests RDE Analyses basées sur la simulation des valeurs d’émissions avec des bancs d’essais de moteurs virtuels et réels Cas d'utilisation : Modélisation des systèmes AUTOSAR Modèle d’architectures de système basé sur AUTOSAR Cas d'utilisation : Développement des stratégies de contrôle d'un moteur électrique Développement de stratégies de commande d’un moteur électrique avec les systèmes de prototypage dSPACE Banc d’essai de systèmes de direction haute performance Pour les applications comportant un maximum de dynamique et de précision Simulation des bus dSPACE propose une chaîne d’outils complète pour la simulation des bus dans le cadre de la validation virtuelle, du prototypage rapide de lois de commande et des applications Hardware-In-the-Loop. Simulation d'un calculateur d'airbag Comment effectuer des tests HIL réalistes pour les calculateurs d'airbags Université de Stuttgart : Système de propulsion hybride pour l’avion e-Genius L’avion électrique « e-Genius » développé et construit à l’Université de Stuttgart sera équipé d’un moteur hybride à haut rendement, issu d’un nouveau projet de recherche Cas d'utilisation : Optimisation de la dynamique véhicule pour les motos Une chaîne d’outils entièrement à base de modélisation pour le bypass sur cible Cas d'utilisation : Développement de commandes moteur Nouvelles stratégies de commande réduisant la consommation en carburant et les émissions Banc d’essai pour systèmes de direction rotatifs Tester des systèmes de direction avec un support de direction rotatif monté sur la colonne de direction Tests de conduite virtuels VEOS vous permet de tester les fonctions d'aide à la conduite sur votre propre PC Test de calculateurs pour la dynamique de véhicule Comment s'assurer de la haute qualité du signal pour les vérifications de robustesse et de fonctions exécutées par le calculateur après mise sous tension Systèmes de trains d'atterrissage du futur Développement d'un train d'atterrissage électrique Tests HIL en boucle fermée de systèmes à capteurs multiples Tests HIL en boucle fermée de systèmes à capteurs multiples XIL API: One for All ASAM XIL API decouples tests of all test stages from the test platform Toyota: A Forward Leap for E-Volution Electrification for sustainable mobility – Developing the fourth generation of the Toyota Prius Tests HIL en boucle fermée de systèmes de caméras Système HIL en boucle fermée permettant de tester les systèmes basés sur caméra en insérant des données derrière le capteur d’image Etude de cas : Validation d’architectures AUTOSAR Valider les architectures AUTOSAR manuellement ou automatiquement Battery Management Algorithms dSPACE RCP systems support developing and validating battery management systems Simulation de bus virtuelle Tester des calculateurs et leur communication sur PC Banc d’essais pour systèmes de direction sans charge Exécuter un système de direction en mode boucle fermée pour les tests d’intégration de tout le véhicule Banc d’essai pour systèmes de direction avec simulation de l’environnement Banc d’essais EPS utilisé pour les tests de desserrage et pour les tests en conditions extrêmes au cours de la phase de développement Banc d’essai compact pour systèmes de direction Tester l’ensemble de la mécanique de la direction en utilisant des forces et des couples réels Airbus: HOMER Take-off: A review Multifunctional prototype for future space vehicles Closed-Loop HIL Release Tests for Camera and Radar Applications Closed-loop HIL release tests for camera- and radar-based applications Texas A&M University: A Bright Future Ahead Using solar energy as the basis for innovative hybrid electrical power systems Système HIL en boucle fermée avec radar et composants RF Système HIL en boucle fermée avec radar et composants RF Code for Battery Management Systems Automatic code generation for safety-critical applications with TargetLink® Simulation de « cluster » (groupe de calculateurs) La simulation de « cluster » avec VEOS de dSPACE permet des tests de roulage fortement automatisés sur votre PC Industrie de l’énergie électrique Les produits dSPACE offrent un support complet pour le développement d’applications liées à l’industrie de l’énergie. Test, supervision et analyse de calculateurs dSPACE fournit le logiciel ControlDesk pour l’analyse et la surveillance des signaux du calculateur pendant les tests Simulation du restbus dSPACE fournit un support outil complet pour la simulation du restbus Tests unitaires de communication de bus dSPACE fournit un support outil complet pour tester la communication du bus Cas d'utilisation : Fonctions de conduite automatisée Développement des algorithmes de perception, de fusion et d’application à l’aide des outils dSPACE ASAM XIL API De nombreux produits dSPACE supportent le standard XIL API défini par l’ASAM. Validation de fonctions avec des calculateurs virtuels VEOS vous permet de tester des interactions de fonctions sur votre propre PC Simulation d’une transmission manuelle automatisée Comment tester un contrôleur gérant trois moteurs à courant continu (CC) avec moteurs simulés ou réels Simulation pour le système de gestion de la batterie Maintien des conditions optimales d’exploitation des batteries à bord de véhicules électriques ou hybrides Recherche sur les moteurs de fusée hybrides La DS1104 de dSPACE contrôle le débit massique University of Michigan: Fly Like a Bird Developing morphing wing and tail elements Cas d'utilisation : TargetLink et VEOS Simuler et expérimenter très tôt en utilisant le code TargetLink Cas d'utilisation : Surveillance thermique de batteries Surveiller le comportement thermique de packs de batteries lithium-ion Enregistrement de données pendant les tests de conduite réels Enregistrement de données pendant les tests de conduite réels Tests HIL en boucle fermée d’applications V2X Tests HIL en boucle fermée d’applications basées sur V2X Tests de conduite automatisée en milieu urbain et sur autoroutes Tests de conduite automatisée en milieu urbain et sur autoroutes Prototypage des applications relatives à l’horizon électronique Prototypage d’applications basées sur les données de l’horizon électronique Typical Setup for Prototyping ADAS and Automated Driving Functions Developing advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving functions Université des sciences appliquées de Rosenheim – Moteurs synchrones triphasés Le laboratoire pour systèmes d’entraînements électriques de l’Université des sciences appliquées de Rosenheim a utilisé une MicroLabBox de dSPACE pour implémenter le contrôleur destiné à un moteur synchrone triphasé à excitation constante, équipé d’une in Etude du cas de la migration AUTOSAR Migrer vos projets AUTOSAR de la version AUTOSAR 3 à la version AUTOSAR 4 IAI: Chain-Free Cycling Serial hybrid drive for bicycles Emulating Battery Cell Voltages dSPACE HIL systems support testing battery management systems Testing auxiliary systems dSPACE products offer comprehensive support for electric motor and power electronics applications Controllers for Small Electric Motors dSPACE rapid control prototyping systems support the controller development for in-vehicle auxiliary systems Toyota Prius Toyota a rénové le processus de développement du logiciel de commande de la nouvelle Prius, notamment en y incluant le générateur de code série de dSPACE, TargetLink, combiné aux outils de test et de validation BTC EmbeddedTester et BTC EmbeddedValidator. Tests de calculateurs dSPACE fournit une chaîne d’outils complète pour les tests de calculateurs communiquant entre eux au sein d’un réseau BMW: Virtual Validation in Practice Functional SIL stations at BMW Cas d'utilisation : Prototypage pour la suppression active des bruits et des vibrations Développement basé sur modèle de la stratégie de commande Cas d'utilisation : Développement de commande du châssis Nouvelles stratégies de commande pour plus de sécurité, de confort et de souplesse Petit banc d’essai pour systèmes de direction Intégrer un banc d’essais « miniature » dans les espaces les plus restreints Banc d'essais de suspensions virtuelles Conception efficace et analyse de différentes installations de suspension Reconnaissance de piétons et freinage d’urgence autonome Tester les fonctions ADAS pour la détection de piétons traversant la voie Aide au franchissement d'intersection Simuler la circulation de plusieurs véhicules au niveau des intersections Commande de moteurs électriques Tests de moteurs asynchrones dans les applications automobiles Technische Universität Berlin: IFSys – Intelligent Flying System IFSys (Intelligent Flying System) is a student project that was launched in 2006 to develop an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that flies autonomously. DLR: Flying with the Iron Bird The German Aerospace Center (DLR) is currently designing a test facility that uses dSPACE equipment and will provide enormous flexibility in developing the flight systems of the future. Test de calculateurs ou de réseaux de calculateurs Les simulateurs de dSPACE vous permettent de tester un calculateur isolé comme plusieurs calculateurs en réseau, incluant éventuellement la simulation du restbus. Opel/GM - Testing Fuel Cell Technology General Motors (GM) and Opel are working on bringing hydrogen vehicles with fuel cell propulsion up to production level. Strategic Use of HIL and SIL Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) and software-in-the-loop (SIL) simulations have long been used to test electronic control units (ECUs) and software. Active Noise Reduction Research is currently focusing on active systems for turboprop airplanes, whose powerful engines cause high sound pressure inside the plane, experienced by passengers and crew as loud noise. Audio Playback Control Development Audio playbacks are mechanisms that read data from a storage medium, such as CD digital audio, CD-R or MP3 disc, and produce commands and signals that an audio system turns into music. AUTOSAR in the Development Process Daimler AG is introducing AUTOSAR in the fields of comfort and vehicle interior functions as part of its activities for standardizing function library software modules. Never Without Power Liebherr-Aerospace Lindenberg GmbH is using dSPACE hardware and software to develop an alternative, fuel-cell-based emergency power system that supplies electricity no matter what the situation is. Virtual Engine Test Bench Variable valve systems improve the efficiency of modern gasoline engines. Testing the engine control units designed for them requires novel, detailed simulation models with high physical resolution. Capable Co-Drivers Intelligent driver assistance systems are a prime issue in the automobile industry Smart Home In Japan, in the wake of the nuclear power plant accident accompanying the Tohoku earthquake on March 11, 2011, people’s expectations of renewable energy sources have soared. Fuel Cell Revolution For the past 20 years, Ford has gained a wealth of experience from their research and development of fuel cells for in-vehicle use. Ford’s researchers have tested several concepts in the laboratory and on the road. Project Orbit Satellite computers have to handle a whole range of monitoring and control tasks. Milieu universitaire dSPACE propose aux universités et aux instituts de recherche des systèmes flexibles présentant toutes les options nécessaires au développement basé sur modèle de commandes mécatroniques. Véhicules utilitaires et tout terrain Développement logiciel embarqué pour les véhicules utilitaires tels que camions, bus et véhicules tout terrain Industrie aérospatiale Les produits dSPACE sont utilisés pour de nombreuses applications aérospatiales, telles que le développement de commandes moteur et les tests des dispositifs de contrôle. Simulation d’une transmission hybride Comment atteindre une acquisition de données et taux de charge CPU précis pour un modèle de machines électriques La microscopique d’Einstein Mesurer l’effet Lense-Thrigging Le top modèle de la NASA La NASA utilise un UAV (avion sans pilote) pour étudier les situations de vol qui seraient trop dangereuses et trop coûteuses à réaliser avec un avion réel. Un système dSPACE communiquant par radio, joue le rôle du dispositif de commande de vol à bord. Test et vérification du système de navigation hybride SHEFEX-2 Système HIL dSPACE pour le test d’un système de navigation hybride « Le premier vol » du télescope embarqué SOFIA SOFIA (Stratospheric Observatory For Infrared Astronomy) exécute son premier vol d’observation Liebherr-Elektronik GmbH: Electrifiant Utilisation de filtres principaux actifs pour supprimer les interférences dans les systèmes électriques des avions DLR : Solo pour ARTIS Développement et tests d'un aéronef intelligent et autonome DFKI : Le rendez-vous pour la simulation de satellites Tests au sol et réalistes de mouvements de satellite Mesure du nuage de cendres du volcan chilien Le satellite MetOp fournit des données sur le nuage de cendres en provenance du volcan Puyehue Technische Universität Berlin : IFSys – Système de vol intelligent Développement d'un aéronef Lancement réussi pour SHEFEX II Recherche sur un nouveau bouclier thermique innovant Le simulateur de pilotage de TOYOTA Motorsport GmbH Comportement d'un véhicule contrôlé par un simulateur HIL dSPACE Lancement réussi du satellite météorologique MetOp-B Lancement réussi du satellite météorologique MetOp-B Younicos : Autosuffisance grâce au vent et au soleil La société Younicos, située à Berlin, mène actuellement le projet d'installation d’un complexe photovoltaïque, d’un parc éolien et d’un système de stockage d'énergie sur l'une des îles des Açores afin d'en assurer les besoins énergétiques sans alimentatio dSPACE sponsorise la course de côte internationale du Pic Pikes Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) a décidé de participer à la course de côte internationale du Pic Pikes (PPIHC) ayant lieu en juin, au Colorado avec une voiture de course MiEV EvolutionII EV équipée du système de prototypage rapide MicroAutoBox II de Satellite Test Systems: Going Into Orbit dSPACE pushes ahead with satellite test system Assistants d'atterrissage basé sur capteur Le système de capteurs actuellement en développement chez ESG permettra aux hélicoptères d'atterrir en toute sécurité même en cas de visibilité limitée. Développement de systèmes de direction mécatroniques Comment concevoir un banc de test HIL pour les systèmes de direction tout en préservant les sensations de conduite Tests des réseaux de calculateurs des groupes motopropulseurs électriques hybrides Comment répondre aux exigences élevées de développement et de tests afin de garantir la fiabilité des fonctions de contrôle hybrides à tout moment Simuler des systèmes de servodirections électriques au niveau de l’alimentation mécanique Comment stimuler physiquement des calculateurs pour des tests HIL Tester un servo-contrôleur Comment tester une grande diversité de configurations de moteurs, d’étages de puissance, de capteurs et de systèmes de bus Tests de calculateurs avec indicateur optique Comment relier un système de reconnaissance d'images en temps réel, équipé d'une caméra à un dispositif de simulation HIL Exécution de tests de calculateurs FlexRay Comment tester soit un seul calculateur ou un réseau de calculateurs avec une communication bus représentative sur un simulateur HIL dSPACE Autres domaines Quel que soit votre domaine, que vous développiez des applications de lois de commande pour la médecine, la robotique, les entraînements ou toute autre secteur, dSPACE vous offre une chaîne d'outils transparente pour développer des automatismes. Industrie automobile Les systèmes dSPACE sont utilisés avec succès par des clients internationaux du domaine automobile pour le développement et le test de l’électronique embarquée. Electronics Take Off Real-time testing of modern actuation systems at Moog Highly Dynamic Testing Real-time modeling of a permanent magnet electrical machine for ECU functional validation applications smartCUT: Safe Surgery Semiautomatic surgical saw for heart, chest and brain operations Electric Parking Non-intrusive, fast integration of an x-by-wire control system Sound Asleep Active noise reduction in the home assistants basés sur capteur Le système de capteurs actuellement en développement chez ESG permettra aux hélicoptères d'atterrir en toute sécurité même en cas de visibilité limitée. Penser plus loin Des solutions pour plus de productivité dans le processus de développement MicroAutoBox pour le contrôle en plein vol Développement de systèmes de contrôle innovants Success in Action Launched two years ago, the SCALEXIO hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) test systems from dSPACE have already proven their value in numerous customer projects. Aiming High Mazda is pursuing two main goals for its automobiles: an enjoyable driving experience on the one hand, and outstandingly low fuel consumption and emission levels on the other. Process for Functional Safety The Siemens Drive Technologies Division has added modelbased development to their classic software development process for implementing safety-critical vehicle functions. Architecture with Brains Researchers at the University of Stuttgart are working to develop lightweight load-bearing structures that respond to external loads. Robots in the Rose Garden Limited resources, climate change and a rapidly growing world population make efficiency and sustainability the biggest challenges in horticulture and agriculture. The Cutting Edge The new TS500i cut-off machine with STIHL Injection is the fi rst-ever batteryless, completely electronically controlled injection system for handheld power tools with a two-stroke engine on the market. Ions at the Start The 12-volt lead-acid starter batteries used in conventional vehicles are reaching their performance limits. CIRA: Diving Back to Earth The Centro Italiano Ricerche Aerospaziali (the Italian Aerospace Research Center, or CIRA) is using an unmanned space vehicle (USV) to research technologies that are vital to the development of future space transporters. Systematic Vehicle Safety On behalf of the Indian automotive industry and the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, ARAI is producing a concept for high-performance safety systems, together with a sample process for the model-based development of such systems. Surviving Tough Terrain In commercial and military vehicles, the improved mobility provided by advanced active suspensions – especially in rugged terrains – becomes a matter of survivability, effective crew performance, safety and reliability. Less is More ISUZU is developing an electro-hydraulically actuated variable valve system as an engine device to simultaneously reduce exhaust gases and fuel consumption. DFKI DFKI: Simulated Satellite Rendezvous Siemens: 1000 MW in the Test Lab Simulating steam turbines for power generation Astrium: Next Generation Satellite Communications Astrium reached greatest possible antenna positioning accuracy with rapid control prototyping tools and support from dSPACE. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries: More Efficient Combustion Engines Variable valve control for a camless engine with fast hydraulic actuators China Northern Railway: China on the Fast Track Chinese railway equipment manufacturer uses dSPACE HIL to speed up their Traction Control Unit (TCU) development Valtra: Efficiency in the Field Continuously variable transmission with power-split driveline for more power and lower costs Spotlight on Hazards An innovative new light function offers motorists more safety and comfort during night-time driving, using image sensors that detect potentially dangerous objects on the road and specially designed headlights that spotlight these objects. SKF Industria SpA: Intelligent Stopping SKF’s Electronic Parking Brake system is an extremely convenient solution for parking brakes and emergency brakes in tractors. Diwheel Defies Gravity Students and researchers in the School of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Adelaide have developed a so-called diwheel that allows a driver to travel in a conventional upright position and, for the more adventurous, in an upside down position. Santerno: Upvalue Energy Power inverters: Efficient energy transformation through efficient TargetLink code Autoliv: Gentle Belts Seat belts tightened the AUTOSAR way at Autoliv Northrop Grumman: Turbine on Board Simulating gas turbine ship propulsion plant Lemförder: Tested and found good Testing transmission lever electronics automatically with dSPACE test automation Liebherr-Elektronik GmbH: Electrifiant Utilisation de filtres principaux actifs pour supprimer les interférences dans les systèmes électriques des avions Fusion Hybrid Energized The control software for the battery management system was developed completely using model-based design and automatic production code generation. Beating the Heat While developing a new space glider, the German Aerospace Center is investigating new heat shield technologies in their SHEFEX II program. Go for Quality The North American Electrical & Electronics System Validation group at Ford Motor Company has nearly tripled its automated testing capability. Virtual Vehicle Test Drives Since 2000, Suzuki Motor Corporation has been efficiently intensifying their use of dSPACE simulators for the safe development of electronic control units (ECUs). Big on Safety Volvo 3P relies on HIL simulation to test and verify the controllers when developing brake systems. Landing Gear Systems of the Future Researchers at the Institute for Aircraft Systems Engineering at the Technische Universität Hamburg, Germany are developing a completely new kind of actuation system for the landing gear of a regional aircraft. Behind the Scenes Formula Student is a wellknown international competition that judges not only speed but, more importantly, knowhow. AVL Raptor: Hungry for Engines AVL Raptor provides the customers of the entire AVL group with a quick, flexible way of creating and testing the control of complex engine configurations for demonstration and calibration purposes. Looking forward Thermal management in a conventional powertrain was intelligently further developed at BMW Group by adding a predictive component. Superbike Success from the Electronics Lab The BMW motorcycle motorsports team is in the fast lane. Since 2009, BMW Motorrad has been competing in the Superbike World Championship, and with success. Electric Drives Efficiently Virtualized Controlled electric drives are a key technology in numerous engineering applications. Handling so many applications calls for a high degree of flexibility, especially for servocontrollers in industrial automation. NASA’s Top Model At its Airborne Subscale Transport Aircraft Research facility, called AirSTAR for short, NASA is using an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to study flight situations that would be too dangerous and too expensive with a real aircraft. Home Run in Lab Ultra-high-speed robots are expected to open up new fields of applications. With extremely high kinematic performance and stupendous cognitive capabilities, they surpass the human processing ability and challenge the limitations of machines. Touareg Hybrid – electrified and electrifying The Volkswagen Touareg has a brand-new hybrid version. Its electric drives, power electronics, and traction battery have caused a significant rise in the complexity of the networked electronic systems. Virtual Energy Cells The BMW Group is using a dSPACE Simulator to develop functions and test ECUs for a battery management system for lithium-ion energy storage. Five in One Hybrid drives and electric vehicles are hot topics in the automobile industry right now. But what few people know is that the first electric vehicles actually hit the roads in the early 20th century. The Battery Eldorado Electric vehicles are eco-friendly, quiet and economical. However, their future depends on efficient battery technology. Talking AUTOSAR The automobile industry sees its future in the continuous development of innovative, networked in-vehicle systems. One answer to the growing complexity this will bring is to perform systematic standardization based on AUTOSAR. A Gripping Feeling The engineering company DMecS is using a dSPACE Simulator to analyze the system behavior of steering systems. This allows testing at an early stage of development, before performing test drives. Systematic Drive Safety E-Darc is a new FPGA-based drive controller being developed by control system manufacturer Ferrocontrol. Making Power Windows safe At its Mexico Technical Center, Delphi Electronics & Safety is developing new algorithms for power window functions. The goal is to provide maximum protection against power window injuries.​ All ears The ability to communicate is an elementary part of our lives. And without good hearing, communication becomes difficult if not impossible. This is why researchers continue to work on optimizing prostheses that improve hearing. New Energy - Wind and Sun Bring Independence One of the Azore Islands in mid-Atlantic: Plenty of sunshine. Constant wind. And miles away from any power grid or any filling station for diesel generators. Start der HondaJet Testeinrichtung First Flight of HondaJet Advanced Systems Do-It-Yourself Formula One Each year, for a few days in August, students from all over the world meet at the Hockenheimring in Germany to race their self-designed, self-built cars on this traditional Formula One track. Driving with no Emissions Mitsubishi’s new electric vehicle, i-MiEV, lives and breathes by its complex electronics. Mitsubishi ran rigorous tests to ensure the quality of the software, yet still managed to cut the time-to-market. Climate Under Control Volvo Technology, the center for innovation, research and development in the Volvo Group, has been continuously refining and extending its established Climate Control Module (CCM) over the years. Silence is golden Noise pollution impairs the quality of life just as much as any other form of pollution, but noise cannot always be avoided.​ Plug & Play Delphi Diesel Systems has successfully developed automated integration and feature tests for various ECUs for diesel engine management systems. Five Stars for dSPACE The demands on today’s embedded software are high. And the requirements on the development software and the testing software are just as tough. What does this mean for dSPACE products? Getting Better and Better A talk with Dr. Klaus Lamberg, Product Manager of test and experiment software, about AutomationDesk (dSPACE’s test software) and future developments in the area of testing. 25 Kilograms of Pure Energy 25 kilograms: That’s the weight of the hybrid battery in the Mercedes-Benz S-Class S 400 HYBRID, which will be launched in 2009. Virtual Bus Articulated or double-decker, lowerable, with up to four double doors and a wide range of comfort and safety systems, urban bus or tourist coach: the variations are endless. MicroAutoBox Ahoy! The Yamaha Motor Corporation, Ltd., is developing an unmanned marine vehicle (UMV) which can be used for numerous measurement and observation tasks. Jiexun - A Hybrid Hero The new ChangAn Jiexun mild hybrid car successfully rolled off the production line in December 2008 – containing a comprehensive hybrid controller strategy developed with dSPACE tools. Higher, Faster, Further The Institute for System Dynamics at the Universität Stuttgart in Germany used dSPACE tools to develop an active damping control for the manufacturer IVECO MAGIRUS Brandschutztechnik. Breathe at ease Mechanical intervention can be stressful for the patient, and to minimize the discomfort, the machine must respond to the patient’s breath initiation as early as possible. Maximum Safety Since 2000, Nord-Micro has been using TargetLink®, the production code generator, to develop cabin pressure controls for a wide range of aircraft types. E-motion Research into developing electric vehicles has progressed over the last few years. These vehicles have the potential for completely new vehicle designs, and also different riding and handling characteristics. Workbench for the Nano World A team at the Technische Universität Ilmenau in Germany has designed a very versatile positioning machine for work in the nanometer range. The machine is controlled with the aid of dSPACE hardware and software. Global HIL Strategy at General Motors In a thorough evaluation process for hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) solutions two years ago, dSPACE Simulator was chosen as the global HIL solution for General Motors. HIL in Formula One Almost all Formula One teams use hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulators from dSPACE to develop and test their electronic control units, both individually and when networked. Industry Partnerships Enrich Programs Lawrence Technological University (Southfield MI) is partnering with industry-leading companies to help define its core curriculum offerings for two graduate academic programs. EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge Goes Green For the EcoCAR Challenge the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) assigned a three-year pilot project to 200 students from various universities. Shift Gears Quickly The goal is to noticeably reduce the development time of prototypes and end products. To meet this, innovative methods for developing embedded software are necessary. Diesel meets Electric For years now, hybrid drives have been gaining ground in passenger cars. But mobile work machines, with their typical stop-and-go operation, are also ideal candidates for hybrid drives. Engine Management the AUTOSAR Way AUTOSAR is a hot topic in the development departments of automotive suppliers and OEMs. The standard is frequently accused of having too much overhead in implementing complex systems. Hunting Waves in Space With the help of dSPACE equipment, researchers at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) in the USA have set up an observatory dedicated to detecting gravitational waves. ACC in the Loop The Automotive Systems group at Hitachi, Ltd. uses dSPACE hardware-in-the-loop simulators to efficiently develop an Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) system that controls the distance to the vehicles and traffic ahead. ​ Personal Rapid Transit​ From 2009 onward, passengers will be able to travel non-stop across London Heathrow Airport in the ULTra Personal Rapid Transit (PRT). This new, environmentally friendly, and individual passenger transportation system has been developed by ATS Ltd. Smoothing Tension When paper is finished in a coating system, it can be given either a glossy surface or a smooth, matte or closed one. Coated and processed paper meets the highest standards of printing quality. ​ Turning Night into Day Heavy vehicle loads, sudden acceleration and abrupt braking maneuvers cause vehicles to tilt longitudinally. To keep the maximum amount of light on the road, the angle of the headlights has to change to compensate for vehicle movements. Tomorrow’s Engineers A hybrid bicycle that stores braking energy and then releases it to support acceleration. Anniversary of an Idea Twenty Years of Continuous Success A conversation with Dr. Herbert Hanselmann: To mark dSPACE’s 20th anniversary, the company’s founder and president describes how an idea became an internationally successful company. Brake-by-Wire Gathers Momentum Continental is currently developing brake-by-wire systems that can use a new brake technology based on a 12-V electrical system. Optimal Air-Fuel Ratio Optimal air-fuel ratio is a key challenge and keeps coming up as an open issue for the engine control community. Indestructible right from the start Construction, mining, demolition and forestry in the modern age are dynamic, increasingly complex tasks, and the heavy-duty equipment involved has a lot more intelligence inside than one would guess from the outside. Major Winnings at the DARPA Urban Challenge Eleven teams out of the original hundred made it through to the finals of the DARPA Urban Challenge 2007. Preparing Students for the Real World To equip the new generation of engineers for life in industry, universities need to give them more than just theory: Hands-on experience of state-of-the-art development technology is vital. Experience the Hybrid Drive To integrate components into a hybrid vehicle drivetrain, extensive modification to the electronic and mechanical systems is required in order to ensure the global optimization of all systems by a hybrid drive strategy. A Mach 0.8, 40,000 ft. Challenge MPC Products Corp. has developed an actuator control system that will be used by NASA to control a drive system for the Cavity Door System that covers a large cavity in the rear fuselage of a modified Boeing 747 housing a large infrared telescope. ASMs for Complete Truck Electronics Tests Swedish heavy truck and bus manufacturer Scania has set up an integration lab to perform automated testing of networked electronic control units (ECU). Doing It All With CalDesk To help the development of steering systems run as smoothly as possible, ZF Lenksysteme GmbH, Germany, has set up an environment consisting of various dSPACE tools. Making Childbirth Safer Soon obstetricians and gynecologists will be able to hone their skills outside the delivery room, trying out manipulations on a new birth simulator called BirthSIM. Systematic AUTOSAR Migration The AUTOSAR standard offers new solutions for mastering increasing complexity as the number of different technologies, functions, and most of all, variants continues to grow. Flexible Configuration A joint project between Volkswagen AG and the Professorship for Control Engineering and Mechatronics at the University of Paderborn, Germany, has developed an integrative hardware-in-the-loop system. Turbine Tweaking on Virtual Aircraft The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is taking advantage of hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation with dSPACE Simulator to develop and optimize the propulsion systems for the next generation of aircraft. Customer-Oriented Vehicle Measurements More and more, life cycle tests on vehicles and vehicle components are being moved forward to the simulation phase, rather than performing later hardware tests. Wireless Vector Control of Induction Motor The ‘Groupe de Recherche en Electrotechnique et Electronique de Nancy (GREEN)’, France, performs research in the field of electrical machines. Hybrid with dSPACE Research institutes and industry working on alternative propulsion systems are increasingly turning to dSPACE tools, which have long been used for developing conventional drives. AUTOSAR and ASAM - Current Activities Generally accepted standards are indispensable in industry. Developing and introducing them is a complex process, however – as is integrating them into existing products. BMW Group Relies on TargetLink The BMW Group evaluated the production code generators currently available on the market. Peak Performance Racing to the top with standard car parts: the MiEV Evolution II Continental: Shift Gears Quickly Infotainment HIL Simulator at Audi Car buyers nowadays can expect to find an optimum onboard functionality mix of information, entertainment, and communication, collectively known as infotainment. Test of Strength in the Sky To monitor the structural loads during flight, Airbus Germany and DMecS GmbH developed an "observer" – a parallel model of the aircraft – which was tested onboard an A340 using dSPACE equipment. Optimized CVT Hybrid A team of researchers at the Technische Universität München in Germany has developed a CVT hybrid powertrain that enables combustion engines to start up very fast. ABS Test Bench for Teaching and Research A test bench for testing anti-lock braking (ABS) and anti-slip (ASR) algorithms was developed and set up at the Institute of Automation and Control at Graz University of Technology in Austria. HIL for a Three-Wheeler Scooter Piaggio developed the three-wheeler scooter MP3 with two front wheels. The complete system of networked electronic control units (ECU) was tested by ELASIS using a dSPACE hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulator. Control of a Power-Split Hybrid-Electric SUV Ohio State University students designed and built a power-split hybrid-electric vehicle (HEV) for the Challenge-X vehicle development competition. Efficient Test Processes ZF Lenksysteme GmbH uses the requirement management tool DOORS® for drawing up software requirements and specifying ECU tests, and the test automation software AutomationDesk from dSPACE for implementing, executing, and documenting the tests. Comfort Mode for Helicopters To reduce helicopter noise and vibrations, Eurocopter Germany has developed piezoelectrically controllable flaps for the rotor blades. Snow Cat on a Hook Kässbohrer Geländefahrzeug AG has developed new winch electronics for its PistenBully 600 W. The winch enables the vehicle to rope itself down steep slopes and climb back up again. Virtual Outlander To develop the new Mitsubishi Outlander, a test system was required for the over 20 networked electronic control units (ECUs) and various electric drives. Keeping the Right Speed As a part of the European research project EASIS, DAF developed a safe speed function for trucks. It helps comply with the legal speed limit by slowing the vehicle automatically if necessary. Bentley – Simulation for Luxury Vehicles For developing and testing the new Continental GTC, Bentley Motor Cars Ltd. relies on hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) systems from dSPACE. Flexible Hydraulic Controls An experimental hydraulic test bench is currently being used for research into “Air in Hydraulic Oil”. CSEM: Europe’s New Weather Satellite The European weather satellite MetOp (Meteorological Operational Satellite) was launched from Baikonur in Kasakhstan on October 19, 2006. BMW – Highly Dynamic Test Benches Performing calibration tasks on a real test vehicle fleet can be time-intensive and expensive. BMW is able to cut its development times and costs considerably by shifting some of its calibration work to test benches. Dongfeng Automates Manual Transmission Vehicles with automated mechanical transmission (AMT) combine the comfort features of an automatic transmission with the cost advantages of a manual gearbox. Networked Tests at ZF With increased networking of vehicle electronics, optimized validation methods and processes are vital. One important quality assurance activity is to run defined, standardized tests on electronic control units (ECUs) at various stages of development. Eco-Friendly Starter-Alternator Valeo Systèmes Électriques, a member of the Valeo group, used dSPACE tools according to the standardized V-cycle to develop a reversible, belt-driven starter-alternator. The University of Adelaide: Diwheel Defies Gravity Australian Students developed an Upside Down Vehicle General Motors: Buick Regal Turbo Charged Engine Electronics engineering for the Buick Regal Turbo Charged Engine. Université de Tokyo: Un robot ultra rapide Un robot jouant au base-ball fait la démonstration parfaite de la technique du lancer et de la frappe Equipe BMW Motorrad : Le succès en Superbike L'équipe BMW Motorrad fait confiance à dSPACE pour valider la qualité des calculateurs développés entièrement par ses soins. Ohio State University : Un nouveau degré HIL dans l'EcoCAR Par cette présentation, l'équipe apporte la démonstration technique du développement continu apporté à son installation HIL. DAF : Rouler à vitesse constante Cette vidéo montre comment le système Safe-Speed fonctionne dans des conditions d'utilisation simulées. Korea Aerospace Research Institute: With or without a pilot The Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) is developing an OPV and testing its flight control system by running simulated flights in the laboratory with a test bench based on a dSPACE hardware-in-the-loop simulator. Intelligent Wedge Brake dSPACE’s FlexRay tools are used to develop the FlexRay network for the entire brake system. CalDesk for Adaptive Cruise Control For the development of Pre-Crash and Adaptive Cruise Control, DENSO CORPORATION uses an environment with several dSPACE tools. Testing Diagnostic Capability As complexity continues to explode, vehicle diagnostics are vital. Braking at Full Speed To develop the ETRAS® system on the Airbus A380, Hispano-Suiza, a SAFRAN Group company, used a dSPACE prototyping system. EDGAR - A Self-balancing Scooter A dSPACE DS1104 R&D Controller Board was used to rapid-prototype the controller prior to embedding the controller on a low-cost microcontroller target. Virtual Manual Transmission Development of a specific gear-shift feel begins right back at the definition stage, when real prototype parts are not yet available. And virtual simulations cannot provide feel. Bypassing the Heart’s Control SterlingTech, a leader in providing innovative software solutions for medical device companies, helped a client receive a U.S. patent for an impedance sensor. Golf GTI 53+1 – The Driverless Car The Golf GTI 53+1 developed by VW can drive along a known road autonomously, with no driver. The aim is to test and verify control systems such as ABS and ESP in precisely reproducible test drives. The Robot’s Net With inspiration from spiders' webs and the enormous load-bearing capacity of modern high-tech cables, future robots will use cables to get things moving in numerous application areas. Fiesta with Micro Hybrid Drive The Ford Research Center Aachen, Germany, is intensively engaged in developing operating strategies and energy management concepts for hybrid drive structures. Architectures for Safety A notable trend in automotive systems is combining stand-alone safety applications to make what are called integrated safety systems (ISS). Track Tests in Laboratory A new proof-of-concept test bench for developing and validating mechatronic chassis systems was presented at Automotive Testing Expo Europe 2006 by MTS Systems Corporation. Verifying Air Spring Systems To optimize the development times for production-level software, Continental AG is using hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulators and the ASM Vehicle Dynamics Simulation Package from dSPACE. Mechatronic Truck Seat A joint project between DaimlerChrysler Research and Technology and the company’s advanced engineering truck group developed a mechatronic truck seat system. More Torque, Less Fuel A combination of a turbocharged engine and an electric motor delivers the same power as a larger naturally aspirated engine, but consumes less fuel and cuts toxic emissions. PSA: AUTOSAR Implemented To optimize cooperation with the electronic control unit suppliers, PSA decided to make the development process for drivetrain ECUs AUTOSAR-compliant. BMW Motorrad: Maximum Tilt Developing innovative features for vehicle dynamics at the extremes requires the right tools that do not manipulate vehicle behavior. Tetra Pak: Virtual Milk in Virtual Cartons Intelligent process control software has an important job to do to continuously optimize downtimes, but developing and testing it is time-consuming and expensive. EB Automotive: Continuous Software Production The EB Automotive Software Factory is the key to success because it implements recurring work processes as a production line for software. Tongji University: No Driver Required Thanks to advances in the development of intelligent drive technology, the time is coming closer when self-driving vehicles will be a part of everyday road traffic. University of Valenciennes and Hainaut-Cambrésis: Optimized Hybrids Researchers from the University of Valenciennes and Hainaut-Cambrésis are developing new energy management algorithms to improve the fuel economy of micro and mild hybrid vehicles. JTEKT: Safe Steering Japanese steering system manufacturer JTEKT has installed an ISO-26262-compliant process and a powerful test system for ECU development. Success in series Réussite d'AUTOSAR et manière dont la chaîne d'outils dSPACE supporte ce standard Clean Air with RCP DaimlerChrysler AG in Stuttgart greatly speeded up function design for its new engine series for commercial vehicles by the systematic use of dSPACE-based rapid control prototyping (RCP) systems. Electromotor Valve Drive The Institut für Automatisierung und Informatik Wernigerode in Germany has been working with Harz University for some years now on a linear engine concept for operating gas exchange valves in combustion engines. Production Code for Distributed Controller The BMW Group has developed a new damper control for dynamic stabilization, based on a distributed controller consisting of a central electronic control unit (ECU) and satellite ECUs. Anti-Noise Flaps Eurocopter Germany is working on producing piezoelectrically controlled flaps for the rotor blades that will considerably reduce noise and vibrations. Active Chassis Control A Ford Transit Connect equipped with continuous damping control (CDC) dampers and a double pinion active steering system is being used by Ford Otosan (Turkey) for research on active chassis control. Cold-Test Bench The BMW Group has used a dSPACE Simulator to construct a virtual "cold-test bench". PARVUS - The Little Giant The trend to miniaturization that started with electronics has now reached the world of mechanical engineering, where it can also help to save on energy and materials. Machines for the precision assembly of very small parts are a typical example. Developing a Fully X-by-Wire Vehicle FlexRay is a high-speed and fault-tolerant bus system for use in automotive applications. General Motors (GM) uses a FlexRay network to control the Sequel, a fully x-by-wire fuel cell vehicle. Dynamic Models for Deutz Diesel Power Deutz AG is relying on a test system based on dSPACE Simulator to run release tests on diesel engine electronic control units (ECUs). Tula Technology Le rendement énergétique exceptionnelle que fournit Tula, contribue à un environnement plus propre, réduit la dépendance en pétrole et permet au consommateur d'effectuer des économies considérables lors du passage à la pompe. Test de collision Euro NCAP Avec la chaîne d'outils dSPACE, vous pouvez déjà effectuer des tests Euro NCAP dès les premières phases de développement du calculateur Chargement préalable des tests HIL VEOS vous permet d’effectuer, sur PC, des tests entièrement automatisés de calculateurs virtuels. Préparation des tests HIL VEOS vous permet de développer et de tester des calculateurs virtuels sur votre propre PC Calculateurs virtuels sans AUTOSAR VEOS vous permet d'utiliser des calculateurs virtuels pour tester les modules fonctionnels codés en langage C University of Queensland: Virtual Blood Vessels Patients waiting for a heart transplant often need to bridge the time until surgery. This is usually done using implantable pumps. DENSO: Process Agility Automated development and test process with TargetLink and EmbeddedTester Tula Technology: Dynamic Firing Order Imagine a combustion engine where each cylinder can be fired variably or skipped to provide the torque demanded by the driver. KATECH: Virtual Mild Hybrids Validating ECUs of hybrid drivetrains at power level SCANIA: A Moving Variety Scania has a nearly endless selection of vehicle types and modular vehicle configurations. And the generic electronic control unit (ECU) system has just as many variants. In a new test lab, Scania shows how this system can be validated with reliability. Linz University: The Bipedal Robot The University of Linz has been doing intensive research into bipedal walking for several years. Airbus: Airload Simulation on the Airbus A380 A system of movable slats and flaps enables commercial aircraft to increase the lift acting on their wings as required. New Strategy for Torque Estimators In automotive powertrain control strategies, engine torque estimators are preferred to expensive sensors for obvious economic reasons. PBR: Process for By-Wire-Brakes Renault F1: Team Wins With Step 11 The Renault F1 Team got off to a highly successful start in the current Formula One season, using a new electronic control system. TargetLink Goes Off-Road Astronomical Research in Chile Telescopes in the Atacama Desert in Chile are jointly maintained by the Astronomisches Institut at the Ruhr University in Bochum, Germany (AIRUB), and the University of Antofagasta. Nissan: RapidPro for Engine Control 2005: The Nissan Motor Corporation, Japan, used the new signal conditioning and power stage hardware RapidPro in a pilot project, as part of a fullpass rapid control prototyping (RCP) application for control of Nissan’s well-known VQ engine. Delphi: Surviving a Vehicle Rollover Delphi‘s patented WinGAMR rollover detection algorithm detects a rollover and triggers protection. Delphi used model-based design to implement WinGAMR. TargetLink from dSPACE was used for automatic production code generation. BMW: Preparing for FlexRay March 2005: To pave the way for handling the complex and safety-relevant in-vehicle data communications of the future, the BMW Group is currently making preparations for using FlexRay. Rear Wheel Drive More Sporty Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) in the United Kingdom is enjoying great success using dSPACE Prototyper to improve the handling and stability of the famous Jaguar S-Type with an electronically controlled limited slip differential (LSD). The Railway of the Future March 2005: A completely new railway system using individual RailCabs is being developed at the University of Paderborn in Germany. Active Body Control (ABC) with RapidPro DaimlerChrysler needed a signal conditioning and power driver system for function prototyping that was both compact in size and easy to install in the vehicle, and chose the new RapidPro System from dSPACE as the candidate for evaluation. Continuously Variable Transmission in Formula Racing Cars The members of Ecurie Aix, the Formula Student team at the RWTH Aachen University in Germany, have given their car an innovative continuously variable transmission. They used a MicroAutoBox from dSPACE to develop the controller for it. HIL Test Bench for BMW’s Active Steering For the BMW Group, IABG has developed a complex test bench, used to optimize functions and validate concepts for active steering systems. TargetLink: What Developers Make of It 2004: TargetLink has by now become a quasi-standard for successful and efficient production code generation. It is used in numerous companies from different industries and in a diversity of situations, including safety-critical applications. The World´s Largest Industrial Robot Draglines costing up to $100 million each are used in Australian open cut coal mines. A dragline is like a huge crane which is used to clear and shift overburden, i.e., soil and rocks, with an excavation bucket suspended from its 100-meter boom. Advanced Prototyping For many years, PSA Peugeot Citroën used a self-developed rapid control prototyping tool, partly based on dSPACE hardware, to prototype new engine control functionalities. The European Research Project BRAKE This car has a braking system whose hydraulics have been completely replaced by electromechanical components. Throughout the project, Delphi made extensive use of the TargetLink code generator. Powerful Cars Need Powerful Tests 2004: Bugatti first performed intensive validation work on the ECUs in the laboratory, using dSPACE Simulator. This allowed functions to be tested efficiently, both in individual tests and in a network, with no danger at all to driver or vehicle. Adaptivity Counts 2004: Recently, ELASIS went online with a dSPACE Simulator network to test networked electronic control units (ECUs) of new car models. This test environment stands out in terms of flexibility, and is designed for a huge variety of car models. Smooth Gear Changes with Dual Clutch 2004: During the past fifteen years, the Fiat Research Centre (CRF) has acquired considerable experience in the design, analysis, testing and validation of automatic manual transmission control applications, for cars with different kinds of motorization. Testing Intelligent Road Vehicles To facilitate the development and testing of intelligent transport systems, TNO Automotive has developed an intelligent vehicle test facility called VEHIL (vehicle hardware-in-the-loop). New Hope for Heart Patients In a joint project with MicroMed Technology, Inc., the general hospital (AKH) in Vienna has developed a controller that continuously adjusts the output of a DeBakey VAD® blood pump to the patient’s needs. AutomationDesk: Positive Feedback 2004: The latest addition to Behr-Hella’s tool chain is AutomationDesk, the dSPACE software for handling ECU tests that was launched in August last year. ESP II - The Next Generation 2003: Continental Teves has taken a major step towards supplying a completely networked chassis with global control. ESP II is a milestone in the pioneering Global Chassis Control project. TargetLink for Safety-Critical Systems 2003: The vehicles of the future will contain more and more safety-critical electronics. Developing them will be a major challenge to the industry. Audi: Dynamic and Safe 2003: Audi Dynamic Steering is a new superimposed steering system that will provide both more responsive vehicle behaviour and increased safety. DaimlerChrysler Relies on TargetLink for Engine Controls 2003: To benefit from process standardization in the powertrain development of electronic control units, the Engine Control department at DaimlerChrysler has switched to automatic code generation. Getting There Faster: TargetLink at Conti Temic 2003: Conti Temic is developing an electronic control unit (ECU) for diesel engines that will meet these demands, for use in DaimlerChrysler’s commercial vehicles. Whisper Mode for Helicopters 2003: With the help of dSPACE Prototyper, the rotor blades’ angle of attack is modified to change the air flow, cutting the resultant noise by half. Developing and Testing Prosthetic Wrist Joint Designs 2003: The use of dSPACE Prototyper has enabled a control system for this wrist simulator to be created with minimal minimum time and effort. Cool When It’s Hot 2003: To tackle the ever-increasing workload involved in developing control strategies, Behr-Hella Thermocontrol has used dSPACE tools to set up a model-based development process that will allow more efficient work in many phases. Award-Winning Seat Belt System TRW Automotive’s active seatbelt system, the Active Control Retractor (ACR), was honored with a Premier Automotive Suppliers' & OEMs’ Contributions to Excellence (PACE) Award in the European Product category on March 8, 2004. Testing Engine Control Software So BMW uses several dSPACE Simulators to test new software. The test systems have become a vital aid to putting new engine control software into operation at BMW. Heading for the Future with Steer-by-Wire Using dSPACE Prototyper meant that only a short time was required to develop all the essential functions of a steer-by-wire prototype system on a component-in-the-loop test bench and map them in a test vehicle. Testing Automatic Transmission ECUs In addition to conventional simulation technology, Honda utilized a dSPACE Simulator to develop the transmission’s electronic control unit (ECU). Using hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) technology dramatically reduced the overall development time. Utilization for Control Applications 2002: The production code generator TargetLink from dSPACE is a major component of the tool chain that Delphi has been using in a new development environment. Design of a GDI Engine Controller 2002: Magneti Marelli Powertrain is developing a model-based design methodology clearly defined by a set of successive refinement steps from a level of abstraction as high as possible down to the details needed for the final implementation. Audi Applies Service-Based Bypassing 2002: For the development of new fuel pressure control functions, Audi decided to apply the bypassing method using dSPACE Prototyper and special dSPACE routines for bypassing. Development of a Brake-by-wire System at TRW Automotive 2002: TRW is developing a new brake-by-wire system using one MicroAutoBox per wheel as an electronic control unit (wheel ECU) and an AutoBox as the main electronic control unit (main ECU). Perfecting Paper Paths 2002: A joint research project between the University of California, Berkeley, and Xerox Corporation has developed an innovative control process that detects and corrects slight timing inaccuracies. Emission Control with TargetLink 2002: Increasingly stringent vehicle exhaust laws require increasingly powerful exhaust treatment technologies. Firmware Tests with Hard Disk Simulation 2002: Fujitsu is one of the leading manufacturers of computer HDD units, building several million HDDs every month. In this business, with rapidly increasing requirements on HDD performance, the firmware of the HDD unit plays a key role. Control Development for Magnetic Driven Railway Shuttles 2002: Researchers at the University of Paderborn are developing a new railway system, known as Neue Bahntechnik Paderborn (NBP). The system takes advantage of contact-free, linear drive technology, and uses existing railway tracks. Volvo Cars: Model-Based Development Tool Chain 2002: To develop electronic control units (ECUs) for automatic transmission, Volvo Cars has for the first time used a model-based development concept to develop gearshift strategies, and interlinked the subsequent development steps. Testing of Networked Interior ECUs at Opel 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 Relativity Mission at Stanford University 2002: While Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity has been around for nearly a century, tests confirming its ideas are few and far from conclusive. C Code Reaches New Heights at Nord-Micro 2002: With TargetLink, the dSPACE production code generation software, Nord-Micro successfully generated C code for all demanding control tasks. Validation of Powertrain ECUs The first turn-key Simulator was delivered to Renault in early 2001. The good results achieved with this, together with positive experiences with the flexible dSPACE concept in other projects, prompted Renault to acquire additional dSPACE Simulators... Freight Transportation System for Outer Space 2001: The International Space Station (ISS) is creating an increasing need for freight transportation between space and Earth. Measurement systems, samples collected in experiments, and other items all need to be brought back to Earth. Honda: TargetLink a Driving Force 2001: Honda applied TargetLink to set up electric power steering (EPS), and found the generated code highly satisfies the conditions required for production code. Université technologique d'Hambourg : Voler jusqu'aux limites Plate-forme professionnelle destinée au développement des nouvelles fonctions de pilotage automatique permettant de rester dans une plage de vol fixée Test et validation du logiciel de commande d'un nanosatellite Test et validation du logiciel de commande d'un nanosatellite haute performance Des étudiants en ingénierie de l'Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) et de l'Université d'Arkansas coopèrent sur une mission BMW: Always the Right Model HIL pilot project for exchanging submodels based on FMI Honda Aircraft: First Flight in Real Time Automated avionics tests with dSPACE simulators Porsche: Dynamic Models Virtual vehicle dynamics development with simulation models Continental: Synchronously Asynchronous New ways for cost-effective mild hybrids AST: Developing Intelligent Assistants Consistent model-based development of driver assistance functions for various platforms Shanghai Jiao Tong University: Smooth and e-fficient Electric wedge clutch for smoother shifts AVL Analyzes Cylinder Pressure with MicroAutoBox Today, engines have to meet the growing demands of rigid legislation in terms of exhaust emissions and fuel consumption (CO2 emission). Toyota Motorsport Races with dSPACE To guarantee smooth, simultaneous development of ECU and vehicle, the electronic control units of Toyota’s new Formula One racing car require testing at an early stage. Active Control of Combustion Pressures Honeywell Engines and Systems recently introduced an advanced technology program to reduce emissions from the Vericor line of gas turbine engines for industrial and marine applications. New Concepts for Individual Cylinder Control 2001: When it comes to diesels, engine developers are looking for new approaches to fulfill increasing requirements on fuel consumption or emission levels. CLAAS: TargetLink Goes to the Fields 2001: The developers used TargetLink to generate the control software for the hydrostatic part of the transmission, not only considerably boosting computing speed, but also cutting the time needed by over 50% compared with handcoding. Hitachi: TargetLink for ESP Controller Development 2001: The demand for shorter development cycles increases the pressure on design engineers to come up with new products. We therefore evaluated the dSPACE production code generator, TargetLink, and its impact on the development process. Complete Powertrain Simulation at Audi 2001: “SPEA” is the first HIL simulation rig at Audi for the development and testing of distributed powertrain functions in real time. ZF Lenksysteme: Steer-by-Wire 2001: ZF Lenksysteme (ZFLS) is developing the first generation of steer-by-wire systems, planned to be available on the market in the near future. Siemens VDO: Positive Feedback 2001: VDO is one of the first companies who opted for TargetLink as their tool for automatic production code generation. Mass Measurement for Outer Space Experiments 2001: How to perform mass measurement under weightlessness or low-gravity conditions has become a vital issue for experiments in outer space. Advanced Frontlighting System at Volkswagen 2001: A major stepping stone towards significant improvements is the Advanced Frontlighting System (AFS): an adaptive headlamp system, which is currently under investigation by automotive OEMs and suppliers. Bypassing with NBD Bus at DENSO 2001: The growing need for highperformance electronic control units (ECU) increases the demand for powerful 32-bit microcontrollers containing RISC architectures. Automated Software Verification at TEMIC 2001: The complexity of functionalities offered by automotive systems is growing at an enormous speed. Total Decoupling with an Adaptive Interface 2001: In the Department of Adaptronics at the Otto-von-Guericke University in Magdeburg, Germany, an adaptive interface is being developed to decouple two mechanical systems. Nissan: TargetLink Comes off the Assembly Line 2000: Reducing vehicle emission levels has become a big issue in recent years. For example, in California, USA, the strict Partial-Zero Emission Vehicles (P-ZEV) standard was introduced. TargetLink – A Bright Idea 2000: Safety features of vehicles have been an important issue throughout recent years. Excellent visibility at night, for instance, is essential for the safety on our roads. And the winners are 2011: The final year of the EcoCar Challenge ended with an impressive show of the young engineers’ green vehicle technologies, which included extended-range, hybrid, plug-in and fuel-cell electric vehicles. A Winning Formula Formula Student has very strict rules on the safety of electrically powered race cars. GreenTeam Uni Stuttgart guarantees safety by using dSPACE technology to develop their high-speed vehicle. Simulating for Track Speed Since 2008, the Rider, Constructor and Team titles have belonged to Yamaha. The company relies on simulation techniques to continue its success. Blade Runner In Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, a science fiction story by Philip K. Dick and later the action film Blade Runner, a central question is whether autonomous, high-tech machines are capable of dreaming. Investigation of hybrid rocket motors The research group at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock investigates fundamental aspects of combustion in hybrid rocket motors, for example thrust oscillations, pressure, plume flicker and acoustical output. NASA: Controlling Combustion Instability Ultra-low-emission combustors being developed for aircraft gas turbine engines are more susceptible to combustion instabilities. Rollout at dSPACE We believe that Formula Student is the ideal way to round off a university education. For one thing, the students learn to use real technical tools to implement their projects. Going into Orbit The space industry makes extremely high demands on the development of electronic control systems. Business Development Manager Dr. Dirk Spenneberg explains how dSPACE’s satellite technology solutions will help meet these demands. ADAS Development Tool Chain: Stay safe on the roads As customer expectations rise and Euro NCAP requirements get tougher, the cost of developing advanced driver assistance systems threatens to become unmanageable. CLAAS: Controlled Harvesting Automated assistance functions for more harvesting efficiency ZF TRW: Putting Steering Systems to the Test Real-time testing at ZF TRW Steering Development Rimac Automobili: Concept_One Insights into the drive concepts of a purely electric supercar NASA: The Joined Wing Wind tunnel testing of the Joined-Wing SensorCraft vehicle Bergstrom: Ambitious Climate Goals Bergstrom aims at developing 85% of its control software virtually Ohio State University: Model-Based Winning Ohio State at EcoCAR 2 – Hybrid Power Takes First Place ISO 26262 dSPACE supporte un processus de développement compatible avec la norme ISO-26262, grâce à sa chaîne d’outils. Virtual Outlander The test system was designed as a virtual vehicle consisting of a network simulator and the Automotive Simulation Models (ASM) from dSPACE. Systèmes Stop & Start Tester la fonctionnalité Stop & Start des unités de contrôle du moteur Systèmes de contrôle d’émissions Tester les systèmes de contrôle d’émissions pour les moteurs diesel Paramétrage de modèles de moteurs Paramétrer les modèles de moteurs à combustion pour la simulation en temps réel Gestion de la batterie Développement et test des fonctions de gestion de la batterie Cas d'utilisation : Simulation d’une transmission hybride parallèle Tests des contrôleurs destinés à la gestion du moteur, de la boite de vitesses ou de la transmission dans les applications pour motopropulseur hybride. Systèmes de camions avec attelage Développement et tests des fonctions de contrôle de la dynamique du véhicule pour les systèmes de camions avec remorque Systèmes de freinage pneumatiques Développer et tester les fonctions de contrôle de freinage des camions avec remorque Direction assistée électrique (EPS) Développer et tester les fonctions de contrôle de directions assistées Reconnaissance de panneaux de signalisation Tester les fonctions ADAS reposant sur des informations objet basées sur le profil routier Moteurs à gaz Valider les calculateurs pour les moteurs à gaz stationnaires Climatisation pour les véhicules électriques Evaluation de la consommation d’énergie électrique d’un système de climatisation dans un véhicule électrique Scénarios de circulation routière Définir des scénarii de circulation complexes permettant d’analyser et de tester les algorithmes ADAS sur des calculateurs Mechanical test Mechanical test benches round off dSPACE’s test system portfolio Mitsubishi Pikes Peak La Mitsubishi MiEV EvolutionII est équipée d’une MicroAutoBox de dSPACE. Research for Tomorrow’s Aviation New development tools for the aerospace industry Sentinel-3A en orbite Troisième satellite d’observation de la Terre du programme d’environnement Copernicus lancé dans l’espace TU Wien / Siemens Pantographen The video shows how, thanks to the methods developed by TU Wien, realistic high-speed train drives can be emulated on the pantograph test bench from Siemens. Cas d'utilisation : Prototypage de microsystèmes médicaux Stratégies de commande optimisées DLR: Agile Blades A multiple-swashplate system for helicopters actively reduces noise and vibrations Mercedes-Benz R&D/MES: Electric and Safe Using modeling guidelines to validate e-drive software Hyundai MOBIS: All You Can Test Performing parallel tests on multiple driver assistance systems TU Wien/Siemens: Keeping Contact at 300 km/h Highly dynamic control of a test bench for high-speed train pantographs RWTH Aachen University: Firing up Engine Innovation In-cycle combustion control for autoigniting gasoline engines Caterpillar Energy Solutions GmbH: Top Performer Controlling high-performance gas engines for energy supply CLAAS Industrietechnik: Smooth Success Developing an infinitely variable transmission for tractors Brilliance Auto: Quick Multi-Platform Tests Setting up a flexible, automated test environment for multiple vehicle platforms DLR: Robotic Motion Interactive motion simulation of vehicle dynamics Ford: Rapid AUTOSAR Adoption AUTOSAR simulation with VEOS Prototypage rapide de lois de commande dSPACE offre une chaîne d’outils complète pour la simulation du bus dans les applications de prototypage rapide de lois de commande Simulation de bus virtuelle Tester la communication du bus avec n’importe quel matériel réel Test de calculateur virtuel dSPACE fournit une chaîne d’outils transparente permettant de tester virtuellement le calculateur, très tôt au cours du développement Ingénierie médicale Développement de contrôleurs pour les applications médicales Testing Distributed Functions The dSPACE HIL systems support comprehensive simulation of hybrid control units Developing Converter Functions dSPACE rapid control prototyping systems enable the convenient development and validation of controllers for DC/DC converters in the vehicle Testing power electronics control units dSPACE HIL systems enable powerful tests for DC/DC converters Developing and Testing Mechatronic Systems dSPACE provides test benches for evaluating complex systems in real time Developing and Validating Controller Algorithms For testing industrial drive controllers, dSPACE rapid control prototyping systems provide flexible solutions. Testing Controller Algorithms For testing control algorithms for industrial drive controls, dSPACE offers comprehensive hardware-in-the-loop systems Robotic Motion Controllers dSPACE RCP systems let you develop and validate functions for robotic motion controllers easily HIL Tests for Electric Trains dSPACE HIL systems enable you to test controllers for grid interfaces, electric drives, and power electronics Power Supply Systems dSPACE HIL systems enable you to test smart grids and distributed power generation Bosch: Power Guaranteed Rapid control prototyping for fuel-saving functions in a 48 V system Mitsubishi Electric: Developing a satellite-based autonomous vehicle control system SANY: King of the HIL Hardware-in-the-loop test of electrified dump trucks for surface mines Porsche: A Test of Character for Steering Systems Developing and fine-tuning electric steering systems with mechatronic HIL tests Cleveland State University: Smart Training Developing advanced exercise machines ZF: Handling High Numbers of Variants Efficient software development process for transmission ECUs Low Emissions with Hy-Nets Car2x communication for more efficient hybrid drives Triomphe sur la course « Pikes Peak » Les deux voitures de courses MiEV Evolution III de Mitsubishi ont pris la 1ière et la 2de place dans la catégorie « Electric Modified ». Tetsuro Aikawa, Président et Chef d’exploitation de Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC), a rendu visite à l’équipe de CLAAS – Une gestion des tests centralisée Lors de la 8ième Conférence utilisateur de dSPACE (les 15 et 16 novembre 2016), CLAAS Selbstfahrende Erntemaschinen GmbH a parlé de son processus de test et de l’introduction de SYNECT en tant qu’outil central de gestion des tests. Team Starcraft : Des systèmes électriques optimisés Développement du logiciel du contrôleur pour une voiture électrique de course participant au concours de conception Formula Student Electric. Institut Fraunhofer : Un banc de test virtuel pour les systèmes de direction L’institut Fraunhofer pour la conception de systèmes mécatroniques (IEM) de Paderborn travaille à une conception basée sur modèle d’un banc d’essais destiné au développement et aux tests de systèmes de direction. Traitement haute performance des données de capteurs MicroAutoBox Embedded SPU pour le traitement haute performance des données de divers capteurs d’environnement tels que les caméras, les radars et lidars, le positionnement GNSS et la communication sans fil Prototypage de fonctions complexes de conduite automatisée en situation de trafic réelle Prototypage de fonctions complexes de conduite automatisée en situation de trafic réelle utilisant la MicroAutoBox et la MicroAutoBox Embedded SPU Prototypage d’applications V2X à base de communication sans fil Prototypage d’applications V2X à base de communication ad hoc sans fil Tests de fonctions de conduite fortement automatisées sur des groupes de serveurs Tests de fonctions de conduite fortement automatisées sur des groupes de serveurs Diverses options pour les tests Sensor-In-the-Loop Diverses options pour les tests Sensor-In-the-Loop Système HIL en boucle ouverte pour les tests de calculateurs de traitement d’images Système HIL en boucle ouverte pour les tests de calculateurs de traitement d’images Tests HIL en boucle fermée des fonctions de conduite prédictives Tests HIL en boucle fermée des fonctions de conduite prédictives basées sur GNSS Cas d'utilisation : Pompe à carburant synchronisée avec l’angle du vilebrequin Valider les algorithmes de commande pour les pompes à carburant haute pression synchronisée avec l’angle du vilebrequin Cas d'utilisation : Des scénarios de test sur route pour la conduite automatisée Effectuer des simulations des scénarios sur route en chantier afin de tester les fonctions de conduite automatisée Cas d'utilisation : Bypass sur cible avec TargetLink Combinaison du développement de fonctions et du développement en série Cas d'utilisation : TargetLink et SYNECT TargetLink, le générateur de code de production, et SYNECT, le logiciel de gestion des données, sont faciles à combiner grâce à une extension dédiée (add-on). Cas d'utilisation : TargetLink et SystemDesk Des itérations AUTOSAR rapides et fiables avec un minimum d’intervention de l’utilisateur Cas d'utilisation : Support FMI TargetLink Exécution du code généré par TargetLink sur des simulateurs temps réel et hors ligne avec des fournisseurs tiers et dSPACE Jaguar Land Rover: Virtual Revolution Jaguar Land Rover’s motto is to create “experiences customers love, for life”. Time-correlated Data Recording with Separate Data Logging Unit Time-correlated Data Recording with Separate Data Logging Unit Test Environment for Safety-Critical Driver Assistance Systems The central management of the Euro NCAP test protocols and the provided tests in SYNECT Test Management allows for a seamless testing process. Model-based Software Development - Optimally Connect Users and Tools Consistent data management to ensure efficiency