Comme à chaque édition, plusieurs responsables produits dSPACE seront présents pour vous apporter leur vision stratégique du développement de l’offre dSPACE mais aussi partager sur les challenges et les innovations à venir. Découvrez sans plus attendre l’objet de leurs présentations !
Cloud-based validation of ADAS/AD functions
The validation of ADAS/AD functions require the application of different test methods to validate the whole application in a holistic way. Separated tools and frameworks make it hard to perform efficient validation nowadays. dSPACE proposes an integrated framework with centralized stored data to ensure efficient collaboration across distributed teams. Combining the test methods scenario-based testing and data repla testing in this framework allows back-to-back testing wit real data and synthetic scenarios generated out of this real-world data. This enhances the thrust in the test results, saves time and costs and allows further use cases like model validation.
Accelerating ADAS and AD function validation through an optimized data cycle
For Autonomous driving, Cost effective handling of collected sensor data remains a major challenge. Separate frameworks, different it-infrastructures and diverse data formats today introduce major challenges and the wrong cloud strategy could lead to an explosion of costs.
In this presentation, We will discuss the complete journey of the data , starting from data collection and storage down to validating the AD function for a specific ODD.
We will also discuss the technical building blocks, ideal workflows, and cost reduction strategies needed for an expansive data driven development process and how AI based data mining techniques for scenario extraction and data indexing could shortcut the path to valuable data segments and help save cost and time.
E-Mobility testing solutions - from signal level to full power
As the complexity and scale of electric vehicles, charging stations and renewable systems continue to increase, simulation and testing of power electronic devices have become crucial to ensure their proper operation and integration. Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) testing has been widely adopted as a powerful tool to test power electronic devices (e.g., drive controller, on-board charger, charging stations) by connecting them to a digital real-time simulator, which emulates the behavior of the real system including required communication interfaces up to dedicated protocols for charging.
However, the limitations of HIL testing have become apparent, particularly when real power stage need to be included in the test. Power Hardware-in-the-Loop (PHIL) testing, which combines the HIL setup with a physical power amplifier, has emerged as a promising extension to traditional HIL testing on signal level.