ConfigurationDeskは直感的でグラフィカルな設定および実装ツールであり、小規模なラピッドコントロールプロトタイピング(RCP)開発からSCALEXIOやMicroAutoBox IIIなどのdSPACEリアルタイムハードウェアに基づく大規模なHIL(Hardware-in-the-Loop)テストに至るまで、ビヘイビアモデルやI/Oファンクションコードの実装を含むさまざまなアプリケーションの処理に最適です。


  • ConfigurationDesk 22.1

    New features make your work easier. Please find a selection here:

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  • モデルを容易にやり取りしたり再利用したりすることが可能なConfigurationDesk

    ConfigurationDeskでは、Simulink®モデルおよびFunctional Mock-Up Units(FMU)用コンテナのプリコンパイルをサポートしています。これにより、ソースファイルなしでモデルを受け渡すことができ、知的財産の保護やモデルの容易なやり取りが可能になります。さらに、プリコンパイルしたコンテナを生成すれば、Cコードを再度生成したりコンパイルしたりせずに、異なるプロジェクトやバリアントで再利用できるため、ビルド時間の節約にもなります。

  • ConfigurationDesk 6.5

    MicroAutoBox IIIでのモーターシミュレーション


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  • FMIのワークフロー例

    ConfigurationDeskを使用して、既存のモデルにFunctional Mock-up Unit(FMU)を統合する方法に関するデモ


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Application Areas

With ConfigurationDesk, you can easily implement powerful real-time applications for HIL or RCP scenarios. It allows for connecting Simulink® models and Functional Mock-up Units (FMU/FMI) to I/O functions and bus simulation containers (BSCs), configuring the SCALEXIO hardware or MicroAutoBox III, and controlling the entire process for the generation of real-time code. You can optionally define and document external devices, such as ECUs, electrical devices, and loads, including their signal properties (descriptions, electrical properties, failure simulation settings, and the capacity of electric loads). With this input, ConfigurationDesk generates real-time applications that will be executed on the real-time systems. 


Working with ConfigurationDesk offers a wide range of benefits when developing and testing controllers or ECUs:

  • Managing the complete signal path from external device to model interface gives you a clean and clear overview of the entire application.
  • Separating the behavior model from I/O configuration lets you flexibly reuse application artifacts with high flexibility.
  • Simulating I/O with fixed values allows for testing even if the real I/O is not available yet.
  • The automatic implementation of your application on dSPACE real-time hardware covers behavior model code, I/O function code, and all relevant application-specific code.
  • An intuitive graphical display with views tailored to various use cases guides you through the RCP and HIL workflows.
  • A powerful application programming interface (API) lets you automate your workflows.
  • Various model and container formats, including Simulink and FMU support, each supported in source code or binary form, allow for timesaving modular and distributed development and collaborative work, including IP protection scenarios.
  • The use of multiple models per application lets you build large, modular applications – an essential feature especially in the context of continuous integration.
  • A model container support for Simulink implementation container (SIC), FMU, and BSC, as in dSPACE VEOS, provides a smooth transition from SIL tests to HIL tests and vice versa.
  • Comprehensive documentation options ensure traceability throughout the entire project​. 

Functionality Description
General Graphical configuration of real-time applications
Decoupling of I/O configuration and behavior model
Integration of models from various tools
Enhanced graphical user guidance through the workflow of the configuration
Supported platforms SCALEXIO systems
Interactive Simulink support Generation of ConfigurationDesk projects directly from the Simulink model
Switch from Simulink to ConfigurationDesk and vice versa in only one click
The interface of Simulink models can be changed/adapted on both sides, in Simulink and in ConfigurationDesk. The changes can be propagated to the opposite side
Start the overall build process from the Simulink model
Support of various model container formats Simulink implementation container (SIC)
  • Simulink implementation containers can be imported and compiled without requiring a MATLAB/Simulink installation (reuse for different projects or variants without having to generate the model code again).

Functional Mock-up Unit (FMU)
Bus simulation container (BSC):
IP protection of the model through compiled model containers without source code

TargetLink support Simulation of TargetLink-generated code as FMUs or SIC files
I/O configuration and documentation For the graphical definition of the complete signal chain, the model ports have to be mapped to the I/O of the real-time hardware. ConfigurationDesk offers the following configuration features:
  • I/O functions (defining and configuring the functionality of the assigned real-time hardware)
  • Model port mapping (connecting I/O function ports and model ports)
  • Model topology (describing model ports provided by all imported behavior models)
  • Hardware resource assignment (mapping I/O functions to hardware resources)

For documentation purposes, these features allow for handling an external device:

  • External device topologies (properties of ECU, plant, and load pins)
  • Device port mapping (connections between the ECU, plant, and load pins and the signal ports of an I/O function)
  • Export and import as Microsoft® Excel® file with pin information for external wiring harnesses
  • Microsoft® Excel® file with pin information for external wiring harnesses
Bus simulation Support of configuring and implementing CAN, LIN, Ethernet, and FlexRay
Real-time code generation Complete and automatic build process of all components of your real-time application

  • SCALEXIO 製品情報, PDF, 日本語, 16418 KB
  • ConfigurationDesk 製品情報, PDF, 日本語, 643 KB
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