Compliance with FMI ensures that models created in various modeling tools can be exported as real-time-capable Functional Mock-up Units (FMUs) and that these FMUs can readily be integrated in SCALEXIO-based HIL projects. In such projects, FMUs can be integrated together with other FMUs, virtual ECUs (V-ECUs), and Simulink® models. The user workflow for importing and connecting FMUs to other model interfaces and to HIL I/O interfaces is identical for all supported model types. Variable and parameter access during simulation is supported by ControlDesk, AutomationDesk and XIL API.
This SCALEXIO-based hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) project demonstrates how Functional Mock-up Units (FMUs) from different vendors and Simulink models based on dSPACE Automotive Simulation Models (ASMs) can be integrated to generate real-time-capable simulation applications for executing HIL tests of real ECUs. A related VEOS project demonstrates the consistent reuse of project data in the dSPACE tool chain.Demonstration Video: Integrating Functional Mock-up Units for HIL Simulation
This use case example demonstrates how Functional Mock-up Units (FMUs) from different vendors can be integrated to form one simulation application for hardware-in-the-loop simulation with dSPACE SCALEXIO. Other dSPACE software that is used includes Automotive Simulation Models (ASM), ControlDesk, ConfigurationDesk, and MotionDesk.
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