Lucas Bruck, Principal Research Engineer, McMaster University | LinkedIn
Francisco Collado Sevilla, Staff Vehicle Modeling Engineer, Rivian | LinkedIn
Peter Gibbons, Technical Director Vehicle Dynamics, Multimatic | LinkedIn
Claudio Annicchiarico, CEO, Meccanica 42 | LinkedIn
Anish Anthony, Vice President Product Management, Concurrent Real-Time | LinkedIn
Alessandro Baldari, EMEA HiL Sales Manager, VI-grade | LinkedIn
Today’s vehicle is a highly complex system incorporating a dizzying array of electronics, software and sensors required to accommodate and enable the vast range of complex, advanced functions drivers expect as ‘standard’ features in today’s cars.
The fact that many of these subsystems aren’t developed by the vehicle manufacturer dramatically adds to this complexity since suppliers often deliver their subsystems to the OEM as a “black box” to protect their intellectual property. So how can OEMs and suppliers synchronize their efforts when each is at a different point in the development process?
In this free webinar, a panel of industry HiL experts discuss how to synchronize development between the OEM and supplier by employing Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) testing, where the real component is integrated into a real-time simulated environment.
Key topics and takeaways:
- Learn how automakers are testing the functionality of HiL components within their development process
- Understand how the use of HiL solutions coupled with a driving simulator can help synchronize different development stages of components, always representing the latest development status
- Discover how the same real-time tool stack for different simulation activities (SiL, MiL HiL, on-Sim, on-vehicle test) can be used to enable and accelerate the modern automotive vehicle development process from an HiL perspective