In this free webinar, FEV‘s Daniel Guse presents cost and time-saving potentials that can be raised by establishing virtual calibration in the context of the necessary technical and methodological advancement of powertrain and vehicle development processes.
Key topics and takeaways:
- Exemplary direct and indirect cost and time-saving potentials gained in powertrain and/or vehicle development projects by the implementation of FEV’s virtual calibration methods
- Hardware specific targets to successfully establish XiL test scenarios on dynamic test benches
- Minimal functional and physically-based structure of the major relevant real-time simulation models to successfully perform calibration and testing tasks from various work scopes
- Presentation of FEV’s physically based approach to objectively evaluate and categorize the longitudinal drivability capabilities of conventional as well as autonomous vehicle concepts
- Correlation of test results for various calibration and testing tasks between on-road testing with real vehicles and different XiL test bench concepts