The recent advancement of ADAS/AD technology is placing new challenges to developing robust software calibrations. As the lines of software code continue to increase exponentially, companies are being challenged with the ability to tune the software and are even more to pursue this with the multitude of environmental scenarios that could potentially affect the performance of the control software.
Managing conflicting calibration requirements and attributes through physical validation and testing is no longer sustainable. Frontloading and automating controller calibration and virtual verification is a cost and time-efficient approach to reduce on-road testing and calibration.
Model-based development, including virtual verification, is a critical success factor in reducing on-road testing and calibration.
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Hyundai Motor Company and Simcenter engineers researched the possibility of saving development time and cost by implementing a more automated performance optimization process using state-of-the-art simulation capabilities. Together, they executed a project where they virtually tested, validated, and calibrated an HEV main controller using a real-time, closed-loop, model-based system simulation.
Using hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) test platforms, Hyundai was able to accurately capture fuel economy and drivability simultaneously. This approach allows for quick evaluation when designing hybrid control unit algorithms and defining calibration values to achieve a better starting point for physical prototyping.
Global Business Development Manager - MBSE Control
Ammon has 30+ years of engineering experience in new product development in Automotive, Transportation, Medical Devices, Aerospace and Defense. Works with Systems Engineering, Embedded Software and Controls. BSME, MSEE, Professional Certificate Systems Engineering