Vehicles continue to get smarter and more electronically complex, which introduces challenges throughout the development process from concept to production.
Reuse test components, such as user interface elements, stimulus profiles, and simulation models, during development to boost efficiency and lower costs.
Significantly reduce development time with a flexible, future-proof, and adaptable hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) system that leverages the PXI platform.
Automotive engineers can take measurements from devices under test using the modular, flexible and powerful instruments of the NI PXI platform.
Real-world testing of the embedded control systems found in vehicles can be complex, expensive, and hazardous. HIL simulation lets engineers thoroughly and efficiently test embedded devices in a virtual environment.
Engineers must create automotive test systems that can scale to avoid obsolescence and support technology updates. This approach ensures test systems that last for decades.
Test cells combine industrial machinery with precision control and laboratory-quality measurements to replicate real-world environments.
Using NI hardware and software for FPGA-based simulation, Subaru achieved the simulation speed and model fidelity required for the verification of an electric motor ECU.
Using commercial off-the-shelf NI products, one system can perform combustion analysis and execute real-time control over each subsystem required for an LTC engine.
Captronic Systems developed an application for the online monitoring and data logging of random vibrations from automotive test components using NI's technology platform.