Multi-processor simulation

  • 21-Aug-2014 08:07 EDT
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dSPACE’s SCALEXIO, the company’s latest hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) technology, is now more powerful with its new extension for a multi-processor (MP) simulation platform. With the MP extension, users can connect several SCALEXIO multi-core processing units to create powerful simulation platforms for real-time computation, according to dSPACE. This makes it possible to develop embedded systems that require computationally intensive, high-fidelity simulation models to handle validation and verification tasks for the ever-growing complexity in vehicle systems. Additionally, users can create system-level or entire-vehicle-level integration testing platforms by combining existing SCALEXIO systems used for unit-level testing, thereby leveraging available infrastructure and reducing development costs. SCALEXIO processing units can also be coupled to dSPACE HIL systems based on DS1005, DS1006, and DS1007 processor boards to protect existing investments and provide computation extensibility with the latest processor technology.

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