Model-based development tool

  • 13-Mar-2017 06:23 EDT
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UniPhi from SimuQuest, Inc. (Ann Arbor, MI) is an intelligent power tool that frees up time for innovation by automating error-prone manual tasks in the design and development of vehicle control systems and software. Users can rapidly architect the control system and logic for any type of vehicle control, whether an autonomous vehicle, an engine or a power window or seat. With a single button press, users can automatically generate a "simulatable" model of the system with test vectors, control system and plant model. According to SimuQuest, UniPhi’s intelligence guarantees consistent data and architecture with real-time validation preventing interface errors. There is no more waterfall-type process: a new, completely flexible process is enabled that embraces change and innovation throughout development. Visit Booth 4500 at SAE WCX17.

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