Functional ECU testing

  • 05-Apr-2010 08:48 EDT

Offering flexibility, accuracy, and a small size/form factor, PROVEtech:µHiL from MBTech provides functional testing of electronic control units (ECUs). The system brings real-time hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) testing together with a compact and modular design. Based on preconfigured plug-in solutions, the essential features for an HiL test system, such as fault simulation, signal conditioning, and I/O hardware, are integrated. The cost-effective PROVEtech:µHiL is a reusable test system that offers shorter time to market as well as a possibility to test the large number of ECU variants with one test system. PROVEtech:µHiL also provides a flexible test system for HiL applications not only in the test labs but directly at the developer’s desk. A member of the PROVEtech family of products, the system integrates with other members of the family.

HTML for Linking to Page
Page URL
Rate It
2.67 Avg. Rating

Read More Articles On

Euro NCAP will establish a separate category for autonomous vehicles, but there is not likely to be one for cars that are claimed to protect all occupants from serious injury or death.
Motion sickness in autonomous vehicles is the new "elephant in the room," with engineers suffering during autonomous-driving simulator runs. Researchers are working to solve this nasty issue.
Range anxiety is not just affecting EV drivers on the road; it is also a significant hurdle for Formula E teams on the track. U.K. simulator specialist rFpro says its technology can help.
CEO John Krafcik told the Automobili-D audience in Detroit that Waymo is building its own hardware suite with a fully top-to-bottom, full-stack approach. The classic auto industry vertical integration includes all vision sensors, radars and LiDAR, along with related “AI compute” artificial-intelligence platform.

Related Items

Training / Education
Technical Paper / Journal Article