Drivetrain Control

Higher customer requirements regarding driving performance and stricter legislation on emissions standards and fuel economy are resulting in increasingly complex drivetrain architectures, including electrification, and require the continuous further development of functionalities and their calibration as well as completely new developments. We support our customers in model-based function development and calibration, flanked by process-optimisation and process-automation methods and tools that we have developed.

 

Model-Based Development of ECU Functions

  • Complete development process from functional design and series code generation through to measurement and calibration
  • Development of pre-defined functional models
  • Precalibration and calibration of ECU functions

 

Model-Based Calibration

  • Development of calibration methods
  • Map optimisation with maximum level of automation
  • Development of calibration tools

 

Methods/Tools

  • GUI-based configuration of measuring equipment, sensors, actuators
  • Variable Data Sampling, freely designable limit monitoring, event-controlled testing plan, automatic reporting
  • Graphical evaluation and representation of complex data
  • Infinitely variable filter functions for all plot types according to the number of data channels
  • TDVA

 

b.automized Test Stand Automation

  • Optimisation of testing processes
  • Creation of generic software for test automation for component and system test stands

 

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