We share our aim to reduce development time and re-usability of systems with our clients. Technological development tools move further into the segregation of abstraction layers, developing functional models to translate these into ECU code. Common practice is to test system functionality by replacing the product with physical mathematical (plant) models before the first prototypes are built into the vehicles.
BRACE provides several approaches to model based design, making use of the common development tools like Matlab, Simulink, AmeSim, testing them on MiL, SiL and HiL benches and generate code for production control systems. Typical issues that can be found along the way in excessive processor load, memory usage or problems in converting continuous domain to time-step domain can be identified and solved early in the process due to our experience and multi-disciplinary view.
BRACE automotive engineers are “passionate about technology”. We develop and engineer automotive systems and components for OEM vehicle manufacturers, 1st and 2nd Tier suppliers and other niche organizations. Our main disciplines are organized in vehicle systems, embedded controls and software, mechanical design and development, and specific competence clusters.
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