The automotive industry is characterized by a very widely distributed development. Companies from the supply industry in North Rhine-Westphalia are increasingly assuming the role of system integrator in this development network, as the product complexity means that it is no longer possible to develop all system components in-house. This applies above all to innovative vehicle concepts in electromobility, which can only be efficiently implemented through the creative combination of solution elements and the rapid establishment of the necessary supply chains.
The development quality for the integrated system must be ensured through an extensive process landscape. Development processes and standards to ensure functional safety (including ISO26262) have a very high priority and cost share, especially in the field of electromobility. The introduction of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) enables the holistic system development of complex mechatronic products and offers the potential for more effective quality assurance.
The aim of the project is to build a modular electromobility platform that, in the sense of a hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) and software-in-the-loop (SiL) platform in the development process of Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), is used for validation and verification supported by software and hardware components for electromobility. For this purpose, the platform consists of a drive train with motor, battery and power electronics and a control unit structure. The configuration, test management and data acquisition of the system as well as the provision of the test stimuli are integrated into the tool chain of the MBSE.
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