See behind the curtain.
Simulations offer the opportunity to get an insight into the behaviour of a system which is still at the stage of development. The knowledge thus gained put you in the position to evaluate your topology draft at an early stage. If you have the need for a change or adjustment, you can easily make it and evaluate again by re-simulation runs. In this way you will get to the validation of your topology.
We simulate your draft.
We perform the simulation for your specific topology or your topology draft. Therefore, we begin with collecting information that applies to your networked system. These include, for example, the type of the topology, the components, the parameter configuration and the influences and stimuli that affect your topology.
Based on this information, we create a virtual prototype of your topology and determine the first analysis criteria. A special attention is given to the information which is already known to be critical for the physical layer of a network.
The measurements that are made during the simulation will be evaluated after the simulation. This review will be done based on the specification of the physical layer as well as the specific requirements set by you, which last but not least reflect the needs of future users.
Reduce development time and increase safety.
By performing simulations, you can speed up your development process and thus reduce your costs. A significant aspect speaking for simulations is the ability to discover critical issues in your topology draft early. Thereby you minimize the risks in the system that will build your topology.
- Fast: Because of the simply possible parameter variation, the design, the optimization and the validation of the entire system is simplified and accelerated
- Safe: A mutual influence of the individual network components can be tested quickly and easily.
- Effortless: Signals that are difficult or impossible to recognize in a measurement of conventional prototypes can be demonstrated and analysed easily.
- Cross-border: Simulations allow the formulation of design rules for a network, taking requirements such as topology limitations and tolerances of electronic components into account, and thus allow boarder case studies. It is possible to recognize trends beyond tolerance limits.
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Technical developments in recent years have created a large number of ground-breaking innovations in the automotive sector. Today’s vehicles should become safer and more comfortable. Most of the technical improvements are linked to the use of networked electronic components. This development implies the use of stable bus systems that ensure a reliable data flow. The physical network layer forms the basis for a robust bus system.
However, the physical layer of vehicle networks doesn’t describe an ideal logic behaviour. Rather the analogue behaviour of the physical layer with all the parasitic effects must be considered. The dependencies between analogue components are the biggest challenge in networked design.
To detect them analytically is not very easy so that making a prediction about the behaviour is difficult. Founded statements about the system behaviour can only be made on the basis of metrological tests and/or simulations. Simulations offer the advantage that environmental factors such as different temperature ranges or scattering parameters can be included in the study. In addition, simulations enable the performance of system reviews already at an early stage of development.
For many years we deal with the issue simulations and are a competent partner in this area. Have a look at our offers.
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Publication of Control Engineering
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Presentation at 2017 JSAE Annual Congress (Spring) in Yokohama, May 24-26, 2017
On Wednesday, May 24th, 2017, our employee Patrick Isensee
Open Day for Students on the 27th of April 2017
On this year's Open Day for students, we were also able to let two students get into our company.