Real time testing accelerates innovation of automotive electrification, from electric powertrains and power management systems to high-voltage DC battery chargers. Furthermore, thorough HIL testing is crucial to de-risk integration testing of electric propulsion and battery management systems.
In this one-hour webinar, presented by MathWorks and ICAT ASPIRE, you will learn how to:
- Perform rapid prototyping to test and tune new powertrain controls and power management strategies designed with Simulink
- Create real-time digital twins of electric vehicles
- Run power electronics and electric motors on real-time CPUs or FPGAs
- Connect real-time models to ECUs with Speedgoat IO protocols or to electrical components with power amplifiers
- Perform HIL testing of power management systems and of battery chargers
About the Presenters
Manuel Fedou, Senior Application Engineer, Speedgoat
Manuel Fedou is a senior application engineer for electrification at Speedgoat, Switzerland. Prior to joining Speedgoat in 2016, Manuel worked as application engineer for MathWorks in Germany and as automation project manager for Turck in Switzerland. He received a M. Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Supélec, France, an M.Sc. degree in Mechanical engineer from TUM in Germany. As electrification engineer at Speedgoat, Manuel is responsible for the areas of power systems, power electronics, motor control and battery management systems.
Naresh Vijayaraghavan, Senior Design and Application Engineer, Trident Infosol Pvt Ltd
Naresh Vijayaraghavan comes with techno-commercial insights into real-time simulation and testing. With a bachelors in automobile engineering, he worked with Renault-Nissan Technology and Business Centre India Pvt Ltd for 4 years before doing MBA in industrial engineering in Germany. Having worked in customer support domain at IPG Automotive GmbH for close to an year, he is currently associated with Trident Infosol taking care of activities related to business development/pre-sales of products and solutions offered by Speedgoat GmbH. V-model based development of powertrain control, Hardware-in-Loop simulation, 3D visualization for ADAS, test bench setup for motor and battery control come under his areas of interests.