September 5th, 2016 by Mahdieh Mehrabi
Complete vehicle system simulation
Claytex has been featured in the LCV2016 Show Preview Issue of the Energy Engineering Magazine.
Using physical modelling tools to simulate the complete vehicle leads to a better understanding of the system behaviour enabling system level optimisation.
As the complexity of today’s vehicles increases due to hybridisation, more advanced driver assistance systems and many other active systems it becomes increasingly important to be able to simulate how these interact from an early stage in the development process. Using simulation from the start of the project enables design decisions to be influenced and optimal system solutions to be found. Read more
The full issue of the magazine can be accessed via: Energy Engineering Magazine, LCV2016 Show Preview Issue
Claytex will exhibit and present at the LCV2016.
On our stand, we will be showcasing how rFpro and Dymola can be used to support the development of ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) and autonomous cars. We will have a driving simulator that uses a Dymola vehicle model and rFpro demonstrating this capability.
Presentation – Seminar Session: Digital Engineering, Modelling and Simulation
‘Virtual Testing for Modern Vehicle Development’ – 14th September – 15:30 – Seminar Dome
For more information on our activities during the LCV 2016 event please visit: Claytex @ LCV2016
If you have any questions or for more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.