Following the first part of this blog series (Integrated Development Framework for ROS based Autonomous Vehicles using Autoware (Part I) – Claytex) where we covered aspects of our development framework, this post will cover our use of CARLA and AUTOWARE.AI. The overall goal of this work was to develop...
In this blog post, I write about a project we supported over the past couple of years involving Buildings thermal management systems modelling with NTU – Nottingham Trent University, UK. In summary: We’re looking to improve the energy efficiency of buildings thermal management, primarily to meet targets on CO2...
The Department for Transport’s Office for Science will be supporting 23 research and innovation projects through the 2020 Transport-Technology Research and Innovation Grants Programme (T-TRIG). This programme, delivered by the Connected Places Catapult, is now in its seventh year and since 2014 has provided £6m of grants to support...
When developing a model, I often simulate and analyse the same experiments repeatedly. When you are doing this over and over it can become really tedious to create the same plots from scratch every time. Also, when you are sharing your Dymola experiments with colleagues, it can be difficult...
A model that does not run is very frustrating. Troubleshooting non-model related Dymola failures can sometimes be difficult. If the model code itself is valid, then a separate issue is causing failure. In this post I will outline some typical issues we have seen through support questions here at...
Before getting involved in advanced ways of modelling we need to make sure the basics are in place. The better we set out the class in the first place, the easier our lives will be later on in the modelling. I have written blog posts in this area in...
Claytex Lidar models for different hardware devices with high accuracy created using weather conditions such as air temperature, humidity and rainfall from a dedicated weather station on-site.
There are several libraries that provide elemental components such as common multibody joints, mathematical blocks, functions and electrical components. These, in my opinion, can be one of the most useful types of libraries in any application. This is because they are not designed for any particular application; they are...
We are excited to announce the commencement of a new opportunity for the public to be actively involved in shaping the future of automated vehicles (AVs). As part of the Innovate-UK and CCAV funded D-Risk project, all members of the public can share their opinions of how automated vehicles...
If you haven’t experienced the benefits of using the correct tool for the job or the tremendous impact targeted training can have to rapidly increase your knowledge and exploitation of the software, a phrase that is often heard is that “software and training are expensive”. In my view, that...
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