Seamless Automotive testing technology from real-time virtual testing to physical testing.
Virtual testing enables efficient and safe design and testing of mechanical components and vehicle control systems. Allows virtual testing throughout the entire development process, from design to verification and validation.
RT Dynamic
  • Vehicle components library
  • Modular principle of model building
  • Parametric mathematical models of the vehicle components
3D Environment
  • High quality scene visualization
  • Customizable library of scene objects, road signs, lane markings, vehicles, bicyclists and pedestrians
  • Simulation maneuver scenario creation using 3D scene redactor.
  • High quality and detailed configurable driver model
  • Integration with ASAM openSCENARIO and openDRIVE standards
Battery Testing System
Hybrid technology is an integration of virtual and physical testing in which a model of the environment and vehicle dynamics is combined with the control system of the test bench and the test object.
The given testbed is designed to run two major test types: electrical and mechanical. The test rig enables simulating vehicle movement along the user-specified route with emulating power loading on the battery: charging/discharging cycles, transition processes, emergency mode etc. 
The HIL simulator runs a vehicle model that drives on a virtual track, and the data is sent to the hexapod.
Vehicle systems testing
  • Chassis control systems: electronic stabilization systems (ABS, ASR, ESC), active roll compensation system, active trim control system, etc.
  • Steering systems: power steering, rear wheel steering, superposition steering, etc.
  • Full vehicle simulation to check the interaction of all ECUs, subsystems and units.
Testing of unmanned vehicles
  • Recognition of virtual environment objects: traffic markings, traffic signs, objects, simultaneous localization and map building (SLAM), etc.
  • Comfort functions: adaptive cruise control (ACC), traffic jam assistant, electronic parking assistant, etc.
  • Safety systems: Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB), Front Collision Warning System (FCW), Lane Keep Assist, Blind Spot Monitoring, etc.
Testing of electric vehicles
  • Modeling of power consumption of vehicles with internal combustion engines, hybrid or electric power units
  • Development, optimization and testing of control systems for hybrid power units