Modern driver assistance functions are being impacted by the increasing number of electrified and mechatronic test objects, which place new demands on the controls and dynamics of test benches. To ensure the quality of your final product despite this increased complexity, we develop customized component test benches. Our solutions enable you to test your targets safely, inexpensively and realistically, enabling you to reliably identify weak points.
In order to make reliable statements about the feasibility of the test bench dynamics during the design phase, we use our simulation tool TACsi (Test bench Automation and Control simulation) prior to a model-based system design. Using physical and data-based modeling, we simulate the closed-loop operation of the configured test bench, so you can verify the selected drive and measuring components at an early stage.
Ever increasing variants and always limited budgets require intelligent testing strategies. For example, for the verification and validation of steering systems, we provide you with a test bench for all common EPS (Electronic Power Steering) available and utilize our automation framework, TACware®. This provides, in addition to the basic automation of test bench operations and highly effective controls strategies, the functionality for automated test sequences and appropriate interfaces for "Test Object in the loop" operation.
The competition is getting sharper: development times are shorter, the demands on end products are rising – all with growing pressure to reduce costs. The testing process must be completed in less time and ensured to be of the highest test accuracy. Traditional test bench concepts cannot handle these new requirements. We offer combined test systems – component test benches and HiL infrastructures, which enable the testing of both mechanical components and ECUs in parallel – that increase test process efficiency. You can rely on our experience in system integration.