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Model Based Design

It is a mathematical and visual method of addressing problems associated with designing complex control. Model-based design is to define plant models with advanced functional characteristics using continuous-time and discrete-time building blocks, rather than using complex structures and extensive software code.

In Present automotive Complex software demands development methodologies that save time and ensure reliability, in such cases Model Based verification and Validation will can be the best choice.

Model-Based approach is used across a wide-variety of industries and applications, including motion control, signal processing, industrial equipment, aerospace, and automotive applications

Model-Based Engineering (MBE) refers to the application of models to support the entire system lifecycle where Simulink bridges the gap between requirements and architectural choices and detailed design, implementation, and testing of all components.

Modelling and simulation are valuable for testing conditions that are difficult to reproduce especially were hardware intervention is there especially in design Iterating between modelling and simulation can improve the quality of the system and software as well. You can automatically generate code from a model and, when software and hardware implementation requirements are included, create test benches for system verification

With virtual models, you can simulate your systems early in development and then cross check again and again.

Physical models, hardware-in-the-loop testing and rapid prototyping form the basis of validation. Identify and correct errors continuously by integrating testing with design Reduce Expenses and Waste.

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S2 Technology GmbH - Expert Engineers with E-Mobility Passion

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