Continuous Integration (CI) can make a big difference in software development efficiency. This webinar recording focuses on the implementation of a continuous integration workflow for model-based development (MBD). It offers some essential tips and tricks on how to prepare your production code generator and your Simulink®/TargetLink models for a continuous integration scenario.
Video: Best Practices for Using Git with TargetLink
Millions of software developers around the world use the Git open-source version control system to keep track of changes and manage their source code. Git is also supported in the dSPACE TargetLink production code generator. In this Learning Bits episode, Felix Engel, dSPACE Product Management Team Lead, and Sven Harder, dSPACE Manager – Code Generation, share best practices for using Git with TargetLink.
Developing and Testing Smart Charging Technologies
We offer complete solutions for developing and testing smart charging technologies – from charging stations and communication controllers to onboard chargers. Get an overview of typical use cases and learn how our solution portfolio helps you to meet the challenges in this area.
Video: dSPACE Model Compare – Enhanced Visualization for User-Specific Blocks
In Model Compare, the dSPACE tool for comparing all Simulink®-based models, you can easily customize the visualization for your user-specific blocks. The result: Focus on the relevant information, work with clear property names and property groups, and hide any irrelevant information. See more in our short video.
Video: Production Software Development for E-Mobility Applications with TargetLink
When developing algorithms for e-Drive control, real-time performance and flexible mapping to hardware are the foundation for successful software development. Watch this video to see how model-based development and the TargetLink production code generator can be used to quickly bring controller models from the initial simulation to integration in ISO 26262-compliant control units.
Your Choice of SCALEXIO Systems for Aerospace Applications
Both the SCALEXIO LabBox and SCALEXIO AutoBox system have been updated with a CompactPCI serial interface, so you can use them for aerospace projects with network interfaces based on ARINC 664 (AFDX®) and ARINC 429.
Early virtual validation of ECU software with PC-based simulation platforms makes it possible to design particularly efficient development processes. By supporting and integrating different modeling approaches and standards, realistic simulation environments can be implemented easily and quickly. dSPACE VEOS offers added value, for example, when frontloading tests.