The Base model of the EVDP built-in Mathworks Simulink & Stateflow is the starting point for electric vehicle supervisors for common control strategies for EV applications such as core startup/shutdown, drive mode, charging, torque request, regenerative braking, and transmission control. The major components are structured as libraries, which allows for parallel model development by multiple team members.
New Eagle’s Electric Vehicle Development Platform offers common EV system component libraries with the base model that provide teams the ability to build and easily adjust the software using the Raptor quickly embedded Model-Based Design (eMBD) platform.
The EVDP is a complete overhaul of New Eagle’s EV Supervisory Template Model, a control software model that was developed over 15 years for over 100 electric drive projects. In addition to a new model architecture and configuration tools, the EVDP adds capabilities for collaboration, simulation, and rapid reuse and redeployment.
Progress is checked, and performance is verified with closed-loop simulation testing before hardware integration. The open-loop simulation feature will allow users to quickly replay recorded data through models to find and fix any issues. Plus, the models are componentized for easy setup of subsystem simulations as needed.
Current features for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) include Full-speed adaptive cruise control (ACC); Automatic emergency braking (AEB); Forward collision warning (FCW);
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