The automotive industry is facing a profound transformation: New functions such as autonomous driving lead to a continuous increase in the complexity of vehicles and the dynamics of development.
One solution to face the according challenges for automotive testing is the use of Connected Mixed Reality (CMR). This involves test environments consisting of real and simulated components. The CMR approach combines the strengths of classic HiL systems with the advantages of virtualization solutions.
Modern CMR environments are characterized by the following features:
Modularization and standardization of all test components (models, ECU setups, environmental simulations)
Dynamic configuration of test setups consisting of real ECUs and virtual components
Real-time operation from the cloud with real ECUs
Common integrated operation of best-in-class solutions
Support of interface standards
Middleware for coupling best-in-class components
The combination of CMR environments with Continuous Integration Systems will allow test cycles to be shortened to an unprecedented extent. An automated triggered test during the check-in of a component will be possible. This contribution presents the current status of the CMR approach in MicroNova’s NovaCarts platform. The focus will be on experiences with the introduction of real-time operation in mixed cloud environments.
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