SAE 2014 Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress
Technical Session Schedule
Thursday, October 9
Model Based Design - Part 1 of 2
(Session Code: CV407)
Room 45 9:00 a.m.
To manage design complexity and deliver innovations while reducing development time and improving quality, companies are turning to math-based models and a process known as Model-Based Design. Engineers use an executable specification to iterate through design concepts for the system and/or embedded controls using simulation. The specification then serves as the basis for model-based early verification, in-the-loop testing, and production code generation.
Organizers - Wensi Jin, MathWorks Inc.
|New Model-Based Paradigm: Developing Embedded Software to the Functional Safety Standards, as ISO 26262, ISO 25119 and ISO 13849 through an efficient automation of Sw Development Life-Cycle
Demetrio Cortese, CNH Industrial - IVECO
|| ORAL ONLY
|PERSIST – Integration of a Modular Software Architecture and Agile Development Methods
Automotive control software continues to become more complex, especially for powertrain applications. Due to these requirements, extensive testing and documentation along with quick and efficient development are required at the same time. FEV responds to these challenges by integrating architecture and automated verification and validation efficient development. The architecture breaks down the software and reduces complexity while making it testable and reusable. The verification and validation with continuous integration includes a “nightly build” with automated testing over the entire software lifecycle. This simulated software delivery allows for accurate daily project status updates with a high degree of automation.
Tom Tasky, FEV North America, Inc.
|Comparison of Different Approaches for Temperature Analysis in an Automotive HVAC System
Gurunathan Varun Kumar, Meer Reshma Sheerin, Vedachalam Saravana Prabu, Kallikadan Jean, Chaitanya Rajguru, Murugesan Dinesh, KPIT Technologies Ltd.; Andrew Croft, Jaguar Land Rover Ltd.
|Feature Addition or Enhancement by using Model Based Design
Amrut A. Patki, Navistar Inc.
Planned by Electrical and Electronics Group / Commercial Vehicle Activity