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Join Now – Live Event Series by ICAT ASPIRE and MathWorks on Electric Vehicles Simulation and Validation

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As an engineer working on the electrification of vehicles:

  • Have you ever wondered if it would be possible to simulate a whole electric vehicle and analyze design using vehicle architecture in a single environment?
  • Wondered how you could estimate motor parameters and tune gains for the FOC algorithm in hardware?
  • How to test your battery management and motor control software without hardware?
  • How could you front load the verification and validation of your algorithm and design?

If any of the above questions have puzzled you, you should consider participating in the complimentary virtual live event series brought to you by ICAT – ASPIRE and MathWorks starting Sept 7th. You can register for free.

ASPIRE (Automotive Solutions Portal for Industry, Research & Education) is a technology platform that will facilitate the Indian auto industry (including OEMs, Tier 1 Tier 2 & Tier 3 companies), R&D institutions and academia (colleges & universities) to come together for technology development, shop floor/ quality/ warranty issues’ resolution, expert opinions etc. on issues involving technology advancements. This is developed by International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT). MathWorks, a mathematical computing company, creators of MATLAB and Simulink has been heavily invested in helping companies accelerate their electrification journeys through their tools, training and experts.

In this 5-part “Vehicle Electrification” live event series you will learn:

Requirements to Vehicle Architecture: Translate and refine requirements into vehicle system architectures with components ready for simulation and implementation using Model-Based Design in Simulink

Architecture to component simulation: Battery System Design & Development: Build detailed battery cell and pack models, develop battery management system (BMS) model, and implement it on embedded hardware

Architecture to component simulation: Motor & Controller Design and Development: Build accurate motor model, interactively design, and implement motor control algorithms

Control Design Verification and Validation: Leverage Model-Based Design for streamlining software development and verification process and meet industry standards like ISO26262

Rapid prototyping and HIL validation: Seamlessly re-use the system models for rapid prototyping to test and tune new control algorithms and hardware-in-the-loop validation to de-risk the integration testing of various components of the vehicle

Speakers include Saugata Pal (Advisor, ICAT), Devesh Pareek (Manager, Electrical Electronics Lab, ICAT) together with client-facing engineers from MathWorks, Speedgoat and partners. Saugata will share details on the ASPIRE platform and how this could be leveraged by the automotive community. Devesh will talk about the testing and validation of electric vehicles.

You can register for free here. There is also a by-invite-only hands-on workshop at the end of the series.

Why should you attend? Who should attend?

  • EV engineers including Powertrain engineers from startups, OEMs, Tier 1 suppliers – 2-3 wheelers, Cars – SUVs and commercial trucks and buses looking to fast-track their architecture to deployment cycle
  • Managers/Senior Managers/Founders who are looking at developing teams, upskill teams and looking to find the right platforms/ecosystems to accelerate their product development and testing
  • Function Developers, HIL Test Engineers
  • Embedded Software Developers, Electrical-Electronics Teams
  • Software Quality Assurance and Verification Teams
  • Professionals/Students looking at upskilling themselves
  • Academicians looking at incorporating electrification in their curriculums

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Nitisha Dubey

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