Energy Management for New Powertrain Concepts
and 48V Electrical Systems
For automated and real-time capable test of ADAS control unit functions the simulation environment DYNA4 provides a new method of physical sensor simulation. Cost-effective standard PC computers with graphics cards can be used to perform the simulations.
Achieving efficient energy management for the entire Audi vehicle fleet is a cross-department challenge. Many of the questions relating to analysis and optimization can only be answered with the use of simulation.
Together with the Departments of Automotive Engineering and Internal Combustion Engines at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), TESIS DYNAware has launched the sim2gether research and development project.