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Infotainment and Multimedia System Design, Simulation, and Testing

Accelerate the development of infotainment and multimedia systems to provide a seamless user experience

Infotainment systems provide the driver with information about the vehicle and allow access to various vehicle settings. State-of-the-art infotainment systems with features such as audio and video, and noise-canceling, heavily impact a buyer's decision to buy the car.

Real-time simulation enables you to design the user experience (UX) of your vehicle user interface and test the implementation. Design and test instrument clusters, the logic for human-machine interfaces (HMI), or controls for advanced audio processing. Rapidly prototype and test logic designs and closed-loop controls on real-time target computers without being constrained by embedded controllers. Run your vehicle's digital twins on real-time target hardware for automated testing, enabling you to find design flaws faster and save valuable time while iterating.

“The Speedgoat real-time target machine was selected because of its widespread use in the hearing instruments industry."

 

"I am impressed by the relatively short time required to convert the MATLAB® code into a running real-time implementation."

Prof. Dr. - Ing. Rainer Martin, ICanHear Coordinator 

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Featured Application Use Cases

Human-Machine Interfaces

The human-machine interface (HMI) is a crucial component of modern infotainment and multimedia systems and a vital factor in the vehicle's overall user experience (UX). Leverage Stateflow® to efficiently design control logic or create user-interfaces using MATLAB App Designer. Iterate through your design while being connected to the vehicle's networks or simulate your vehicle to systematically validate your production-level HMI.

 

Frequently Used I/O Interfaces

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Active Noise Cancelling

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Noise-canceling systems reduce the perceived noise level significantly for both external noise (road or wind noise) or internal noise sources (from the engine or HVAC system such as air-conditioning). They allow for more enjoyable and safe driving. Validate and verify audio signal processing control designs such as adaptive noise canceling using state-of-the-art DSP techniques, including real-time adaptive filtering.

⮕ Learn more about audio simulation, control and testing

 

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Instrument Clusters

Use hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation of your virtual vehicle to test your instrument clusters. Validate whether display components such as the speedometer, the rev counter, or the fuel gauge work correctly and similarly important whether warning messages or the status of assistant systems are properly displayed. Connect the instrument cluster to a Speedgoat target machine running a virtual vehicle and interface with it using analog and digital signals as well as standard communication protocols such as CAN, CAN-FD, FlexRay, or Automotive Ethernet. This workflow allows you to test instrument clusters in real-time in a holistic manner, without needing access to the vehicle prototype.

 

Frequently Used I/O Interfaces

 

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Real-Time Simulation and Testing

See how it works, learn more about Rapid Control Prototyping and Hardware-in-the-Loop simulation,
to design control designs and test controller hardware.


 

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